I apologize for the cringy headline, but I have an obligation to come up with attention-grabbing, eye-catching headlines, and that’s literally the best I could come up with. Continue reading Doublethink IRL
I hope they find out in my life time, amirite? Continue reading Does Dark Matter exist?
The Majors and Minors that you study at university have diversified grossly over the years. Find out why and how this impacts the state of education! Continue reading The New Majors and Minors
t’s Friday! It’s also Near Miss Day, which commemorates March 23rd, 1989, when a large asteroid that could have left a crater the size of Washington, D.C. harmlessly passed by the Earth at a distance of 500,000 miles (810,000km). What a day to be alive, no? Continue reading Near Miss Day
It’s Acedic Thursday! Read the article to find out the meaning of acedic. Continue reading 6 Underrated Words With GIFs
Does language influence our thought process and ideologies? Find out! Continue reading The Evolution of Language
Last month, I watched Black Panther. I thoroughly enjoyed the movie. Even before the movie had hit the theatres, people were watching the trailer on repeat, tweeting about it endlessly, and pre-booking the movie well in advance. So, you could only imagine what happened after the movie realized! People dressed up in their African prints, got their “talking drums”, and hit the theatres to watch it … Continue reading Is Black Panther racist?
This year, one of my New Year’s resolutions was to chew my food 32 times. My friends and family incessantly demanded why I started this “horrible” habit. I thought I would share the reasons with y’all, as well. Optimal Secretion of Enzymes When you chew your food properly, the taste buds in your mouth send signals to your brain about what type of food you … Continue reading Why Should You Chew Food 32 Times?
It’s World Sleep Day! And ironically, I have literally slept two hours today, finishing up this blog… So, I think it’s important that I step back and evaluate whether I meet my daily sleep requirements, and how can I work on getting more sleep, being a high-school student and soon-to-be undergrad. This post will be broken down into a series of questions because I think … Continue reading World Sleep Day
There is nothing left to say… At the age of 76, Stephen Hawking passed away today. The man who was physically bound to his wheelchair because of a neurogenerative disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) explored his intellectual freedom through complex equations and cosmological findings. Hawking redefined cosmology by proposing that black holes emit radiation and later evaporate. He also showed that the universe had a beginning by describing how … Continue reading Stephen Hawking