Tag Archives: Prof Aillo

Genome Machine? Time Machine? Doomsday Machine?

Regular readers know that the world famous polymath Prof Aillo only publishes his groundbreaking work once a year on April 1st and only in the Denmark Doctor. This year’s seismic research is all about genetics. It took over a decade and $2.7 billion dollars to sequence the first whole genome. For most of us a book containing the correct… Read More »

Olympic Dream?

Wow what an Olympics that was. Second in the world – not bad for a little country like ours. It just goes to show what you can do with an excellent management structure and appropriate funding. I think you can probably see where my thinking is going. Because there are a lot of similarities between… Read More »

April Foolishness

This month’s April edition is a little different from my usual April newsletters … which always include one article featuring the world famous Prof Aillo, an expert polymath who’ve I’ve attributed to the discovery of the real reasons why we dream, the hidden properties of DNA, virtual diets, operating without touching patients and many more… Read More »

Head Transplant

I read with great interest in the New Scientist about a surgeon who is pretty sure that in the near future he will be performing head transplants. I’ve spent a fair amount of time wondering about this. After all it is remarkable what can be done today. The boffins are genetically engineering organs left right… Read More »

Shop-A-Doc

You may think this is the latest initiative from Amazon to take over health care. However their initiative to fly ‘doc drones’ to your front door and beam back your medical info to ‘House’ their health super computer is still in its infancy and not being trialled in the UK until next year. You may… Read More »

Foolish Answer

Hopefully you realised that my rant about allow natural death forms wasn’t an April Fool. But the government has tried to name and shame GPs, the New Scientist did (unbelievably) publish a non-April fool article about head transplants. My poo may indeed be a really invaluable treatment in the future and there are a number… Read More »