There’s COVID-19 research, and then there’s meta COVID-19 research–that is, research about research in the era of COVID-19.
Last week we got to see from the perspective of a dog exploring in the woods. This week I’m even more excited about the possibility of seeing the world from a beetle’s perspective.
How’s this for a science experiment? Take your dog for a walk in the woods, let them run around a bit, and have them come back. And that’s it; you’ve scienced!
My preference with these blog posts is to cover topics beyond origins and Genesis. There is so much other fascinating science to talk about, all of which reveals something about our physical reality and by extension something about the one who created it. But I do sometimes dip into faith and science conversations elsewhere, and […]
Although not a mathematician myself, one of the things I find endlessly fascinating about math is the way one can take a seemingly impossible problem and translate it or express it in another context, and all of a sudden that hard problem can become easy.