October 20, 2020

Now that you know where you’re positioned, you are ready to look inside.

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October 16, 2020

The right chamber has a much thinner wall than the left. This will help you identify and label the divisions correctly.

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October 6, 2020

It can be difficult to know where the opening has led you, but there are a few tricks and tips you can use to your advantage.

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October 2, 2020

Although it may seem prudent to remove the fatty tissue that obscures the entryways, this is often more trouble than it is worth.


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September 29, 2020

Additionally, external pressure and manhandling can cause the organ to become misshapen by the time it reaches you, further obscuring the correct perspective.

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September 25, 2020

Although not perfectly symmetrical, the two halves resemble each other enough that it can be difficult for a novice to understand which side is which.

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9/14/2020 – Heads up!

Hallo, all!

Move is done, Diane From HR has gone through surgery and come back nicely, BUT now there’s unpacking and a bit of post-move stuff to attend to, so the comic won’t be back til Sept. 11, okay?


ETA: Sept 11 may had been a bit ambitious! Let’s say Sept 18 instead.