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11.22.2006

SPG Science Wednesday

Friend and special correspondent to SPG, Alivia Biko
has embarked today upon new scientific frontiers.
early this morning Alivia swallowed a "pill camera" .
This tiny (but not tiny enough- we hear) camera will be traveling
through her digestive system for the next 12 hours sending a stream
of pictures to the recorder strapped to her belt.

a report on the device - the subject is NOT alivia


SPG has reason to believe that our superior science team will be able
to intercept alivia's feed (ha!) and post actual pictures here,

Stay tuned.



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UPDATE 1:11 pm

Alivia is in my kitchen making stuffing for a turkey. She has a large blinking device strapped to her belly. She most definitely would not make it through airport security today! Because she has an apron on the protect the device she definitely looks like she has "something in the oven"!


Update 1:30 pm

the first belly cam pictures are in:






Hmm - the camera seems to have discovered something suspicious!

UPDATE 2 pm

The tiny sub/cam has dispatched tiny scientists to investigate the anomaly
















UPDATE 3pm



Fortunately the tiny scientists which seem to include Rachel Welch dicovered that the anaomaly is nothing more than the Brownie that Alivia sneeked in after the food cut-off time yesterday.

The tiny scientists were not amused






Special "Live" intreview segment

In the Comments section, Alivia Biko will now answer the following questions:

Alivia, What does it feel like having tiny scientists in you belly?

Do you object to the inclusion of Rachel Welch?

What do you think of the yellow dive suits?

UPDATE:

Time for the team to get out of there! Alivia's immune system seems to have noticed

the invasion. Run, tiny scientists! Run!


FINAL UPDATE 4pm.

Alivia has returned to the lab and turned in the recording pack.
This seems to have quelled the desire to shout warnings to Will Robinson.


The final and complete tape of her cam
can be seen here:

Now all Alivia has to do is clear the sub out of her system, clean it up and return ti to the lab for the next patient

GOOD JOB ALIVIA BIKO
PIONEER OF SCIENCE!

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Comments:
We are wondering what kind of pills *you* are taking...
 
Alivia, What does it feel like having tiny scientists in you belly?

Sort of like having eaten flying ants.

Do you object to the inclusion of Rachel Welch?

Absolutely not.

What do you think of the yellow dive suits?

Well, I think they were trying to have a contrasting color, it's pretty dark in there you know. Fashion-wise I think it is a bold statement.
 
I went through the same procedure 2-1/2 years ago. It took the doctor nearly 6 weeks before he had time to read all the pictures -- but he found a benign tumor in my small intestine, which a surgeon later removed. I'm sold on the "capsule endoscopy" as a diagnostic tool!
Vail
 
This is the first of the complete digestive scan- digicam/pillcams used in Salem. The ones for endoscopy have been around for some years.

My pill cam was yellow, as well as was Raquel welch's suit. In my team she was the head doc and the other guys were assistants.

I was told that results will be available in one week. We shall see if this is true. In the meantime, the submarine has been retrieved and deactivated. The scientists are all healthy and have transitioned back to full size. the yellow suits have been destroyed.
 
This is the first of the complete digestive scan- digicam/pillcams used in Salem. The ones for endoscopy have been around for some years.

My pill cam was yellow, as well as was Raquel welch's suit. In my team she was the head doc and the other guys were assistants.

I was told that results will be available in one week. We shall see if this is true. In the meantime, the submarine has been retrieved and deactivated. The scientists are all healthy and have transitioned back to full size. the yellow suits have been destroyed.
 
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