In the far future, a supervisor sits down with their graduate student on their first meeting. Supervisor: “You’re about to embark on an incredible journey. You will read lots of papers, and now these warnings are attached to nearly all of them.” Student: “Will I ever see one without a warning?” Supervisor: “I’ll put it this way: I still haven’t.”
Those astrologers know that getting the perfect domain name is the first step to appearing legitimate.
L'INFINI: la Station spatiale internationale comme si vous y étiez ! Raymond Fournier ven 30/07/2021 - 13:25 Blogue Astronomie/espace
I can’t let any second or slide go to waste!
Isn’t it impressive how technology is self-aware enough to tell that you’re the problem?
Au clair de la Lune...l'exploration expliquée aux enfants Raymond Fournier mar 27/07/2021 - 11:55 Blogue Astronomie/espace Raymond Fournier
Un site remarquable sur la neuroanatomie, mais inévitablement limité Le cerveau à tous les niveaux lun 26/07/2021 - 14:50 Blogue Biologie Le cerveau à tous les niveaux
Not pictured: The paper cited in the original work that simply says, “In preparation”, with no other identifying information.
As a writer, I’ve spent a lot of time crafting sentences and paragraphs. Writing a sentence is easy. Writing a sentence that communicates the idea in your mind to another is much more challenging. The translation from mind to words to mind again is lossy. There’s a fashionable way to write, which suggests using concise language to make a point. This is particularly true in scientific writing. In the more mathematical sciences, I imagine this…
I’m sure it’s just common-knowledge, or something else so banal that it’s not worth wasting pixels over…