5 Tips to Help You Science Better on the Internet

In 2016, a Ph.D candidate at the University of Wollongong was awarded a doctorate after a successful defense of her dissertation. The candidate’s central thesis was that the Australian Government’s vaccination policy was not based on credible evidence. Instead, the candidate asserted that the policy was the result of a conspiracy between the World Health Organization and…

Experiential Consumerism II: The Benefits of Delayed Gratification

People hate waiting for things. We want to get rich quick, lose weight in weeks, and get our food prepared in minutes. Happiness is often viewed as the ultimate goal for human existence, and products & services associated with the above scenarios are marketed in a way that they promise the consumer happiness. Unfortunately, we…