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October 29, 2008 in Brain, LDS, Medicine, Mental Illness, mind, Mormon, Neurology, psychiatry, psychology, Spirituality | Tags: anatomy, art, baby, bizarre, blogs, carnivals, cognition, crying, death, Depression, Disability, doctoring, dying, futility, God, government, grieving, healing, healthcare, hope, humor, ICU, idolatry, intelligence, IQ, medical ethics, memory, parents, physical exam, politics, pride, religion, restraints, rights, science fiction, sculpture, self control, shadow, socialism, truth | 1 comment
And we’re back, time once again for a run down of the very best, most interesting, most educational, most inspiring, and most bizarre stuff I’ve been able to pick up here and there wandering the internet between actual work. This time I have the anatomy of hope, the anatomy of gummi bears, heady philosophy from the likes of Descartes and Barth, the link between marshmallows and intelligence, sculpting shadows and lots more. So have a seat and enjoy the very best of that my meanderings of the ethernet led to- Read the rest of this entry »