Category Archives: Medicine and literature

Genetics and Humanity’s Future

I’ve known for a few years now that my future career lies in the health care world. While I’ve switched my interest between different lines of health care work (from medicine, to a brief and crazy thought about ophthalmology, to my present journey into the world of teeth, aka dentistry), I’m certain it’s the field […] Continue reading

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Perowne’s Decision: Causality and Consequences

Put yourself in Henry Perowne’s shoes. Your beloved car is hit by a man who failed to look before pulling out.  This man is legally at fault for the accident, but argues to the contrary.  He attempts to extort $750.00 from you as recompense for damages.  When you refuse to pay up, he settles for […] Continue reading

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