Thursday, May 24, 2012

Scientific Journals - Bringing the Fringe Into the Fray, Drawing Some Lines in Shades of Gray

Usually, our educational medical team has always been above the arena, it has been a strong stone you could believe in, or has it always been an illusion? The purpose I ask this in excellent trust is because what we are studying nowadays seems to disprove many of the concepts of last night. Therefore one has to ask if what are we studying nowadays and recognizing as reality will be details we discover wasn't quite so precise as upcoming times goal forth? How can we believe in scientists, analysis documents, universities, and even the medical magazines which declare strong fellow evaluation reality checking? Let's discuss this.

On Aug 25, 2012 there was an exciting item in the Walls Road Publication titled; "Journals Position Program Roils Research," by Gautam Naik which talks about how medical magazines works to activity the ranking system which qualities the medical credibility of those magazines. It seems that when a medical journal creases a analysis document they are reduced in the ranking system, but if they don't they don't reduce their port, even though they've affected their reliability you see. If analysis documents which appear in a particular journal are extremely mentioned, their ranking goes up, but now people are stating documents to help magazines improve built.

Also, the ranking product is obviously used by scientists and scientists to help them select what to study, because well, they can't study everything in their area, no one can, or they wouldn't have here we are at their own analysis you see. So, if one analysis journal is more study, obviously it will be more mentioned, significant catch-22 isn't it? Now some magazines are asking their analysis scientists to report other perform already released in their magazines as a wink-wink to getting released too. Now it's a free-for-all.

You know, as a Think Container creator, I have always been difficult on universities which appears on the stand of leaders, declaring to be of the highest reliability - it basically isn't so. That's okay attorneys tell us the same factor, so sincere and all that you know?

Now I think I comprehend why so many documents ornamented the impact of man-made C02 contamination in our environment for their climatic change plan. If you keep with the cause team and everyone points out each other, then you must all be appropriate, so you all get released. That's a actual issue.

Recently had written an content on another issue, this one about the factor that so many analysis documents were being placed on the internet without schedules, often due to being brought out of magazines and placed independently on the internet, or drawn from symposiums, yet published as standalones with little time period. Having little time period creates it challenging to report.

With all the query represents nowadays, I ask what medical analysis can you trust? How much misdirection is placed intentionally into the medical team by dark projects? How many of the scientists are willing to fudge figures, details, and declare analysis they didn't actually finish just so they can remain up on the game; in the post or die globe of academia? It's come to the factor now, that I don't believe in a rattling one of them.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Cool Math

Math is one of the most misunderstood subjects in the world. When you try to teach a child to learn math, they would get a puzzled look, as they are trying to process of how numbers work and how problems add up. My daughter, when she started learning math, she would have a hard time trying to visualize how math problems add up or take away. It took a lot of time and hard work just to get her to understand how math works. My wife and I came up with a plan to have our daughter set some goals and once she accomplished those goals, then she would get rewarded for her efforts. But we did not leave her by herself to accomplish this feat alone. We had to be there every step of the way, encouragement and giving praises to her for a job well done. Just before the end of the school year, her third grade class just started doing division problems, and the look on her face just said it all. Her usual complaints of, "I can't do this," or "this is too hard," once again was heard throughout the house.

Last week, I started practicing division problems with her, but she would not ask questions of about certain problems, all she would do is put her head on the table and start complaining. It took me a little bit to come up with a solution to help her understand of how division works. Then about 20 minutes later, as I can recall, she started to do some of the practice problems the way that I showed her, then, she caught on. The way that I showed her is that you take the first number in the problem, let's say 20 and it's divided by 4 equals to what number. Put it in multiplication form like this 4 x? = 20, and then she realized how easy division is. It takes a lot of patience and understanding of what a child is going through and putting it in a way that they can understand it.

Math has always been a passion for me, even as a little kid. It wasn't until that I got to college and enrolled in pre-calculus, then, the problems started arising. I was so filled with pride that I can do math in my head with ease that I started to forget the basic principles of algebra. I struggled for most of the semester and then came the most difficult decision of all, I withdrew from the course. After another attempt at the class, I had the same problem again. It wasn't until later that I developed a plan that will help me succeed in my math courses.