Happy-almost-π-day everyone! I was thinking about an article to write and I couldn’t get the idea out of my head that one of my article figures looked remarkably like the forever alone meme. Alas, that article was never to be, because one of the best holidays of the year is coming tomorrow…π day! Today’s article is revolutionary- […]Read more "The Death of Pi and the Rise of Tau"
A short on the efficacy of hemostatic agentsRead more "Arts and Crafts: Gauze and Hemostatic Agents"
Hi everyone Joseph here: Today I wanted to consider how many people a benevolent vampire would have to draw blood from, assuming that the vampire requires 5 liters of human blood (the approximate amount of blood in a healthy adult), and the vampire didn’t want to permanently injure anybody. According to John Hopkins,  approximately 1% […]Read more "Vampires and Blood Drawing Guidelines"
This is a reflection post and a narrative of my grandfather’s life as it has touched me and the many others around me. This article is a work in progress and will change accordingly as I elucidate the details required. Tomorrow, March 1st, my grandfather will probably go off fourth-line chemotherapy for his metastatic non-small […]Read more "My Grandpa: Kuo Chung Chen"
Hi all, Joseph here with an experience I wanted to share with you all on the topic of failure. For those who don’t know me well or haven’t kept up with me, this is my first semester teaching an introductory organic chem course to a small group of approximately fifteen students. However today, I screwed […]Read more "Failure: Today and Forever"
Hi all, Joseph here. This is my first time in a while posting a second article on the same day. I’ve been reading this seminal work by Fitch on the definition of homology and just thought I’d share my opinions. I’ll keep this short and sweet. Fitch-Tig Paper Fitch-Tig Review Your friend, JosephRead more "A Review of Fitch’s Paper: Homology, a personal view on some of the problems"
Protecting your midsection isn’t the most important point to winning a fight. At least that’s what this WikiHow article told me: WikiHow. However, if you think about it, our skeleton, the natural shock absorber of our entire body covers most of our body, except around our midsection. It seems strange to me that the layout of […]Read more "Why Abdominal Muscles are Attractive"
An analysis of the card “Patches” from the popular card game Hearthstone.Read more "The Math of Patches"
Dear reader, I’ve gotten a few questions about why I write, how I choose the topics to look at, and whether or not this is a resume-builder. Their questions always imply that writing is inextricably linked to stress or hopes of further advancement, but I’ll let you in on my secret: I enjoy writing because […]Read more "Why you should write:"
A short about my New Years and colonoscopies. 🙂Read more "Plumbing, Colonoscopies, and New Years Eve"