One: Mr. J
I learnt of a story, told to me by a friend, he said he had asked a scientist
Friends, over the next months, I will be writing a blog series titled ‘Philosophical Morsels’.
As the name hints, it’s going
Over the summer, I visited Seattle in Washington State to present the progress of one of my doctorate research projects
A (Short) Productivity Treatise
Free Time is De-Motivating – How to Stretch Your sp – Emails are Not Good For Your
Subtitle: Judging What We Do Not Know
This Low-Carb Thingy, My Keto Flu – 9/11 Averted by a US Politician –
The books I am reading (and going to read) this summer, covers a large swath of fields – anthropology, mathematics,
I don’t know them.
I just stumbled on them in the bar.
I don't know their names too, but they looked very
(Photo Credit: Supashegs Olusegun Aderinto)
[The presidential election in Nigeria is less than a year away, and like many Nigerians, I
Don’t Follow Your Passion – Technology is Amoral – We Are All Bags of Biases – A Mexican and a
There is a popular saying amongst the people of the Yoruba tribe in West Africa, it goes thus:
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I like to write on my birthdays. Two of such writings I have published on this blog: 25 lessons at
Dear Blog readers,
Thanks to a friend, I got to know recently that readers don't get notification of my replies to
(The Deposition by Raphael (1507))
I promised to write the essay version of the sermon I delivered at church two Sundays
The last time I delivered a sermon, I was about nine, if my memory serves me right. Though, I have
The Genesis of Inequality – The Failed Promises of Food Production – The Superbugs – The Advent of Social Media
Obama’s Scientists – Why are Probiotics so ineffective? – Lunch with a Biochemistry Professor – On Drones and Bombs
Anytime I miss my daily pills (typically in form of a physical book), I feel (very) feverish.
This is the product
A good place to start is education
It is common knowledge that the best investment for a nation’s growth is in
Three essays ago, I wrote about the old Oyo empire, a 14th-19th century empire in West Africa. This video essay