Beautiful shapes created by simple harmonic motion 🧐 pic.twitter.com/ifsFX4nfN9
— Fermat's Library (@fermatslibrary) January 2, 2020
Ability to see connections across seemingly unrelated areas is extremely valuable.
Is this something that can be taught?
An article on how to teach critical thinking (via @PremnathV6) has some good suggestions: https://t.co/swfbgxU8YB https://t.co/y0DlurRult
— Navin Kabra (@ngkabra) December 31, 2019
A quick look back on the last decade that I started as a kid in college👇 #Whatadecade
— Prukalpa (@prukalpa) December 31, 2019
Links to some real world examples of equalitarian/political biases leading literatures to be purged of "distasteful" results. From … psychological science! ("Hey, its science! Are you a science denier?").
Thread ending in END. https://t.co/aPwzUh6l0a
— Lee Jussim (@PsychRabble) January 4, 2020
Recognise this guy?
His name was Vavilov.
One of the fathers of modern agriculture, whose worked saved millions.
The soviets killed him because his science was at odds w their ideology.
Their rejection of his work led to a famine killing 5M people.
We need to learn from this pic.twitter.com/3wsAjVBRC8
— James Wong (@Botanygeek) January 6, 2020