Posts Tagged with "science"

A Rant on the State of Education

Thursday, March 6, 2014

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A Rant on the State of Education

For the last two months, I’ve been taking General Chemistry at a local community college here in Chicago. It’s interesting, being back in school after several years. For one thing, you realize that not everyone is as enthusiastic about learning as you are– maybe not even the teacher. I dove in with such vigor, only […]

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The Physiology of Multipotentiality

Thursday, December 5, 2013

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The Physiology of Multipotentiality

Editor’s note: this is a guest post by Jen Knapp. Of my many passion paths was a discontinued pursuit in medicine.  But while my medical bug is on bed rest for the time being, I nonetheless have wondered what unique, physiological components lurk deep within a multipotentialite’s biological wiring. By now, our multipotentialite community is […]

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How To Approach a Passion that has No Obvious Practical Application (At Least Not One that You Want to Pursue)

Monday, April 22, 2013

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How To Approach a Passion that has No Obvious Practical Application (At Least Not One that You Want to Pursue)

Last week I sent out an email about feeling drawn toward a passion that “makes no sense.” The email spawned a great discussion on Facebook. So many of you had the experience of becoming interested in fields that were radically different from anything you’ve done before. When this happens, it’s normal to feel uncomfortable, maybe […]

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