Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Medical Screening

This time of the year many people have medical check-ups as the battle wages on for Health Care Insurance in a world of broken souls ...

My daughter Zsia's medical plan offers a futurist body-type scan where everything is diagnosed as you lay here, way beyond current scans. She said the results are unbelievable and walked away knowing nothing was wrong with her. Let's check out this new tech...

These ER Docs Invented a Real Star Trek Tricorder   NBC - May 9, 2017
he original 1960s Star Trek series took place in a universe of the future with personal communicators, holograms, and the technology to send humans beyond our solar system. In many ways that future is here. We have smartphones, virtual reality, space travel - and now the tricorder. In the show, the tricorder was a handheld medical device that could scan a patient, read his or her vital signs, and diagnose problems in minutes. A working prototype invented by a Philadelphia-based emergency room physician Basil Harris may not look like the ones used by Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy and Commander Beverly Crusher throughout the sci-fi series, but it's advanced enough to offer a medical diagnosis in minutes and anyone can use it.

May 9, 2017

National Teacher Appreciation Day also known as
National Teacher Day, is observed on the Tuesday of the first full week in May.
This day is part of Teacher Appreciation Week the first full week in May of each year.

We are all students and teachers forever on a quest for answers
From the simple things in our lives to those that challenge humanity.

Does anybody remember sitting at a desk like this in school?

I loved the glass inkwell that is missing from this picture. I remember fountain pens ... and yes using a quill pen in another lifetime. Today these desks are collectibles that we take out and dust off like memories from another timeline. Computers are so much more fun and faster. Indeed ... I like when time and tech speed up our journey through the looking glass (monitor).