Love on the Logarithmic Scale

Love on the Logarithmic Scale

I was sitting on my twin bed tucked away in the living room of my mother’s apartment. I was in my early thirties and had just had a fight with my father. I could no longer live in his house under his rules and I moved to Oregon to live with my mom. My family believed...
Moving Towards a Unity of Consciousness and Science

Moving Towards a Unity of Consciousness and Science

In 1999, I was diagnosed with a mood disorder. In the dormitories at UCI, I began experiencing paranoia and an anxiety that I had not known before. I dropped out that year to seek help. This is why, as a mental health advocate, that I support Active Minds. College is...
25 Science Gifts to Surprise Your Loved Ones

25 Science Gifts to Surprise Your Loved Ones

Science gifts aren’t always easy to find. So, when you come across a shop that really gets it. You want to throw as much support at them as possible.The following list features some of my favorite items that I have purchased over the years. You will be supporting...
The Role of Creative Play in Mathematics

The Role of Creative Play in Mathematics

Some recent events triggered a depressive episode. For the past week, I’ve been feeling helpless and overwhelmed. I admit that I started losing some hope that things would improve. Luckily, I had a math dream! I think it was my brain’s way of cheering me up. I decided...
The Truth About G.H. Hardy

The Truth About G.H. Hardy

G.H. Hardy wasn’t always my favorite mathematician. My first love was Gauss. A titan of mathematics and physics worlds. I learned all the well-known stories in my physics class. The most famous, how Gauss figured out how to sum all the numbers from 1-100. What I...