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Apr 16 '14
I loved this too much

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Apr 16 '14

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Apr 16 '14
embryonicbaby:

I’d prefer the deafening tones of silence then to be with people.

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I’d prefer the deafening tones of silence then to be with people.

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Apr 16 '14

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Apr 15 '14
Jabba the Hut is not pleased by these antics

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Apr 15 '14

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Apr 15 '14

Are Focused Sound Waves Medicine’s Next Big Thing?

txchnologist:

by Michael Keller

The pictures on the left above show a patient with a benign bone tumor called an osteoid osteoma. The images on the right show the patient after doctors treated the tumor with focused ultrasound, a therapy that delivers high frequency sound waves inside the body without surgery.

Advocates for the technology say it is proving to be a useful and cost-effective treatment for a number of afflictions, from various cancers to neurological diseases.

“Focused ultrasound is increasingly being considered a game-changing technology,” said Kim Butts Pauly, a Stanford University professor of radiology. 

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Apr 15 '14
I can sympathize with Ken Kesey who once said that he stopped writing because he was tired of being a seismograph—an instrument that measures rumblings from a great distance. He said he wanted to be a lightning rod.

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Apr 15 '14

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Apr 15 '14
iloveoldmagazines:

Orange Coast
Apr 1982

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Orange Coast

Apr 1982

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