• Why I’m Not Political
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    I believe in science. More specifically, I believe in using the scientific method to understand the world around us. This procedure of posing a question, hypothesizing, systematically observing and measuring, analyzing collected data, and formulating a theory works pretty well for all of our practical purposes. I would even argue that it is the best […]

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  • Luck is a Skill
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    With college admission rates dropping every year, a popular opinion among students and parents is that applying to colleges is a game of chance. So, what’s the most logical choice? Apply to as many colleges as possible because probability says that the more chances I have the greater the probability I’ll get into a great […]

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  • The Shortcomings of Antibiotics
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    The rise of antibiotic resistance has made bacterial treatment more difficult. Patients are now dying from diseases that were once treatable 5 years ago. Antibiotics used to cure patients of diseases, but at a cost: their rampant usage caused bacterial populations to evolve drug resistance. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, better known as “staph” or MRSA, has […]

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