Sophie Tayler on Some Thoughts on Meat Eric Zamidar on Some Thoughts on Meat
I just have to write this one down: It was mentioned in one of my classes the price of tuna (I really like sashimi) and I’m wondering about the viability of in vitro fish. Already under water, so you could … Continue reading
Somebody expressed interest in reading an essay I wrote for my Philopsophy of Science class. Yes, I had a hard time not talking about “singularity” and “artificial intelligence” in it, but I figured it was for the best.
Okay, so it was actually 4 months ago. But we’ll see what stuck with me. First of all, what are you talking about Sophie? It is an annual summit about solving world hunger, and happened to be hosted at the … Continue reading
I bumped into this blog on being a healthy student today, and thought it had some pretty solid advice. Summer gives me time to ‘recover’ from school, read books, and reflect on the past year. After living in residence for … Continue reading
I’ve been bumbling around the internet in search of awesome things to do this summer, and I bumbled into this YourViews, which is a UBC website with research surveys about dilemmas and public opinion on things such as cows and … Continue reading
I just got “101 Theory Drive” by Terry McDermott in the mail from my Dad, and somehow I’m nearly halfway through despite having a heap of books (mostly on aging) to go through. It’s a similar book to that of … Continue reading