1. a link is in the diagnostic weight given to "mentals" in homeopathic prescription.
2. including the dreaded lurgi, though not addressing love.
3. But they never meant that. They rejected Mame's dot-blots paper!
4. from the Botany building, south east across the road and across the quad. Did I mention, Bruce's lab is in the Zoology department.
Professor AbouHaidar was working on a viral assay, a biotinylated Southern dot-blot.
It works like this: you take a virus, which in this case was a DNA potato virus,
and you "digest it", splitting each bit of viral DNA into two single
complementary strands. Then you divide this digest into two parts. At this point
the two parts are (statistically) identical. Take one half of this now single
stranded DNA and call it the "target". Take the other half and call
it the "probe".
6. In Homeopathy substances are diluted beyond the infinitesimal till there's no substance left, which is what is meant by "ultradilution".
7. That's 10 to the minus 50 where ten to the minus 30 is like a drop in the ocean, and 10to the minus 37 is like a drop in a million oceans. At 10 to the minus26 we pass "Avagadro's number [which relates to the number of molecules in a "gram molecule"] and would no longer expect to find a single molecule in a gram.
8. in one experiment MAME labeled the target DNA that they would dilute with radioactive phosphorus (P32), and indeed the substance disappears.
9. because Pomeranz name was on the controversial Benvineste ultradilution antigen paper.
10. Lunching yesterday with Lory Berger, my friend (and accountant) with a deep history in stand-up, I asked if he concurred (Milligan as the father of British zane.
11. Lory loved the "bit".
12. At Findhorn, they say, they built them a cairn, and then asked them to leave the barn.
13. "anthropomorphizing": though that word implies that they aren't in fact doing the whatever.
14. A neighbour may have intervened.
15. A Thai Forest Thervadian Buddhist near Perth, near Ottawa
16. if the Tisarina occurrence was spiders.
17. If he can do it, I can do it.
18. plastic wood
19. I've found I can't start a painting when medicated, but not infrequently I "edit" them, work on them.
21. Teresa, back then was pulling away from me, and me from her, and she was infatuated with a petty guru: IP we called him (Intense Paul), so I went out seeking Claudia Moore, the dancer, that one Sunday morning
22. was it heads, or tails?
23. the Gonstead system of chiropractic
24. the first cervical vertebra, also called the "atlas") when it goes out of place (we chiropractors say, "subluxes".)
25. Abayam Sarva Budhebyo