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SJ, Internet

I think we just survived the worst two weeks of May, ever: it had been raining for so long, that everybody and their cats were either longing for sun or snow. It’s bad when you get hit with a lot … Continue reading

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The last weeks were absurd so to say: first of all, my wife suffered from a (sort of) ear-infection which made her feel out of balance. This was also the week where we were exposed to the lows of the … Continue reading

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Same old. Same old.

This week, the New England Journal of Medicine reported about a small success in the fight against (skin) cancer: An Oregon man diagnosed with skin cancer, was injected with a couple of billion of cloned T-cells of his own and … Continue reading

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Around the news

According to the Dutch online news site Nu.NL, Flemish kids (as in “Dutch-speaking Belgians”1) are the worst bullies in Europe (Dutch language-alert). The original article (at the Belgian paper ‘De Morgen’) quotes a survey done by the British Council. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Earlier this week, the most story was the one about that lawyer with that extreme form of TB. I think it’s sufficient to just link to Google: most likely you’ve already read about how the CDC (initially) and US border … Continue reading

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The trends

Alfons linked to a PDF that contains the musical score of Ives’ ‘The Unanswered Question’. I can’t link to it right from here (I get a dreaded message saying something about “This is the second IMSLP image server”) but it … Continue reading

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