Monthly Archives: June 2014

Have you checked out the Weather Channel lately?

It’s basically Sharknado out there. Every. Damn. Day. Guys, I just wanted to know if it was going to rain today. Knock it off already. Stick to weather. You’re making me afraid to go outside. And you’re making us all … Continue reading

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How to appeal to science denialists with raw work ethic

Two scientists are racing For the cure of all mankind Both of them side by side So determined Locked in heated battle For the cure that is their prize But it’s so dangerous But they’re determined Theirs is to win … Continue reading

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I believe the children are our future. Teach them data science and let them lead the way.

Go check out my first post for the Berkeley Science Review blog! Fun fact: this was my first-ever idea for a blog post, before this blog was born. It was going to be “a chat with my friend Aaron who … Continue reading

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Yes and no: on science and the humanities

I just wanted to weigh in on this a little bit. I think it gets a lot right, but a couple things wrong. I’m very sympathetic to anyone championing the humanities, because in the face of rampant STEM-fetishizing, wonder-killing, capitalistic … Continue reading

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