The things that are “essential” allow provide food for the body, the things that are “nonessential” provide food for the soul. Here is a case for why my profession is “real.”
What does “The World Is My Oyster!” really mean? Hint: It’s not what you think!
The platypus is a semi-aquatic egg-laying mammal that’s only native to Eastern Australia. And oh yeah, the males are poisonous! We took a trip up to The Platypus House in Tasmania to learn more about these fascinating creatures.
Is American politics completely irrational? Lew Askegaard is back to chat about politics and the brain to help us make sense of it all.
Why are so many humans afraid of bugs and spiders? I dive into what the research says and share my personal account of an epic battle with a New York City cockroach.
What makes french fries “French?” Both France and Belgian claim to be the inventors of the french fry, and I dive into both sides to find out who is right!
New York City has taken me on quite the journey. It’s been amazing, terrible, uplifting, and defeating. And I’d do it all again.
Is Joe Biden’s Free College plan absolute genius or incredibly stupid? The academia expert (and my dad), Lew, weighs in.
Are kangaroos friend or food? I dive into both sides of the kangaroo industry here!
Appearance matters. It always has, and it always will. From admiring the biggest, burliest hunter 20,000 years ago, to bowing down to a gold-laden queen at the turn of the millennium, to double tapping a post on Instagram, homo sapiens have always put stock in external appearance. Tastes shift to match changing values, and today…