Monthly Archives: November 2011

Red Fisher-The Montreal Gazette

Red Fisher has been covering Les Canadiens Hockey Club for a very long time. I was going through my archived drawings last week-end which were published in the Montreal Star before it went under a long time ago. The nostalgia … Continue reading

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Pasteur’s Quadrant

The following information was sourced from FAST COMPANY, November 2011, Innovator in Chief about the work of DARPA, Defense Advanced Research Agency, director Dr. Regina Dugan, article written by Adam L. Penenberg. “Donald E Stokes wrote a theory of innovation … Continue reading

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How does Nature react to a shape change wihin our bodies?

Everyday as we go about our daily activities, inside our skin there is a variety of tissue in motion. Talk about a blur of fluids coursing through our digestive tract, nutrients getting absorbed. Our lungs are expanding then contracting each … Continue reading

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Eddy Palchak-10 Stanley Cup rings with Montreal Canadiens 1940-2011

Dear Eddy I knew you all those years watching you behind the Canadiens bench. You were one of my great heroes, taking care of all the great ones playing with Les Canadiens. You didn’t know me but you are one … Continue reading

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Epilepsy is associated with significant risks of morbidity and death-Orrin Devinsky MD N Engl J Med 2011;365:1801-11.

It pays to have a cardiologist as a friend. They talk to you about those life and death matters-the real killer. The term is ‘sudden death’, it’s a chilling phrase, more specifically it’s now termed, ‘sudden, unexpected, seizure-induced death.’ Last … Continue reading

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Impact Indicator measures force and duration from chinstrap microsensor

PRIMEAU BELIEVES HELMET DEVICE CAN CUT DOWN ON CONCUSSIONS This story sourced from- TORONTO –“http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/teams/players/?name=keith+primeau”> Keith┬áPrimeau is hoping a little green light can help lessen the debilitating effects of concussions that he knows far too well. The former NHLer, whose … Continue reading

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Brain elasticity and shape

If an observer wants to establish what is actually happening during a brain concussion, the very nature of the brain, its elastic characteristics must be presented. “Brain tissue springs back to its original position after transient deformation, indicating that many … Continue reading

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