“The authors examined the high points of the careers of both great inventors and Nobel-Prize winning scientists, and they found that the late 30s were the sweet spot for strokes of genius.”
Aren’t I glad to read this, as my cake day looms on the horizon.
Here’s a short test post to celebrate the de-icing of this blog, offline for a long time.
Taken from Grands Montets, right beneat the Aiguille Verte. Mont Dolent in the background.
Saint Auban, October 2011.
…rather than roaming the plains around an Asian megalopolis on a road bike. Taken somewhere near Como, circa 1995.
About scientific knowledge as opposed to artistic sensitivity, in perceiving "the excitement, the mystery and the awe of a flower". As told by Richard P. Feynman.