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Humbled Crypto Boss Bragged About Not Reading Books
To an outsider, the name Sam Bankman-Fried might seem like a pseudonym, too on-the-nose to be real. The 30-year-old entrepreneur and philanthropist, known ...
This Is Why Japanese Children Score Higher on Math Tests
In standardized math tests, Japanese children consistently score higher than their American counterparts. Researchers have found that it has more to do ...
Relying on Science but Missing the Truth
The son of a scientist and a doctor, Jad Abumrad, is co-host of Radiolab one of public radio’s most popular shows today. In a TED talk in 2020, ...
To Solve Social Distancing Use Geometry
Of all the challenges facing educators, restauranteurs, and business owners in trying to reopen during a global pandemic, one of them requires knowledge ...
Misdiagnosing a Problem Never Solves It
In his recent book, Heath Adamson describes the process of correctly diagnosing a problem:
Horst Schulze, the former COO of Ritz-Carlton Hotels, told the ...
The Lighthouse That Wrecked More Ships Than it Saved
For more than forty years a lighthouse stood on a large peninsula jutting into the Tasman Sea in southern Australia. It stood at a place where it shouldn’t ...
Leonardo da Vinci—How to Be Insatiably Curious
The human brain weighs three pounds. It is the size of a softball, and yet with it we have the capacity to learn something new every second of every minute ...
Tiny Midges Cause Lincoln Memorial Deterioration
In the late 1980s, the National Park Service noticed that the Lincoln Memorial was slowly crumbling and deteriorating. Why? Part of the problem was from ...
'Science for Seminaries' Highlights Importance of Integrating Faith and Science
It's a common misconception that Christianity and science are somehow opposed, two competing entities for the hearts and minds of our society. The ...
Flunking Exams Actually a … Good Thing?
An article in The New York Times highlights a new classroom learning technique—the "pre-final" test. Students take their final on the ...