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  • MedRookie

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    April 24, 2015 at 6:33 am
    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 [USER=45]Plasmin[/USER] would be a great test subject =D

    Yea. True. All that information can be congested into a 100 power point slides.

    I’m glad that you agree about Plasmin. ^-^

    Plasmin, post: 395, member: 0 wrote:
    Hahaha I’ll be happy to help! 😎

    Thanks Plasmin! I will be waiting to hear about your fame, after your successful in your experiment.

    rosequartz, post: 396, member: 0 wrote:
    Haha! Why not! :D

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

    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:

    Thanks for agreeing, Rose!

    If your talking about, who I think your talking about then, maybe they aren’t that perfect as a candidate. Because, they didn’t volunteer.

    I salute it too!

    Rose, think about how amazing history will be then!