Saturday, November 5, 2011

Day 5 of NaNoWriMo 2011

General Stats:
Words Written Today: 2853
Total Words Written: 10038
Write-ins attended: 2
Words Written at a Write-in Today: 1482
Total Words Written at Write-ins: 2718
Cups of Coffee This Month: 6
Plans Changed to Accommodate More Writing: 0
Named Characters Killed: 0
Scenes I forgot to Plot Out: 0
Scenes Completed: 5
Scenes Written that I’m likely to Cut in December: 2
Random Ideas Generated: 6
Scenes that I need to Add: 1
Emotional Breakdowns: 1

Random Thoughts:
- Made up for yesterday's word count but wasn't able to maintain the momentum and write enough to make 15k by Sunday feasible.
- Must resist the temptation to make fake fluorescent microscopy images for my imaginary research on my imaginary disease
- I love scientific babble 
- I might be too tired to type even this post properly

Today's snippet is brought to you by my degree in biology.
Small Snippet of Novel:
     “This first slide is the combination of the anti-inhibitor and the antiviral treatments. You can see that there is very little virus remaining. You can see that the inhibitor binding is pretty well restricted. For comparison here is the infected and untreated sample with the neuron-inhibitor interaction tag. [Dear Self, you are not allowed to spend valuable time in November making fake slides to illustrate this scene. Really, you are not.] See the difference?” The Doctor waited for the appropriate response from the Senator to continue. “This combined treatment could be a valid treatment for Rook-Jerrard’s disease though it wouldn’t do much more than halt the disease in its progression. However it would be a valid treatment option for those newly diagnosed. The next slide is the anti-inhibitor treatment with the neuron-nanites and you can see that there is the appropriate overlap of the inhibitor interaction tag with the nanite-neurotransmitter interaction tag. This treatment plan would necessitate ongoing treatment with targeted nanite placement to continue off setting the spread of the inhibitor. I am under no illusions that some of the medical establishment won’t prefer this treatment style as a way to create more profit. However, it is still a less than ideal outcome. Here is the nanite and antiviral treatments. The results make it clear that if only two of the treatments were used that this is the combination that will give to best results as far as the treatment of the disease. However, let’s compare this with the mouse treated with all three compounds treatments. This mouse show more natural neural activity, and in our time delayed elapsed samples showed the fastest recovery and response time. The three pronged treatment approach is absolutely the most effective.”
Favorite NaNo-isms of the Day:

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