I was listening to Tim Ferris’s interview with Michio Kaku and though I haven’t finished it yet, a few things stood out. It was interesting to note the amount of support that Kaku had as a kid for his interest … Continue reading Michio Kaku’s Early Academic Success
How does the average everyday citizen exercise imagining paradigm shifts? To imagine a paradigm shift is to take an accepted idea and imagine that it is no longer true. Within fields of study, it is easier to identify long-standing accepted … Continue reading What do paradigm shifts for everyday life look like?
I was just thinking about paradigm shifts, inspired by the book The Six Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert. I was wondering if it was possible to predict paradigm shifts in culture, or within certain fields of research, and I came across … Continue reading Predicting Paradigm Shifts and Change
I made a video based on a review article discussing some factors that influence I.Q. and what I.Q. tests actually measure. Below are links to the videos and a transcript. IQ which stands for “intelligence quotient” is a score … Continue reading Factors That Affect I.Q.
I made a video discussing what MECP2 duplication syndrome is. Below are links to the video as well as a transcript of the video. What is MECP2 Duplication Syndrome? MECP2 Duplication Syndrome is a genetic disorder primarily seen in males … Continue reading What is MECP2 Duplication Syndrome?
Why I Chose this Book My book choice can feel sporadic sometimes. At one point, I determined that my book selection should be more deliberate. I should read books that align with the goals in my life. One of them … Continue reading Review of The Botany of Desire: A Plant’s Eye-View of the World by Michael Pollan
In this YouTube video I discuss a paper that investigates if genes for normal intelligence are the same as those for people with “high intelligence.” Intelligence is a widely studied and debated subject. It is praised and admired…for the most … Continue reading Intelligence Genes: Are there Genius Genes?
Why I Chose this Book I went to my local library one day to do some work. It’s a nice calm environment free from distractions that I find at home. While walking to the back of the library to find … Continue reading Review of Networking for Nerds by Alaina Levine
There are two tragedies of the well-documented surplus of Ph.D. graduates in the STEM fields. They are almost two sides of the same coin. One, there are not enough STEM jobs available for Ph.D. graduates. Many who have earned their … Continue reading Scientific Resources