Sharing the joy of Scientific Progress


Sharing the joy of Scientific Progress

Sharing results in laymen's language is a great way to promote hope and joy that science can bring in peoples' lives. I hope by visiting and sharing in this group you find the wonder, joy, and hope I feel when I read, hear, and see about scientific progress.

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Latest Activity: May 1, 2018

This is the first sharing of any information in this group. I hope it brings on a strong feeling in you like it did for me:

Discussion Forum

Prosthetic arms can provide controlled sensory feedback

Started by Cane Kostovski May 1, 2018. 0 Replies an arm doesn't have to mean losing all sense of touch, thanks to…Continue

Peptide-based biogenic dental product may cure cavities

Started by Cane Kostovski Apr 15, 2018. 0 Replies have designed a convenient and natural product that uses…Continue

Why alcohol, sugar lead to thirst

Started by Cane Kostovski Apr 15, 2018. 0 Replies have identified a hormone that acts on the brain to…Continue

Can you really be obese yet healthy?

Started by Cane Kostovski Apr 15, 2018. 0 Replies new paper has called for an end to the term 'healthy obesity,' due to…Continue

Large wildfires bring increases in annual river flow

Started by Cane Kostovski Apr 15, 2018. 0 Replies wildfires cause increases in stream flow that can last for years…Continue

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Comment by Cane Kostovski on January 28, 2018 at 5:07pm

Thanks Tom Sarbeck. I can't wait to read about it. No I have not heard of malaise. The biggest thing that I have seen hindering progress is the religious and their silly objections.

Comment by tom sarbeck on January 28, 2018 at 1:19am

Thank you, AT. I’m going to enjoy reading the discussions you have added.

Have you seen mention of a malaise that has for several decades afflicted science, a malaise that discourages progress?

I have. When I was in college earning a degree in mathematics, I read a four-volume series on mathematics whose title suggests a cause for the malaise: Mathematics, Queen and Servant of Science by Eric Temple Bell. When I’ve read a few of your discussions I will add a discussion about it.

Comment by Cane Kostovski on January 23, 2018 at 2:16pm

Sorry folks. I'm still learning the inner workings of group discussions. I added my news as pages over on the right of the group. I will spend an hour copying them to the discussion part of the group right now. I hope you enjoy the news as much as I do.

Comment by Cane Kostovski on March 30, 2012 at 6:24pm

Fine and you?

Comment by Rob van Senten on December 24, 2011 at 6:40pm

@Cane Kostovski,

Thanks for the invite! I love explaining science in laymen terms, as I have a technical job where interacting with customers is highly important which means that I need to translate technical terms into understandable concepts.

I love it when I have a customer on the phone or a friend or stranger over coffee and they have these "aha-erlebnis" where suddenly the pieces of the puzzle fall together, as I also love having these moments myself. 

I am somewhat limited in knowledge in many a subject, but as a bit of a dweeb, I do take large amounts of science on a daily basis, as it brings me much join to learn and share.

Awesome idea for a group!

Comment by Julie E on December 22, 2011 at 11:22am

Cool video. it never ceases to amaze me what smart people can accomplish. I always wished that i had more intelligence when it came to the sciences. thanks for sharing the video.

Comment by Julie E on December 22, 2011 at 11:04am

Hello Cane, thanks for the invite !


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