Category: Science

Articles in regard to Science theory and practice.

Financing Science in Uncertain Times

Funding science is like indulging in a really, really expensive hobby. If you’re in a university, you’re lucky because, although you have to beg for money via the grant cycle, you don’t have to...

Reproducibility Crisis and You

There is a somewhat well-known problem in science called the Reproducibility Problem. All seasoned scientists know about it, and even some of the public knows about it. The difference is the public doesn’t know...

Science Unseen

Despite endless knowledge available on the internet, knowledge is being lost in great quantities. Why? Well, as a whole, we have stopped reading and talking about research works. It’s not hard to fathom why. The...

Trump: We Need Some “Good Old Global Warming” And Other Wonderful Tweets From Trump About Global Warming

Once again, Donald Trump’s world famous Twitter account has sparked a great debate in American and global politics. This time, it’s the environment which has caused the huge outcry.   In the East, it...

Combine Maths And History For Better Impact

Who doesn’t remember the pain of being a teen and sitting through classes? All those boring classes in topics you didn’t care for, yet they were required. I remember sitting in college classes and...

Science Lobbyists – For the Greater Good?

We like to think that we are very well-educated in today’s world. The average human can do a variety of maths, have a basic idea of most science topics, and is also literate. It’s...

Readers Beware: Science Is Retracted Quietly

Science is a remarkable business where you can follow your curiosity all the way. It’s like being a professional child in that  you get to ask questions and find the answers, investigate surprising results,...

Science, Honestly

I work with a group of kids that attend Carmel Middle School, a top-tier school in Indiana. It’s supposedly one of the best in the Indianapolis area. Carmel Middle School taught their kids recently...

Create Your Own Climate Policies

I’m a soil scientist that focuses on bioremediation for damaged sites. As a side hustle, I work as an adjunct professor of environmental science at Brightwood College — a very small community college in...