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Monthly Archives: January 2024

Repetition Tempo for Muscular Hypertrophy

Written by: Andrew D. Katson Introduction  Hypertrophy-focused resistance training, whether it be with body weight, bands, or barbells, is an effective way to improve bone health, mobility, and muscular strength and size. This form of exercise has both aesthetic and practical uses in day-to-day life.

The Last Spark: Unveiling the Mysteries of Terminal Lucidity

Written by: Abhinav Anne Intrigued by the profound contemplations of religion, philosophy, and literature on the conscious experience of dying, science has recently directed substantial attention toward unraveling the mysteries of death. The relentless pursuit of medical advancements, particularly the advent of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

The Science of Dreams

Written by: Chad Park Dreams are a phenomenon that has intrigued humanity for centuries. Dreams captivate our nights, naturally leading to questions about their origins, function, and meaning. Dreams are a puzzling concept, with fascinating foundations for their existence, potential roles in cognitive processes, and

How Our Environment Shapes Our Genes

A product of the interplay between environmental factors and genetics, the emerging field of epigenetics has unveiled fascinating layers of complexity in the inheritance of traits and the evolutionary process. Epigenetics, the study of heritable traits and changes in cell function that occur without altering

Explaining the Properties of the Real Numbers

Written by: Karthik Prasad   The real numbers are something every math student is familiar with—after all, they are the numbers that make up the real world itself. However, we often take the existence and structure of these numbers for granted. We will discuss the