We may be making progress in understanding the genetic code, but how much of our moral code is under the same scrutiny? The scientific community has been at it for decades. Talks of the potential for CRISPR-Cas9 to genetically modify organisms for better or for worse have infected our thoughts and discourse almost like a … Continue reading A genetic moral code
My friend Andrew made a neat little simulator for playing a game of Tag, or, in this case, Mario Chase. Check it out here!
A rendering from da Vinci's sketch.We like to break down large problems into smaller ones and look at the whole picture as a sum of its parts. The pieces of a jigsaw puzzle form an image, or different letters come together to form words. There are times when a larger picture isn't just a zero-sum … Continue reading Mind-reading: understanding how the brain learns
The following is an excerpt from a piece of writing I've been working on... Though I wasn’t able to sleep, I did fall into phases of unconscious semi-sleep on the barren concrete floor for times of half an hour every now and then. My dreams were only thin white noise that blocked the music-induced trance … Continue reading A Sisyphean nightmare
Leonid Afremov "Farwell to Anger"Read this article in the Indiana Daily Student here...