I never see poop. Not even mine.
Everyone tells me that that’s not normal, specially because I am stuying clinical laboratory science, but it is just not something I want to see.
But finally, eight semester came and I just HAD to see and smell other people’s poop.
And I might just get used to it, because I have to do it again on monday.
And here is my lab partner, the poop, and me… with a very accurate face expressing my feelings:
Browse works by Mark Twain, Joseph Conrad and other famous authors here.
Classic Bookshelf: This site has put classic novels online, from Charles Dickens to Charlotte Bronte.
The Online Books Page: The University of Pennsylvania hosts…
Nothing makes me happier than free books.
When I was in high school I had a biology teacher who told us that the sky was blue because the ocean was blue.
Needless to say, teenager me (being the nerd I
was am) was shocked and told her (in a very respectful way) that it had nothing to do with the water in the sea, but with the atmosphere and sunlight. I actually googled the answer in the middle of class and proved her wrong infront of everyone… Which was a pretty stupid thing to do. She hated me ever since.
And that’s why you never correct your teachers in public. Not even when they state the moon doesn’t spin on its own axis. True Story.
I really need to learn how to read with music in my earphones… Grandma’s soap opera is getting really interesting.
Mexican scientists found a recently deceased conjoined grey whale calves. The specimen, which measures 2.1 m, was discovered in Laguna Ojo de Liebre, near Baja California, and it’s now being analysed. This may be the first documented discovery of conjoined grey whales.
Read more: http://bit.ly/1a74Oqf via io9
Images: Jesus Gomez and Farah Castillo
Assisting a Doctor at University might not be as fancy as you think. I’ve been typing chemistry tests all day long.