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Saturday, October 12, 2013
Os is back after a short (?!) break.
This is what studying genetics does to you. It’s tough to imagine what’s going on and funny if you think of the possible conversations between various cells inside your body; and within the cell, too. So, guess what did the polysome tell the nucleus? Polly wants a cracker! Lol ;)
Until next time, don’t cry over spilt milk. It probably carried mad cow disease.
- Aniruddha Agarwal at 12:22 AM
Saturday, September 14, 2013
Now there is a huge confusion here.
I have always wondered, when eventually, somewhere down the line (maybe decades from now), when I am finally able to start my own clinic, should I call it retina detachment center or retina attachment center?
I think that's a fundamental challenge in opening up one's own setup. I asked an orthopaedician friend who told me that he would prefer to call his fracture center rather than plaster center. That solves his problem.
Os will be back next time, meanwhile clean the streptococci on your screen.
- Aniruddha Agarwal at 12:00 AM
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Personally, I think bad handwriting is something in the genes, one can't really help it. Sometime ago, (in fact long time ago) I read something about (the fact that I can't remember as much means it was really a long time ago) bad handwriting being linked to one of the Freudian defense mechanisms (deprivation during some weird sexual stage). Any one has any idea about it?
Ha! I would love to trick a smart guy with this visual acuity chart once for fun, honestly. I wonder if someone has actually done it ever. More some other time, bye bye for now!
- Aniruddha Agarwal at 12:08 AM