My wife turned the camera on as I was thinking out loud. My schedule just got a lot busier with the start of the semester, I’m finding it more difficult to get uninterrupted hours of focus. This a problem for me because it takes me an hour or two to get into a really nice […]Read more "Career Advice While Driving. What Should You do When There’s too Much To Do?!"
In this weeks “Guess what this is!” I show you a picture with weird looking holes and hairs. It’s hard to guess this one. Watch the video to find out what this is. Check out the answer here he world around us is filled with beauty. Physics is the science that attempts to uncover patterns […]Read more "Can You Guess What This is?"
In this week’s book review, I reviewed LINCHPIN by Seth Goden. There is a lot of valuable insight and motivation in this book. It is well worth the read. Seth gives good career advice. It is advice that a lot of people might dislike, but will also be freeing to most people. The main point […]Read more "Career Advice. ARE YOU EASILY REPLACEABLE | Book Review"
In this opinionated post I step away from physics and talk about one of my pet peeves: People who always complain about how everyone else is out for their own good. They like the idea of rich people who inherited their money from cheating parents. They also like the idea of no body caring about […]Read more "People are SELFISH and MANIPULATIVE… Except for YOU?!?"
This post is a confession. I know very little about current events, global and local. And I don’t vote, and don’t feel like it’s very important. Of course, I’m not saying that as something to brag about. You are more than welcome to tell me why it’s stupid to do that. In this video, I […]Read more "I DON’t WATCH THE NEWS AND I DON’T VOTE"
“I’ve been waiting for someone like you my entire life.” These are the words a teacher told me when I told her I’m making simulations and games for education. She had such a huge passion for teaching and she wanted to teach her students in the best possible way. “visuals and interactivity are so important.” […]Read more "BE AN EXTREMELY AWESOME TEACHER | How to Make educational games in two days"
In this live stream, I explain How it is possible to measure the existence of something without actually interacting with it, in quantum theory and quantum physics in general. Yes you heard right, these words should sound suspicious to you. What does that mean, is it just a word puzzle? Well, no. In a very […]Read more "MYSTERIOUS QUANTUM THEORY AND ULTRA SENSITIVE BOMB DETECTION (Live Stream)."
This post gets deliciously philosophical, I recently watched a video by Jordan Peterson about postmodernism. Jordan interviews Dr. Stephen Hicks who wrote a book about the history of postmodernism. My interest is in the philosophical but very important part of the discussion. Watch full video here The part that got me really thinking is the […]Read more "What is Truth And is it good for YOU? Response to Jordan Peterson"
In 1905, 26 year old Einstein had his miracle year. During that year he made several brilliant theoretical breakthroughs that changed the world, the most famous being relativity and gravitation. However, one calculation that Einstein did, and which you will repeat and understand, will fascinate us in this post series. In 1827 a botanist named […]Read more "How Einstein proved that atoms exist. And how you will too"
Because I’m working on developing a video game about electricity, I’ve been reading a lot about how batteries work, I want to put a level in the game that helps students understand more about batteries, and hopefully inspire them to push the boundaries of our technology in the future. The basic idea of a battery […]Read more