Reading Notes from Blue Mind by Wallace J. Nichols

The first book from my list I was able to get my hands on was Blue Mind: the Surprising Science That Shows How Being Near, In, On, or Under Water Can Make You Happier, Healthier, More Connected, and Better at What You Do. By a happy coincidence, Blue Mind was a great place to start my self-guided academic… Continue reading Reading Notes from Blue Mind by Wallace J. Nichols

Editorial: Science and Social Justice at Odds

Further to the dazzling rocket launch that had some residents in California donning their best tin foil hats, SpaceX has been getting a lot of attention from non-STEM audiences, such as yours truly. Elon Musk just might be the man who could actually lead a movement to occupy Mars, but last week, I came across the following… Continue reading Editorial: Science and Social Justice at Odds

A Quill of Conservation: The Cirriculum

Happy new year everyone, and welcome to A Quill of Conservation, my experiment in self-guided conservation studies! As you may have guessed, I'm a bona-fide bibliophile. Though a bit antiquated, I still firmly believe that the best way to acquaint yourself with a new subject is through a tall stack of well-chosen books. I've drawn the… Continue reading A Quill of Conservation: The Cirriculum