It may be hard to think like a scientist for some https://digest.bps.org.uk/2017/06/20/5-reasons-its-so-hard-to-think-like-a-scientist/ but it isn't for me. "Thinking like a scientist is really hard, even for scientists." It goes on, " But parking your own agenda and staying objective is not the human way."
So I'm not human?
I used to use that song when I would joke on Twitter that I'd fly in my UFO.
I had a hemorrhage, a bleed in my brain.
"Hemorrhage" sounds so bad. It is a bleed. The word "bleed" doesn't sound as dire. It's easier to spell. I had to look up the other. Why wasn't it just said I had a stroke? Is someone better if they use big words?
I shouldn't be writing this. I shouldn't be thinking. "Thinking like a scientist" is out of the question.
Now I think about stem cells. More specifically, I thought what happened to me is a proposed experiment. http://thoughtfulveg.blogspot.com/2017/06/sparking-imagination.html
Now that's thinking like a scientist!
I pay attention to different things, now. I'll notice what's not usual, and can be broadsided with the plain and obvious.
I'm still human. My blood is red. I'd say I think like a human, just a different one.
I don't have green acid blood.