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Robin reads: Angels & Demons, Twisted, the undomestic goddess, colors insulting to nature

Robin Reads in the New Year. I finally do have some nonfiction coming up on my reading list. Angels & Demons by Dan Brown I enjoyed this one much better than the DaVinci Code, although reading these two so closely together I did see a formula. Here is the formula for those who might wonder: Famous symbologist/professor Robert Langdon receives a phone call from some ...

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anemia update

well, I just had my first post hospital blood test (4 weeks), and my blood is still low, but not as low. I have to keep on doing what I’m doing and at my next visit on the 23rd, they will test again. If I remember correctly, I was at 4 on the HGB when I was admitted to the hospital, I am now up ...

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and in other news

..and in other news I finished the creativity interview for a fellow Grad student’s research into creativity. whew. that was alot of questions to answers. I felt like I kind answered the same question over and over and over; well, that’s research. The second part of the research process is that I have to take the Torrence test of creativity. I think I may have ...

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Holiday travels

Well, I realize that I never wrote about my holiday travels, probably because I was so exhausted afterwards. It’s kind of a bummer, I was feeling much better (most of my green had gone away, leaving a pale sheen that would be the envy of any Goth girl), but during the course of travelling, the green is back (but not quite as bad…) I really ...

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On, DaVinci and the relationship between art and science

I don’t remember at which point I became so interested in DaVinci. To be honest, artwork wise, I am a much bigger fan of Bottecelli, Titan, Klimt, than DaVinci but I find the DaVinci’s application of mathematical (logic) principles to art very interesting. Perhaps, it is because I have always felt so divided between the world of science/math and art. Once I started taking calculus ...

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