By coincidence we've had a lot of unfortunate deaths on Objectivity in recent weeks.
Most recently, chemist John Daniell who had a stroke at a Royal Society Council meeting.
His colleagues made the bloody decision to open his jugular there in the meeting room. It did not help.
We also told the story of esteemed scientist John Tyndall who met his demise at the hands of his own wife in a bedside mishap.
And finally Francis Vernon - an intrepid traveller who saw amazing things but came unstuck in an argument over a pen knife.
If you enjoy tales like these - and cool bits of science treasure - do consider watching more from Objectivity.