Monthly Archives: January 2011

Symphony Of Science: The Big Beginning

There’s a new Symphony of Science video out, this one being about the big bang.  You’ll probably want to check it out.

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Polluting The Waters

If you travel around the country, you’ll be finding signs like this posted near lakes and rivers all over. I’ve been studying Chemistry all night and I came across this in the textbook. Methylmercury in Fish In the last decade, … Continue reading

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What Neuroscience Is Saying About Free Will

Recently I’ve been posting clips here on my site to accompany my posts, some of them being from Baroness Susan Greenfield, an eminent neuroscientist.   I searched to find out what sorts of books and other materials she’s made and found … Continue reading

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Who Are Your Heroes?

What is a hero? “A hero is born among a hundred, a wise man is found among a thousand, but an accomplished one might not be found even among a hundred thousand men.” – Plato “A hero is someone who … Continue reading

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Visual Perception, The Mind’s Eye, And Change Blindness

The other day I mentioned that I’ve been studying visual cognition, and in particular I’ve been reading Vision Science: Photons To Phenomenology, by Stephen Palmer.  I found two amazing videos on YouTube which discuss the kinds of topics visual cognition … Continue reading

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