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As a long time user of your channel, I can not begin to tell you how much you have helped me over the last several months to prepare for the MCAT. Thank You!! That being said I just wanted to point out that your recent lectures contain less and less written content to back up your speaking/lecture. The writing of content really reinforces the learning from a audiovisual standpoint. I personally watch your lectures and then pause to write out the written content/notes. I realize you are busy with your own education and perhaps you don't have the time which is perfectly understandable after all this is free. I simply wanted to let you know how much I appreciate the written notes and depend on them to learn the material. Thank You.
Posted on July 15, 2017 | score 1
Is it pretty safe to assume that when we use urine to measure for proteins, blood, and drugs that we are using the Sandwich method?
Posted on June 19, 2017 | score 0
I always knew getting a good burn and pump was good for yang. Now I know Why! Thanks!
Posted on January 29, 2017 | score 0
Great video! I was hoping perhaps you could do a lecture on cobalamin (vitamin B12) in the future. It more than likely won't be any help to me but I am sure it would help others who need to learn about it. Thanks!
Posted on January 15, 2017 | score 0
Do you have a video explaining how the chair conformation turns/folds into another chair conformation?
Posted on January 5, 2017 | score 0
How do the cells of our body exert an internal pressure?
Posted on September 2, 2015 | score 0
Where is this video?
Posted on August 27, 2015 | score 0
Great video! I was just wondering if you increase the length of a string then the velocity of the wave will decrease. Right?
Posted on August 24, 2015 | score 0
Hey I was watching the end of the video where you talk about what is a vector vs scalar and it got me thinking. Temperature is just a measurement of kinetic energy of particles as they move and crash into each other. KE = 1/2mv^2 and velocity is a vector. So, in this regard wouldn't temperature in fact be a vector? If this is a stupid question forgive me I was just wondering...
Posted on June 17, 2015 | score 1
Hey when you saw work on the system, do you mean good old W = Fd?
Posted on June 15, 2015 | score 0