Is-ness2 karma2015-12-14 01:52:44 UTC
Is there an obstacle in your work that is not so obvious a question to arise here? (A little detail that you come across, for example.)
Is income ever an issue now?
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Is-ness2 karma2015-12-14 02:10:53 UTC
Do you live near the place(s) that you work or do you have to travel to a distant location, depending? Is any amount of the communicative/collaborative process done online?
It was competition but at what point did you begin working with others - did all the competition get involved with collaborating? How much competition does there tend to be for a score like this?
Is-ness1 karma2015-12-14 02:05:25 UTC
I suspect you still wouldn't change it for anything.
Is-ness1 karma2015-12-14 02:33:36 UTC
I absolutely love that you're writing books like that for children. I am going to be recommending them (perhaps you've heard talks by John Taylor Gatto).
I also love that you're addressing the gender stereotype. I mean, nobody should join the STEM field if it doesn't call to them which is why I don't like the statement "seeking ways to increase the diversity" as if it's a mission of pushing. But the issue is there - that, as a culture, women are treated by both genders as being more fragile and fit for boundaries. The interview of Simone De Bouvoir on gender inequality made this very clear to me; she was a women who certainly did not behave to the standards as they're set for women. I would recommend the lecture (on YouTube) by Wes Cecil on Simone and follow it by watching her 1975 interview.
I just recently saw a TEDx video where Thad Roberts suggested that there are 11 dimensions. This is nowhere near my field of expertise but I wonder if you have any input on the idea and how it might relate to or impact the quantum world, if it does?
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