RSSArchive for August, 2013

Aug

30

for surgery patients: during the period while the incision is healing, a very simple recommendation to reduce infection is to wear brand new underwear, socks, and shoes… the formaldehyde in the new clothing kills organisms and retards growth on your skin

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Aug

29

an edited poem: “The Love of God” ….. come back tomorrow for important medical advice

The Love of God Because He refused to give high priest undue due, an officer of the court struck Him flat with hand out of the blue Jesus did not turn the other cheek but asked the man why, as He never did not speak evil nor did He keep secrets in teaching people who […]

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Aug

28

enjoyed writing this sequel to ‘Endoplasmic Reticulum’

Swine Herders of Gergesenes: “ pigs be gone, all dem, ye whole herd went crazy mon we no stop dem try may. ran dey down to water, drown fisher’s boat dock deze shores, burly blokes dese fisher Jews …blue i’ de gills dey stumble out, ye know deze coofs jig pigs mon de one, dey […]

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Aug

26

The season has ended but poemsofpaul.com continues…. today’s contemplation: “forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us.”

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Aug

25

The Endoplasmic Reticulum

The Endoplasmic Reticulum Sitting quite close to the nucleus this view of a protein folding device so intricate in design it can’t all be seen on a Scanning E. Scope at the same time… Pauling postulated pleated sheets, parallel or anti parallel, cis or trans, of planar hydrogen sharing, partial double bonds between nitrogen and […]

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Aug

22

the redwoods are the tallest trees (Hyperion, 380′)…. the largest living thing is the giant sequoia, (General Sherman) but age of the olive tree is greater. The significance of this is the act that the olive tree is uniquely prepared to defend itself against disease and predators.

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Aug

21

The Child and Big Bird (read Jesus Wept and the Love of God out of the archves)

The Child and Big Bird The most erroneous stories are those we think we know best – and therefore never scrutinize or question. -Stephen Jay Gould, paleontologist, biologist, author 1941-2002 a small boy A small boy enters, his father’s voice inside stately dome echoes roar of dinosaur, “Well!…. look at this.” He tightens grip on […]

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Aug

21

change of pace this time…..Napolean

Napoleon It’s the one with secrets that lies in the tomb of Napoleon (not Napoleon, not there at Invalides in that cavernous mausoleum). Facing the age old Sphinx upon his horse he thinks of his imprint on time and his climb what needs he to live and to breathe…but to be remembered… like the many […]

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Aug

18

satan, the taker

satan, the taker Luke 10:18 Imagine satan himself as just a subtle serpent tempting Eve with diluted and distorted, perverted truth and crooked reason: why would she die this day with knowledge such as gods of good and evil or in this season…who were these gods? Why should he convey her certain innocence would be […]

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Aug

14

Continuing this idea on the origin of life… a local and national favorite, “Carl Sagan”

Carl Sagan to Stephen Hawking To make a universe from scratch you need first a taste for apple pie, a turkey for to baste, Thanksgiving fixings one and all, the art of cooking, the lull of stomachs full along with thankful hearts and children playing. Staring into the sky’s vast void at night a massive […]

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