Oh, and if we can get 100 people to look at this site today, we can simulate the classic “delta wave” of Wolf-Parkinson-White syndrome! That’s the widening of the base at the beginning of the big spike called the “QRS complex”. The picture’s a little small, but it’s the shaded gray area in Inset B.

You’re a geek, Dr. Grasshopper.

Yes. Yes, I am. Happy Valentine’s Day!


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It cracks me up that my views-per-day plot looks an awful lot like an EKG.

Although now it looks like we’re in atrial flutter. And the QRS complex is getting a little wide. Bad sign for a heart…good sign for blog readership stats, though!

Thanks for unintentionally amusing me, everyone! And as always, thanks for reading!


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