Hoy es el día y comenzaré diciendo esto: agradezco a mi familia, amigos, al Omniverso y a toda la gente que me ha apoyado en este viaje en cualquier manera posible.

Todos ustedes saben quienes son. Mil gracias.

Quiero que sepan que, con esto, estoy cerrando una etapa en mi vida y estoy iniciando una nueva, recargado y encarrerado.

Estos últimos dos meses he aprendido muchísimo y he pasado por otro poco más, pero bien dicen que, cuando más difícil la tienes, es cuando te haces mejor. Te adaptas, aprendes, creces y te superas a ti mismo.

Lo mejor está por venir.

Gracias a los que ya descargaron y/o compartieron el disco y a los que lo harán.

Aquí les dejo el link de descarga:

http://www.4shared.com/zip/2DIVCUwDce/Captain_Revenger_-_Sheets__201.html

http://www.mediafire.com/download/kg7p991xenpvw2f/Captain_Revenger_-_Sheets_(2014).zip

Aquí para que lo escuchen:

https://soundcloud.com/captainrevenger/sheets-album-full-stream

http://youtu.be/_NEsnyAj23s

http://www.facebook.com/CaptainRevenger

No olviden decirme cual es su canción favorita :}

I AM A LION.

#SHEETS

-Captain Revenger, The Risen

biomedicalephemera:

Physicians with Head Mirrors

Ever wonder where the stereotypical headband mirror thing that you see on old illustrations of doctors came from?

It’s actually a reflector. Before we had battery-powered and flexible electrical lights, gas and oil-powered flames were the best we could do, but you don’t want to put that too close to the patient.

The concave reflective surface of the mirror focuses the diffuse light to a point inside the patient, which the physician can see through the hole in the center of the device.

Today, these reflectors are not frequently used in developed nations, as their primary purpose (otolaryngology - that is, ear, nose, and throat doctors) now has instruments which can illuminate the cavities being examined without an external source of light. However, they’re still very useful in countries with intermittent or unreliable power sources, and are often kept on hand in surgical suites and hospitals in those countries, in case of power outage during a procedure.

Diseases of the Nose and Accessory Cavities. W. Spencer Watson, 1890.