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  • MedRookie

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    April 11, 2015 at 5:02 pm
    QuickSelver, post: 392, member: 45 wrote:
    Is Google making us stupid?
    As long as the person challenges themselves and doesn’t directly go to google I personally think its not making us any more stupid.

    I hope people continue doing so because right the other day in the library, I saw people searching up the questions on a survey asking them to
    rate things on a scale of 1 to 5. I mean you don’t need to Google survey questions especially rating ones as the purpose is to get your opinion
    on it not what Google or the web community thinks.

    Feline, post: 393, member: 0 wrote:
    How about Plasmin as a test subject?

    Haha! Why not! :D

    QuickSelver, post: 394, member: 45 wrote:
    In medical school now we’re told that we dont have time for books. They consume too much time and contain too much information thats not needed. For example take some Organic Chemistry books they are 400+ pages, all that material can be covered in 100 power point slides.

    I think the books could be shortened further due to the advances in technology and research, but books can’t be left out completely. If there wasn’t a need for them, they wouldn’t still be required on the curriculum. The world is still at a conflict on transitioning from paper to a flat screen.

    QuickSelver, post: 394, member: 45 wrote:
    I think [USER=45]Plasmin[/USER] would be a great test subject =D

    :rolleyes: I think another medical student would be a great one as well.

    Plasmin, post: 395, member: 0 wrote:
    Hahaha I’ll be happy to help! ๐Ÿ˜Ž

    Ooo, so we have a challenger to Nelson Dellis ready to go down in the history books like the amazing Shereshevsky. :D
    Salute your spirit! :thumbsup:

    Check this article out when there’s time guys.