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I found an inspiration in a flower
A delicate and lacy little thing.
I came upon it in a waning hour
Beside a blue and crystal spring.
It turned my thoughts from cares of day
To nature's sweet and healing song,
And as I onward went my way,
The flower's image came along.
---by Robert Scott Cathey, in a 1931 Grant High School Year Book, Portland, Oregon
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The greatest minds, as they are capable of the highest excellencies, are open likewise to the greatest aberrations; and those who travel very slowly may yet make far greater progress, provided they keep always to the straight road, than those who, while they run, forsake it.
Rene Descartes, Discourse on the method of Rightly Conducting the Reason, and Seeking the Truth in the Sciences

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Our Showcase this month is:
  • On The Cause of Birth and Its Relation to Cancer RegressionA paper with referrences on the relationship between pregnancy trophoblasts and cancers of all types, in either sex, and the mechanisms for birth and how pancreatic enzymes and other enzymes play a role in their destruction, thus for causing both birth and cancer remissions and regressions. (
  • Past Showcases

  • WHY AMYLASE IS ESSENTIAL IN CANCER THERAPYA pictorial tutorial on the rationale for using abundant amylase in most cancers being treated by immuno-enzyme therapy. (
  • Cancer or Cancers? Letter to the Editor, California Medicine, 65(5):261-62, November, 1946, ([loaded 97.08.16]
  • The above paper represents another addition to the Ernst Krebs and John Beard Memorial Research Resource (updated 7 Sept), a new index aiming to be a comprehensive listing of papers, monographs, letters and related material on the trophoblastic nature of cancer and it's metabolic treatment. From the research of the John Beard Memorial Foundation, associates, and independent research. Updated 29 August(

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  • Biostasy: The Possibility of Chemical Suspended Animation. A new theory by L. Hartford Van Dyke, Jr. (
  • Biology Course Outlines
  • Biochemistry Course Outlines

  • Jagadis Chandra Bose

    Some people are impossible to categorize. Jagadis Chandra Bose is one such individual. A scholar and intellect of the highest calibre, his accomplishments in both physics and biology are so impressive that we feel he deserves his own category. Bose' experiments with plants showed they are marvelously animate and sensitive and predated similar work by Backster, Vogel and others by 70 years. He is also credited with preempting Marconi in radio, and the development of the semiconductor 60 years before Mott's accomplishments, who credited Bose generously. The following links should be of interest to all readers.

  • The Work of Jagadis Chandra Bose:100 Years of mm-Wave Research A Paper by D.T. Emerson of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory delivered before the International Microwave Symposium in Denver, CO, June 8-13, 1997. A fascinating paper. Illustrated. (
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