The Poison Boy Podcast: PBP049: A Strategic Analysis of Twilight
Poison Boy and the Safety Rangers roll up their sleeves and get to work on the annual carbon monoxide detection campaign. Time to save some lives Rangers! In addition to going on the warpath against CO, the Toxicological Avenger reviews some elements of the fascinating book THE STING OF THE WILD and discusses the hilarious and important exploits of Dr. Justin O. Schmidt – the “Man Who Gets Stung for Science” and the guy that developed the Schmidt Sting Pain Index – a four point scoring system for the pain associated with stinging insects. Crazy but amazingly scientifically important. We also discuss some of the important and interesting and bizarre events that occurred this week in the history of our little planet. Bust a move, Rangers!
Written by Poison Boy
Gerry O'Malley (a.k.a Poison Boy) is a board certified ER doctor and toxicologist with a interest in the unusual, terrifying and occasionally hilarious world of poisonings and toxicology. This site is an exploration of poisons of historical interest as well as in current events and pop culture.
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