Interdisciplinary work

Solipsism is so easy in research. We so easily become absorbed in our own thoughts that we leave humanity (and becomes the impersonation of the subject of our study :-() That’s why talking about research to any audience other than someone else in the field is so difficult… Recently, however, I had a discussion where Luke and I thrashed heartily, and Ria tried to come in, then left out of fear – in short, a discussion that was so tumultuous I want to put down some lessons learned.

Courtesy of http://www.gutenberg.org/files/13648/13648-h/13648-h.htm

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Great Ideas

In order not to run out of ideas for this blog, I’ve decided to write several posts about Great Ideas :-D. These are things I have read, thought, or somehow learned, and they may or may not have stunned me the moment I learned them, but forever after they have ceaselessly shaped all that I think, do, and believe. I mean, this is a Grad Blog 🙂 ,and these ideas are why I’m in grad school, they’re what keeps me unreasonably happy from day to day despite the fact that I live in a tiny windowless basement apartment with three cats. The cats are a member of the Great Ideas (in another post).

If you have Great Ideas (and I know you do – hell, you are in, or about to come to, graduate school!) – share them here! If you disagree with me – please bombard away.

Without ado, in no order whatsoever, and exhibiting my perfectly honest bias to science and Western thought:


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Cricket fighting.

Hello world!

I’ve been wondering what to write about in my first post, and I decided on the awesome topic of cricket fighting. O great and noble sport! Sadly diluted by modernity 🙂 Let me see what small repairs I can do.

Courtesy of http://kaleidoscope.cultural-china.com/en/11Kaleidoscope5830.html

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