A little reminder for us all.
To be a scientist means to explore. You need to start from what is known and jump out into the void, investigating new ideas. In this regard, the scientist is an explorer, a person searching for new truths in a world without a map. To be more precise, a scientist uncovers the new map as they learn. When we talk about science, we like to emphasize the new discoveries. Whether that’s the discovery of gravitational…
This is based on a true story.
Des cours en ligne sur la COVID-19, la science et le cerveau Le cerveau à tous les niveaux lun 22/02/2021 - 11:41 Blogue Biologie Le cerveau à tous les niveaux
“I’m not sure why, but I can’t seem to mute the teacher either…”
They said someday you’ll findAll who love are blindWhen your heart’s on fireYou must realizeSmoke gets in your eyesJerome Kern and Otto Harbach, 1933 (“Watching the Campfire” by Mr Moss is licensed under CC BY 2.0) Despite legions of campers swearing to the contrary, campfire smoke does NOT actually follow you around like your friend’s labrador retriever who really, really, really wants that wiener you just roasted. Of course, if there was no wind, if there were no complex…
You know, we can get very far in a physics education while sticking to two or fewer particles.
It always worries me a little bit that the theorists’ imaginations can run this wild.
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Okay, I’m clearly not being fair: You’re off the hook, experimentalists.