I have a crazy thought. I think I have an inkling of something. So, listening to the book The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert had me thinking about the scientific method. One thing that has caught my attention thus far … Continue reading Would the scientific method be different if we were a different species?
I recently read online someone call libraries warehouses of dead books. It might have been on Seth Godin’s blog. As I currently sit in a library surrounded by books that were deemed worthy of being read and likely to be … Continue reading Preservation of the Passed
So I’ve been thinking about reading the book, Thinking in Bets by Annie Duke. It seems good from what I’ve heard about it already. I decided to check out a few podcasts to see what they had to say about … Continue reading Would You Bet $10,000 on that Decision?
Being diagnosed with cancer is scary, I can imagine. Modern medicine has come a long way. We have improved treatments and we know more about the human body and its abnormalities than ever before. Despite so much progress, there’s still … Continue reading I Wonder if Intermittent Fasting will be “Prescribed” as a Supplement to Treat Cancer
While reading the book Lives of Promise by Karen Arnold I had a few thoughts. It seems like a path to success and satisfaction in one’s career relies on either luck, self-exploration, career exploration and guidance. It seems that rarely … Continue reading Should We All have Professional Life Coaches?
I was listening to Malcolm Gladwell’s podcast Revisionist History Season 2 episode 3, Miss Buchanan’s Period Of Adjustment, which is about school integration, when a few thoughts stuck with me. Who were the people that objected to their schools becoming … Continue reading How Do You Reduce the Racial Inequality Gap?
The Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection We think that we have a decent understanding of how biology evolves over time. A certain group, a certain population, has a set of traits. With each successive generation, new traits will appear … Continue reading Cultural Evolution
Below is a synopsis of a dream I had on the 353rd of the year that I felt like sharing. A young man and friends are walking around a market place. Young man meets another young man and the two … Continue reading A Cecian Dream
For years characteristics that are strongly associated with “blackness” such as thick lips, wide noses, dark skin, and curly or kinky hair were associated with inferiority. These were touted as evidence that these people were closer to lower animals, even … Continue reading Why are there different Hair Textures?