So, you're trying to contact me.

After receiving mail from Deranged Physiology for a rather substantial period of time, I have identified a pattern.
There are a finite range of predictable scenarios:

  1. You have found an image from this website, and you want to use it in a presentation or publication.
    I will almost always say yes. Occasionally, the image may be available in a higher resolution, and I'd be happy to send it to you.
  2. You have something nice to say.
    Thank you! No, YOU're awesome. 
  3. You are a spam bot.
    Go stick your head in a pig.
  4. You have a detailed question.
    I will do my best to answer, but I can't promise that my answer will be coherent or timely.
  5. You have a correction for some inaccuracy you have found.
    You are the best kind of visitor, and it is unfortunate that I have no direct way to thank you, other than to correct the wrong thing you found, and to promise that I will pay attention next time. The value of this crowdsourced peer review is inestimable. Please, if you can - use the contact form at the end of the page you are commenting on, because that saves me time in finding the wrong thing you want me to change. The contact form can be found on every page, by clicking on the "Submit a comment or correction" thing, just like the one below.