Friday, April 3, 2015

Math

At a recent Continuing Medical Education course, the following slide was presented:


"And the rest become zombies."

Thank you, Diver Dan!

13 comments:

rethoryke said...

I'd just been talking about the 2001 statistics on bone marrow transplants a few days ago....

Loki said...

"They seem to disappear. We don't know where they're going. We did have a monitor on one, and before she disappeared and heard her say, 'My God, it's full of stars!'"

Packer said...

Ok, so again Chicago math. Probably will be the only comment today, given the fact that so many shot their bolt on yesterdays comment.

MDaisy said...

Written for English majors who can't do math :-)

Anonymous said...

These are known as Schroedinger survivors. They're only half-alive.

Anonymous said...

2 + 2 = 5, for sufficiently large values of 2 and sufficiently small values of 5.

-Old mathematical joke

Whelk Lad! said...

The obvious conclusion: if you have whatever this condition is, do NOT seek medical treatment. Your chances of survival drop significantly once you become a patient.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the survivors lose a lot of weight.

Anonymous said...

That doctor definitely needs a better advertising slogan.

Anonymous said...

What better time than Easter weekend to contemplate the miracle of resurrection...

Candida Gomez said...

And this is why you can't rely on spellcheck for everything.

Anonymous said...

Even if you're cured, that blind exit from the hospital parking lot onto a major street is a bitch...

Anonymous said...

The rest are just pining for the fjords.

 
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