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Thread: Tackling the corrections

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24-May-10, 18:07
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posted about 9 years ago
Just remind yourself that we have a big gap in Ozone Layer and the Ultra Violets are much stronger now. Almost 25% of all cancers in UK are sun related.

Thread: undertaking it from home

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24-May-10, 17:49
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I can work from home without correcting my posture. I can work in any position like lying down, sitting in awkward positions and even whilst having my food. There are certain protocols you have to follow at school. I think if you are regular at university then it would be a little easier for you to graduate successfully. I have seen people who were lecturer's assistants all the times, bringing em food, solving their student's problems etc... graduated with little trouble. If you are funded then working at university is the best option if your prior objective is graduation rather than learning. This traveling and working pattern will also become your habit and help you later in life. I work from home 4 days a week and my habit is developed and is such like that sometimes I feel 'I have become unemployable'

Thread: The most frightening species of health professional?

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22-May-10, 18:13
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My ex-partner cut the tendon in her little finger and that was near the top end. Although it was damaged but she could do everything what is needed. They did 4 operations and repaired the tendon. Believe me, she cannot even bend that finger anymore and is like a swan neck. The consultant left the job to two trainee doctors(becoming specialists) who needed experience. We even rescued our dad in 1999 undergoing a kidney removal procedure due to cancer. We found out that the kidney was in perfect form a few years later. Thanks to my cousin brother who arrived just in time and did not agree with their diagnostics.

Thread: Which should I do?

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22-May-10, 18:03
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Jepson! I will recommend Publishing something in friendly journal too. Never mind if it is simply a scaled down/straightforward version of the main article.

Thread: What to expect at a 1st year progress interview?

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22-May-10, 17:57
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posted about 9 years ago
Some very important points below. Goodluck DD.

Thread: What to expect at a 1st year progress interview?

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22-May-10, 17:46
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posted about 9 years ago
Have you submitted some reports? Those will be examined along with the proposal you have been working on.If you are funded then you do not need to worry as they won't let go the income that comes through govt research grants.

Thread: Which should I do?

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22-May-10, 17:39
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Hello, (In My View) your article will be Judged mainly by its content not by the Journal where it is published. You can try to raise the credibility of that journal with the high level input as well.

Thread: Depression-A hazard!!

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22-May-10, 10:28
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Quote From DanB:

I wasn't alive during the Great Depression so I'm not sure what the symptoms were. I believe lots of people were unemployed and unable to get jobs.



Reread the thread again, probably DanB was right. It points to the great depression of 1920s Indeed....lol

My history is a bit hazy DanB.... but that was only during 1920s?
Josephajain! It is really necessary to find the cause of your depression before letting any Neurotic Psychiatrist/Psychologist Experiment with it. Most of the depressions can be linked with some physical matter/problem. It is only you who can find the real cure.

Thread: Viva day tommorow!

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22-May-10, 10:16
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I think Cakeman will not wake up before late afternoon ;) must have been partying all night. But when you do CM, plz leave us some advice about how to prepare for the viva and what to expect.

Thread: The most frightening species of health professional?

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21-May-10, 20:34
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It has to be my GP. I accidentally had a prolonged contact with Methanol thinking it to be a paint stripper. It absorbs through skin and even a few mls could be lethal. I had vomiting for 2 days with sleeplessness and extreme dizziness. I managed to book an appointment on the third day and he straight away he shown me an exterior trajectory by saying 'it is OK many people in third world country even use it as a replacement for beer'. It never been to a GP since then and it is five years now. I am my own doc now using a fuzzy rule based software programmed with help of my doc bro and imported drugs. I really hate GPs now and in extreme circumstances will go straight to hospital.

Thread: Interesting observation...

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21-May-10, 08:41
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At the rate it is going, I will be seeing my Neurologist very soon. Wally you did not mention how far the little finger has to move.
I will give a Grand to anyone who can close the little one without moving the next. Will Just need a youtube.

Thread: Interesting observation...

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21-May-10, 02:45
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Wally! My fingers are really very tired today so I have chosen 'I can't do it on either'. I guess it happened due to the adverse usage, especially of the middle one during a recent Road Rage Incident.

Thread: General questions + Funding

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21-May-10, 02:36
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OOPs Just woken up at 2am after a sudden collapse thinking about the Beast. I am on my own here(Even BB n Wally have retired). Never mind. Alextam! that was very saddening incident and reminded me about my own dad who passed away in my 4th year of undergraduate course. 'May God Rest Their Soul in Peace'. Boy, you need a 2:1 to get into a PhD course. With a 2:2 you will need 2-3 years of Industrial experience or a good masters degree. Try to talk to people in your dep where you are doing your masters. The major issue is always funding. IF you get a distinction in masters then It may open the doors for your funding.

Thread: sending questionnaires...

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20-May-10, 15:31
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Billy! Thanks, In my view you will have a great chance by telling them straight away that It is towards your PhD and their help is kindly appreciated. You can offer them an incentive of 'getting them acknowledged in the publication' that you will produce as a result and the top answer/help from a manager will earn a reward as a 'co-author' on the front page of a publication. I will not of course break my promise and will start working on that kind of publication as well.

Thread: sending questionnaires...

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19-May-10, 20:28
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posted about 9 years ago
I heard about consumer surveys but this is the first time I have seen a firms survey. May be they are some kind of consumers of some services e.g. like Inland Revenue. But the question is a bit vague I suppose....Most of the firms won't give you their trade secrets.
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