Taken my pulse and it’s higher than 0 bpm, so I’m fairly sure of the diagnosis. I’m going to start posting here, as much as I can. Call it a New Years resolution. I’ve been reluctant to post, since I’ve got it into my head that every post needs to be like a short story… Read More I’m alive
‘One of the things I’ve learned about people is that they’re unbelievably interesting. If you get someone to sit down and you move past the superficial, which you can actully do quite rapidly, they’ll tell you all sorts of things, that only they know, that are unbelievably enlightening. Things about their own peculiar problems, about… Read More Jordan Peterson: Ordinary people
Does it count as daily since I only made one post? Probably not, but I planned for it to be daily. In fact, that was kind of the idea behind this entire site, for it to be centred around the daily med school blog. The funny thing is, the only post I ever made was… Read More What happened to the daily med school blog?
I’m at university now, it still seems a little surreal. I gutted my room at home of almost all my posters, and now my new room feels almost exactly the same as my old one. I had to be at the med school at 8am this morning. Fantastic start to term, but I’m not allowed… Read More Med School Daily #1: So it begins.
Hurtling away from us, further and further into the depths of the deep black of the cosmos, the two Voyager spacecraft missions have a much longer time scale than the conventional NASA project. Launched in 1977, the Voyager 1 and 2 spacecrafts have been continuously transmitting information as they explored the cosmos, and more recently,… Read More The Voyager spacecrafts and the legacy of the human race