One of his recent posts explains that he is busy.
Unfortunately he doesn't spend all his time on the Panu website. He has a job outside that website and other responsibilities. He has a considerable number of posts on his site, I know I've read some of them several times and still glean new information from them on those multiple readings.
Well the question hasn't been closed yet, so I'll provide some information. First, I know that Dr. H has posted a few times recently in the comments section of Free the Animal. So he appears to be alive and well. Second, @David Csonka and others, you don't actually need the membership to post on the PaNu forum, you just need it to post comments to the blog entries.
I'm guessing that it's a bummer for KGH not to have time to blog, but that's how it is sometimes. I can imagine what it's like: you start a blog, you get people who are really interested in what you're doing and you enjoy interacting with them, but after a while five comments turns into a hundred comments, and then before you know it you're completely swamped with people asking you questions and looking for advice. You've created a monster! I think we just have to let it be, wish him well, and continue to learn from what's on the site already. Guessing others would agree with me on this one.
I think it might bare noting, Csonka was just asking if he was alright. I did not see anyway that he was specifically complaining about lack of posts. Curiosity is normal.
reading the question i was reminded of one passage from the "zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance":
"At the end of the hour he finally asked,
May questions about Aristotle's rhetoric be asked?''If you have read the material,'' he was told. He noticed in the eye of the Professor of Philosophy the same set he had seen the first day of registration. He took warning from it that he had better read the material very thoroughly, and did so."
it wouldn't be an overstatement to say that there is already a lot of "material" on the Panu site - and i wonder what else, aside from some deep and profound technicalities, can be said: if one is able to grasp the "12 steps" and act according to them - that's 'practically' all what they need
He recently commented on Stephan's post about potatoes: "One of the reasons I have been blogging less lately is I have been distracted by several non-nutritional topics".
I completely agree on "let the man have his life", but also though about him just now in a "what would Dr. Harris do?" way after reading Dr. Davis' post about butter not being good for you, which reminded me of PaNu's promised (back in March: "Which will bring us round to butter. Next Post.") but never delivered post on butter. That's about the time when Dr. Harris went mostly offline, since I discovered him at least.