-Lehninger’s Principles of Biochemistry (5th ed) by David Nelson and Michael Cox
1. At least once every day I shall look steadily up at the sky and
remember that I, a consciousness with a conscience, am on a planet traveling in space with wonderfully mysterious things above me and about me.
2. Instead of the accustomed idea of a mindless and endless volutionary
change to which we can neither add nor subtract, I shall suppose the universe guided by an Intelligence which, as Aristotle said of Greek drama, requires a beginning, a middle and an end. I think this will save me from the cynicism expressed by Bertrand Russell before his death, when he said: “There is darkness without and when I die there will be darkness within. There is no splendor, no vastness anywhere, only triviality for a moment, and then nothing.”
3. I shall not fall into the falsehood that this day, or any day, is merely another ambiguous and plodding twenty-four hours, but rather a unique event ﬁlled, if I so wish, with worthy potentialities. I shall not be fool enough to suppose that trouble and pain are wholly evil parentheses in my existence but just as likely ladders to be climbed toward moral and spiritual manhood.
4. I shall not turn my life into a thin straight line which prefers abstractions to reality. I shall know what I am doing when I abstract, which of course I shall often have to do.
5. I shall not demean my own uniqueness by envy of others. I shall stop boring into myself to discover what psychological or social categories I might belong to. Mostly I shall simply forget about myself and do my work.
6. I shall open my eyes and ears. Once every day I shall simply stare at a tree, a ﬂower, a cloud, or a person. I shall not then be concerned at all to ask what they are but simply be glad that they are. I shall joyfully allow them the mystery of what [C. S.] Lewis calls their “divine, magical, terrifying and ecstatic” existence.
7. I shall sometimes look back at the freshness of vision I had in childhood and try, at least for a little while, to be, in the words of Lewis Carroll, the “child of the pure unclouded brow, and dreaming eyes of wonder.”
8. I shall follow Darwin’s advice and turn frequently to imaginative things such as good literature and good music, preferably, as Lewis suggests, an old book and timeless music.
9. I shall not allow the devilish onrush of this century to usurp all my energies but will instead, as Charles Williams suggested, “fulﬁll the moment as the moment.” I shall try to live well just now because
the only time that exists is just now.
10. If for nothing more than the sake of a change of view, I shall assume my ancestry to be from the heavens rather than from the caves.
11. Even if I turn out to be wrong, I shall bet my life in the assumption that this world is not idiotic, neither run by an absentee landlord, but that today, this very day, some stroke is being added to the cosmic canvas that in due course I shall understand with joy as a stroke made by the architect who calls Himself Alpha and Omega.
- John Piper, When I Don’t Desire God
“Fructose bisphosphatase-1 converts fructose 1,6-bisphosphate to fructose 6-phosphate in gluconeogenesis, and phosphorylase a phosphatase removes phosphoryl groups from phosphoserine in phosphorylated glycogen phosphorylase. Whew!”
- Lehninger’s Principles of Biochemistry (5th ed) by David Nelson and Michael Cox
1. Which of the following statements is/are INCORRECT?
A. This is a sentence.
B. This is not a sentence.
C. This statement is true.
D. Both A and B
2. Which of the following statements is/are INCORRECT?
A. There are four choices for the question above.
B. This statement does not correspond to option B.
C. You are unable to read this.
D. Both B and C
"Don’t believe a word of it!" said Doge at once. "Not a word, Harry! Let nothing tarnish your memories of Albus Dumbledore!"
Harry looked into Doge’s earnest, pained face and felt, not reasured, but frustrated. Did Doge really think it was that easy, Harry could simply choose not to believe? Didn’t Doge understand Harry’s need to be sure, to know everything?
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"Brachioradialis is a major exception to the rule that
(1) the radial nerve supplies only extensor muscles and
(2) that all flexors lie in the anterior (flexor) compartment.”
- Moore, Keith, et al., Clinically Oriented Anatomy (6th ed.)
"The Rhomboids retract and rotate the scapula."
-Moore, et al., Clinically Oriented Anatomy (6th ed.)
* “Arm” = upper extremity in layman’s terms
"The internal pudendal veins accompany the internal pudendal arteries and join to form a single vein that enters the internal iliac vein. These veins drain blood from the external genitalia or pudendum (L. pudere, to be ashamed).” -Moore, Keith, et al., Clinically Oriented Anatomy (6th ed)
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