Not having an outreach program disqualifies you from being a professor, or at least a memorable one.
keywords: education, instruction, training
language: the expressway of ideas
keywords: road, street, way, communication
Suppose that, in ‘The Wizard of Oz’, Dorothy is swapped out for a full-grown woman, how else should the story be changed so as to keep the story as consistent and complete as the original? My guess is that there is essentially only one such possible ‘update’, and it has already been done: ‘Mary Poppins’.
keywords: plot, character, update
debt: the result of being a spectator
keywords: money, finance, credit, a fool and his money
deeply burying the lede: ‘apparently not-P, but actually P’, with the ‘apparently’ merely implied, and the ‘actually P’ merely implied. An example is:
‘Full Stops Are The Most Passive-Aggressive Texting Punctuation Ever’
with ‘P’ being ‘Messaging obeys certain well-defined laws.’, with not-P being expressed as ‘Messaging is a weird science that obeys no known law of the universe.’ The article then proceeds to show what laws messaging follows, leaving these laws in the hands of the reader at the end of the article.
keywords: patterns, knowledge, communication
The number of equivalence relations times the temperature is constant. For example, the Earth has many equivalence relations, but the Sun has only one, being all ‘one thing’.
Analogously, speech raises social temperature, and hence is, more often than not, detrimental to study.
“Aliiĝo de la temperaturo estas akompanata kun aliiĝoj de preskaŭ ĉiuj ecoj de la maso kompreneble escepte de la masa kvanto.”
— Miroslav Tůma (Pri la varmo)
“No two snowflakes are alike.”