What advice would you share to an undergraduate of physics and mathematics who is very uncertain about a future career in science? I am a technical person and logical and rigorous problem solving is what puts food on my table. It simply raises my educational bar. Why not even a role model for women? Most arguments are not joined with any sincere desire to arrive at the truth; they are joined to be won. Lately I like Bret Easton Ellis's podcast and his melodious voice blabbing on pretentiously but not thoughtlessly.
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Who can blame us because, well fuck, I like: If the latter, nothing gets attention like acting outrageously and attacking cherished icons. I love star talk podcasts too. Not the Lilliput story that we all know, but the rest of Gulliver's voyages. I know plenty of well educated people that are not religious in a classical sense but believe in some higher undefined power. Ah well, at least they give us something to feel superior to.
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Probably 90 percent of White American cops have extreme attitude against such persons, especially if they themselves come from such stock. For that reason, I dub that demographic "Generation Exoplanet". I have experience with the subculture of proud stupidity in my country. Science is only so approachable and unthreatening. And why your title was succesfully manipulated against you.
Do you think advancements like those being made at space-X will have meaningful impacts on our goals to go to Mars within the next decade or two? Originally Posted by jgoens. Thank you for taking the lumps for liberty, by the way. I thought it was genuine too until relatively recently. Please correct me if I am misinterpreting.