Monthly Archives: March 2016

We Agree to Disagree: The Science of Why Your Political Posts Won’t Make Anyone Change Their Mind

In today’s heated political stage, where everyone has a soapbox thanks to outlets like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and all the personal blogs, I’ve tried my best not to share my political views publicly. And I’ve miserably failed. I use my own Facebook page and profile to talk about science, books and photography, but then I […]

An open letter to all science lovers who want to defend science … please don't.

Last week I had an animated discussion on Facebook over an older post in which I describe some literature I dug out on possible (underline “possible”!) correlations with autism. True, my post is highly incomplete, but it was meant as a discussion starter to point at things that scientists have been looking at in an […]

March IWSG

This is a monthly event started by the awesome Alex J. Cavanaugh and organized by the Insecure Writer’s Support Group. Click here to find out more about the group and sign up for the next event. OMG, I almost forgot about this month’s IWSG! That alone tells you what a stressful month February has been. […]