What do you think was the catalyst for your career in medicine?
A loss of faith, a love for science. You can read the whole story here. That catalyst has been sustained by the ever-growing-in-detail philosophy that I’ve read, assimilated and personally developed over the years.
Your blog is beyond amazing, I really can’t express how much I love it!
What do you know about FFI? & have you ever come across someone with it?
All I know is A.) it’s really really really rare, and as such only a handful of researchers in the world have had any interactions with it, and B.) it’s a spontaneous, hereditary prion disease which means if you have it your genes hate you. But for those of you who haven’t hear about Fatal Familial Insomnia it’s a prion disease that manifests as chronic insomnia leading to hallucinations and kookiness before they ultimately die.
im a crystal methamphetamine addict. I enjoy injecting very large doses of the drug simply for its aftereffects. I know how it effects the brain and long-term effects on the body. but I continue the abuse while documenting my usage and experiences.
Exercise eat healthy keep your bp under control die of something else :p
BP is never a problem with me; the pressure of my blood is on the low side, even when I’m super stressed out. If Cor Pulmonale is my fate then I must practice Nietzsche’s amor fati and joyfully suffer it. Or something like that. I don’t know.