I hadn’t listened to or made any music videos using Kevin MacLeod’s music in a while. So, I decided to check out his new music. Among his new pieces was a slow and enchanting, yet almost haunting song. It had a somber ambiance with very few moving parts except for an oral portion. The singing … Continue reading Battle: Send for the Horses by Kevin MacLeod
This is a music video for Kevin MacLeod’s song Adventure Meme. Sometime before I made this video I searched for 8-bit music. Every now and then, I get an appetite for old Nintendo, the original NES, game music. If I remember correctly, I listened to some music on YouTube like music from Ninja Gaiden III; … Continue reading 8-Bit Adventure: Adventure Meme by Kevin MacLeod
I made a video based on a review article discussing some factors that influence I.Q. and what I.Q. tests actually measure. Below are links to the videos and a transcript. https://youtu.be/x2q92E3Hf9g https://vimeo.com/229406771 IQ which stands for “intelligence quotient” is a score used to quantify a person’s level of intelligence based on standardized tests. Two … Continue reading Factors That Affect I.Q.
I made a video discussing what MECP2 duplication syndrome is. Below are links to the video as well as a transcript of the video. https://youtu.be/QUyJnqmIOpk https://vimeo.com/228488126 What is MECP2 Duplication Syndrome? MECP2 Duplication Syndrome is a genetic disorder primarily seen in males that causes several symptoms such as autism, intellectual disability, motor dysfunction, delayed growth, … Continue reading What is MECP2 Duplication Syndrome?
I was listening to Malcolm Gladwell’s podcast Revisionist History Season 2 episode 3, Miss Buchanan's Period Of Adjustment, which is about school integration, when a few thoughts stuck with me. Who were the people that objected to their schools becoming integrated? Who were those people in those black and white photos standing outside of schools … Continue reading How Do You Reduce the Racial Inequality Gap?
Why I Chose this Book I once searched for the most influential books of all time. I figured that would be a good list to check off some books. At the top or one of the top books was The I Ching. Sometime later, I went to the library. Among the religion section or Ancient … Continue reading Review of The Original I Ching: An Authentic Translation of the Book of Changes by Margaret Pearson