I’m a kind of person that isn’t exactly in shape. Well, depends on your definition, I guess. I’m a bit underweight, and since I don’t eat a lot of meat, I don’t see my numbers on the rise any time soon. At the moment, I’m out of shape due to lack of exercise, since I got hit by a car a few weeks ago. I just got my bike back from the shop a few days ago, but my bone-muscle machinery still won’t obey my every command the way I would want to. So, I’ve reserved myself from any hars activity that will just prolongue my recuperation.
I have never been fond of sports, so I never seriously trained any. It never seemed like a good idea to me. I’m slowly putting together pieces in favour of casual sports - something every person should be doing. Here’s a post on how high endurance sports could harm your health and/or life. I think we need to strive for “wild life”. I don’t mean drink till your liver turn to piss, but we should emulate primal conditions, where eating should be coupled with an appropriate ammount of exercise. This is what doctors advocate today, but I feel like they don’t offer much solutions. It’s hard for a single person to adjust his or her living arrangement, and I pitty the fool who tries to change the society.
I once heard of a theory that goes something along the lines that society tends to change when about 40% of the population actually sees the problem. Our society has a looong way to go in many fields. Global warming is hopefully not among them.
My study period is slowly coming to an end, and new semester will be knocking on my door soon enough. There are a few lectures I’m actually looking forward to. I have mixed feelings about genetics. It will be hard to top animal physiology lab work. Unfortunately I still haven’t passed the colocvium, but it’s my fault for being sloppy. I’ll have another whack at it tomorrow, so keep your fingers crossed.
Does anyone know any good publishers that would be willing to publish a slovene translation of a book on marine biology?