Thursday, October 30, 2008

Articles of Interest

The Good Death points us toward a great article from "Scientific American" that discusses consciousness after death.

Voodoo Medicine Man gives us pointers on "How to Know You're in the Wrong ER".

Sallysue, a new nurse-blogger at Sallysue's Soapbox, is singing the "Night Shift Blues"

Leo Levy at DNR/DNI gives us all his trademark, reality check with his post, "Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down".

Last and definitely NOT least... It's been waaaay too long since I last visited Pallimed's Arts & Humanities section. Very stupid on my part (I'm subscribing to the site as I write this). Here are just a couple tidbits to entice you to visit: "Postmortem Photography - A Lost Art?" and a great post featuring artist "Laurie Lipton".

The article about postmortem photography completely jogged my memory about an adventure that I need to write about. Yay!
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1 comment:

Buddha said...

Fascinating post!
As a Buddhist I don't believe in life and death. Life and death are just two different experiences of the same consciousness.
I wrote a post about that "row, row, row your boat" you might find it interesting.
Keep up the good work!