An Unexpectedly Exciting Visit to the Dentist

Fossil mammoth tooth from the Pleistocene of America. This image was originally posted to Flickr by James St. John at https://flickr.com/photos/47445767@N05/23202566565

One-million-year-old teeth were found in Siberia. They are from a mammoth who, presumably, didn’t floss daily or visit a dentist even once in its life. To suggest that any animal from the Pleistocene epoch had any sort of dental hygiene regiment is laughable. But, still, their teeth survived. Whenever I go to a dentist’s office,… Continue reading An Unexpectedly Exciting Visit to the Dentist

The city is like bread and the stay-at-home order in Ontario

My dad called this afternoon after he heard the news about Ontario increasing restrictions to help prevent the further spread of COVID-19. I thought the announcement happened at one o’clock in the afternoon; I spoke with him at around three. Maybe the news took a while to get to him. We are in different time… Continue reading The city is like bread and the stay-at-home order in Ontario