Essays | Many Shades of Scaling

The Mouse to Elephant Curve – Dinner with Thomas Robert Malthus – The Kidney of Your Business – COVID-19 and the Intellectuals – In Case you are Wondering, Nero killed Saint Peter and Paul – Virtue-cum-Ethics Scaling Abstract: Friends, in this eclectic essay, I explored the implication of scaling in 1) metabolism/biology 2) business 3) Read More


Fiction | Metabolites, Carnivals and Cancers

In between his works at his A.I. company, his biotech company, and numerous public lectures, he taught an Integrated Science class every fall at Itiwo Schools. Dr. Asanmu was a polymath for sure. One moment he is seen sitting down with bishop-philosophers discussing the intricacies of Thomism and Augustinianism, the next minute he is seen Read More


CRISPR: Can we get a Boy with a Blue Eye, and Pink Lips?

Golem of Prague – CRISPR Craze –  Designer babies will accelerate global warming Golem of Prague Around the 16th century in Prague, the Jewish community was under brutal anti-Semitic attacks under the rule of the Holy Roman Emperor, Rudolf II. Judah Loew ben Bezalel (Maharal) was the rabbi of Prague at the time. He couldn’t Read More



Cédric Villani is a French mathematician, who was awarded the Fields Medal in 2010 (one of the highest award in the field of mathematics). He specializes in partial differential equations, Riemannian geometry and mathematical physics. I recently listened to his talk at the Royal institution on the birth of ideas. It’s a pretty neat talk, Read More


On Good Ideas (and Errors)

   “…IT’S PRETTY OBVIOUS, THE MIDDLE TOP IS THE SWEET SPOT” Benjamin Franklin wrote: “Perhaps the history of the errors of mankind, all things considered, is more valuable and interesting than that of their discoveries…” In the same vein, the British economist William Stanley Jevons also said the following words, “In all probability the errors Read More