Recently I figured out that while I may not be an expert on anything in particular, I AM more knowledgeable about science than most of the people out there on the internet. This is only because I’ve studied the subject and they have, presumably, studied something else.
For this reason, the idea of writing science articles occurred to me and Yan over at GeeksAreSexy.net (or [GAS] as he calls it) has been gracious enough to let me try my hand at it. Thus far I am calling the column “Science is Sexy” as a play on the site’s name. The response has been very warm for the most part and some of the articles have garnered great interest and praise from the readers.
Here are the first three that I have gotten from brain to keyboard to blog:
- Science is Sexy: “The Cure for Cancer”
- Science is Sexy: What is Swine Flu? How Does an Animal Disease Spread to a Human Host?
- Science is Sexy: Will the Large Hadron Collider Blow Us Up?
The last one was kind of a challenge because I’m really no physicist. For the moment I may stick with either general science or bioscience topics. If you have any requests I’d love to hear them (though I can’t promise anything…my knowledge is more limited than people expect).