Also, here is a link to the Wikipedia
lemma on Drew Berry, who made the pictures.
Actually, there was more introductory
text in this Nederlog, but it went unasked to bitheaven, while I was
trying to get the videos fit into the text, and so all I say is that
while I do find the videos fascinating, I don't much like the eerie
music. But that may be just me.
The first video below introduces the man
who found much of what is shown first, the virologist Sir Frank Macfarlane
Burnet; the second is a talk with moving pictures by Drew Berry;
and the other three are on some interesting bodily processes.
If I were 45 years younger, it might well
have moved me to study biology or virology. (*)
(*) In fact I was a teenager in the
Sixties, although also then, for some reason - Sputniks, satellites,
space-travel, moonlanding! - I was never much interested in travelling
into outer space, especially while there still was so much to discover
on earth, that also looked a lot more lively and attractive.
P.S. Corrections, if any are necessary, have to be made later.
1. Ten reasons why ME/CFS is a real disease by a professor
of medicine of Harvard.
2. Long essay by a professor emeritus of medical chemistry about
maltreatment of ME.
3. Explanation of what's happening around ME by an investigative
4. Report to Canadian Government on ME, by many medical experts.
5. Advice to psychiatrist by a psychiatrist who understa, but nds ME is
an organic disease
6. English mathematical genius on one's responsibilities in the matter
of one's beliefs:
space- and computer-scientist takes a look at psychology.
8. Malcolm Hooper puts things together status 2010.
9. I tell my story of surviving (so far) in Amsterdam/ with ME.
10. The directory on my site about ME.