Imagine you are sitting in a boat on a broad river, looking at a book that is a collection of electrocardiographs (or a tablet that has a electronic version of the same book). The river at this point has arisen from a number of tributaries that you cannot see, or may not be aware of.
Extract from the diary of an ECG tragic.
On the Road - January 2016
My therapist would be proud of me; I'm off to Sandringham Beach, to get away from those seductive ECG websites that mess with your mind. I'll prove how wrong they are to say I suffer from laddergram addiction.
Borkmann’s Point and the ECG
Borkmann's Point (Swedish: Borkmanns punkt) is a crime novel by Swedish writer
Håkan Nesser, first published in Sweden in 1994 and translated into English by Laurie
Thompson in 2006.
Dancing At Sunset
The city's lighting up the atmosphere
The sun is falling as the moon appears
The ground is shaking so I know we're near
To the centre of the earth
To the centre of the sound waves
Hello action potential, my old friend
I've come to study you again
Because the Nernst Equation softly creeping
Left its seeds while I was sleeping
And the vision that was planted
Frederick Nietzsche and the EKG
On EKG Analysis: "There are no facts, only interpretations"
Nietzsche writes to Einthoven: "When you look into an EKG, the EKG also looks into you"