Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire|成吉思汗和蒙古帝国

Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire|成吉思汗和蒙古帝国

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Division of Wissenschaft|人类学问划分

Division of Wissenschaft|人类学问划分

According to my theory, branches of human endeavor (which I could not find a better word than ‘Wissenschaft‘ in German) are classified into the following categories.   Dai: Wissenschaft as Sciences and Arts   I. SCIENCES Definition: Studies of the logos. (a) Linguistic Sciences: Studies of the proper way of expressing our ideas and concretizing them …

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Battling Procrastination: 0 Neuroscience|战延・零 神经科学武装

Battling Procrastination: 0 Neuroscience|战延・零 神经科学武装

Battle 0 is about arming ourselves with some most basic yet useful ideas in neuroscience, which I copied directly from the book. 战记零是用一些简单但是意义深远的神经科学常识武装自己。内容来自书的第七章。这段名词较多,也没有复杂的表达,因此不作翻译。 Chapter 7 Current Neuroscience – The Big Ideas 7.1 BIG IDEA #1: YOUR BRAIN IS CONSTANTLY CHANGING (Mar. 15, 2015) (1) Neuroplasticity. “your brain is a dynamic, living system that is constantly …

Battling Procrastination: A Useful Book|开始一场战役 介绍一本好书

Battling Procrastination: A Useful Book|开始一场战役 介绍一本好书

Starting today, I will write on my war against a longtime nemesis and friend of mine, and very likely also of yours – PROCRASTINATION. These posts are mostly based on and inspired by a book named ‘Procrastination: Why you do it, what to do about it now’ by Doctresses Burka and Lenora (Da Capo Press, 2008). …

科学何以进化成现代科学|How Science Came Into Being

科学何以进化成现代科学|How Science Came Into Being

Teaching is so much fun. 代课主要是因为穷。不过苦中作乐,我现在也开始学着遵守新教伦理,做什么事就想办法努力把它做好。 The first class was about some basic math knowledge. Before jumping to the actual content, I inspired students with the following. ‘Science was interesting to everyone, say Michio-Kaku or Neil-deGrasse-Tyson science, before when it comes to the math part. Calculus is a torture to many of you. We all …

My Philosophy of Science

My Philosophy of Science

Since long, I’ve been feeling it my vocation to analyze (top-down) and reconstruct (bottom-up) the fundamental rules governing everything in our universe. Although I am well-apprised of the possibilities that those platonic guiding principles, existing as self-derived and self-dependent entities might not, at all, be perceptible to any generation of man-made sensors.  For a person of science, the first thing …

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创建科大精神

创建科大精神

This article was written in my sophomore year to participate in an essay contest celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology held by MSSS on December 1, 2011. It won the second prize by the panel of judges comprising officials and professors from the university. I would like to express …

About Me

About Me

I’m Yu-xiao DAI (pronounced like You-shall DIE. No kidding), a current postgraduate student concentrated in astrophysics at the Department of Physics, New York University. In 1994, I was born in the city of Xi’an – the starting point of the Silk Road – where the eastern civilization once culminated around 800 AD. The city, which was known …

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