Hi all, Joseph here. This is my first time in a while posting a second article on the same day. I've been reading this seminal work by Fitch on the definition of homology and just thought I'd share my opinions. I'll keep this short and sweet. Fitch-Tig Paper Fitch-Tig Review Your friend, Joseph
Protecting your midsection isn't the most important point to winning a fight. At least that's what this WikiHow article told me: WikiHow. However, if you think about it, our skeleton, the natural shock absorber of our entire body covers most of our body, except around our midsection. It seems strange to me that the layout of …
An analysis of the card "Patches" from the popular card game Hearthstone.
Dear reader, I've gotten a few questions about why I write, how I choose the topics to look at, and whether or not this is a resume-builder. Their questions always imply that writing is inextricably linked to stress or hopes of further advancement, but I'll let you in on my secret: I enjoy writing because …
A short about my New Years and colonoscopies. 🙂
A little bit longer review of the book: The Soul of a Doctor. A compilation of stories that Harvard Medical students have experienced and shared.
Today is December 23rd, 2016. My goal is to learn introductory statistics this winter break, that is until January 17th comes around. I've been also playing CodeCombat to help build a foundation for simple scripts in the near future and look forward to doing something cool by combining these all into one giant project. Scheduled …
Elucidating the history and application of the Fresnel lens, a cool mechanical contraption
A short review of the book: When a Breath Becomes Air. The personal experience that Paul Kalanithi breathes into these pages is breathtakingly beautiful and poignant to the human condition.
A short on what causes potato poisoning and the physiological effects of glycoalkaloids on the human body.