Abstract Views: A Partial

Abstract: As shown in Parker, Weiss, et al[1]; Franklin, Rodman[2]; and, Ribbit, Ribbit and Hopp[3], liver function values, many of which were found in a discarded nylon stocking, can be mapped against elapsed time measured in drams and plotted logarithmically to form a straight line with a slope of delta-G over the number of times […]

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Facts about Psychiatry

Early psychoanalysts charged very little for their couch sessions; they made most of their money checking for loose change between the cushions after the patient left. ♣ The vast majority of people with mental health problems are no more likely to be violent than any other American… which makes them VERY likely to be violent. […]

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Covid and Vaccine Myths

Garlic can Cure Covid: It is true that garlic can keep you from getting covid if you eat enough of it that no one will want to get close to you; however, the only thing garlic has ever cured is a bland marinara sauce. ♦ Wearing a Face-Mask will Push the Covid Virus into Your […]

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Taste: Bad and Otherwise

There are five taste components: Salty, sweet, bitter, sour and umami. Umami was added recently because, without it, food scientists would have to concede that most Japanese food doesn’t taste like food. ֍ The tongue’s taste buds can detect millions of different combinations of flavors. Not bad for something that does most of its work […]

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Terse Llama Gives Medical Advice

Dear Terse Llama, I had a nightmare about a penguin dying on a hot sidewalk in August although it might’ve been a dalmatian or maybe a tablecloth… I’m not an ornithologist. How do I turn this nightmare into a recurring nightmare? It was a little disturbing but I feel that dreaming about penguins will take […]

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