The link may be obvious in some ways but not in others, and so may surprise people. The answer is rarely black and white.
People say you can’t learn anything off the internet.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and colleague and friend, Dr. Evangelos Katsioulis, talk about personal life, intelligence, high IQ societies, and professional work.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and friend, Rick Rosner, discuss the time as an exceptionally gifted youth for Rick – and his trials and tribulations in childhood.
“It appears therefore more natural to think of physical reality as a four dimensional existence, instead of, as hitherto, the evolution of a three dimensional existence.” This is a quote from Albert Einstein, who offered it to explain how the past and future both co-exist in the present moment. When Einstein made this observation, he…
CJ Kaplan helps his daughter study for her 10th grade Physics final and rediscovers why he became an English major.
Is sharing the same dream environment possible? Ross Walton discusses here.
‘Titanic’ left us brokenhearted, but why do we need someone to blame?
This is the story of how I went hiking with God, lost him in the woods, and was rescued by a Physicist.
We spoke with legendary astronaut Walt Cunningham about fear and the potential of a manned expedition to Mars.
What can you do to save the universe?
When I was in New York, I had the opportunity to play the role of Galileo Galilei. Given that he is the Father of Modern Physics and one of the greatest scientists of all time, I think I did him justice with my sensitive, yet passionate portrayal.
Thomas Edison was a bully. That’s why you’ve barely heard of the hero of Rave’ Mehta’s new graphic novel, The Inventor: Nikola Tesla
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