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Blogs are being expired occassionally. I believe in object permanence on the internet, but more than that I do believe in the responsibility of site owners not to leave behind outdated writings. As I write (mostly) about medicine and biology[1], “outdating” often happens in three to six month intervals. What was true and common consensus today, does not have to be true or consensus tomorrow. That does not mean, the content is gone. It will still be accessible via a direct link and later[2] may be accessible via an archive link.

That said, here’s a list of evergreen posts:

  1. Medical knowledge doubles every 12 months as of 2/24, expected to double every six months in 2026. Roughly 5% of the medical corpus of knowledge is invalidated every 12 months. ↩︎

  2. “Later” means as soon as I get around to it. If you read this line, that “later” is not now. ↩︎