Archive for September, 2008

Vandenberg Space Launch

Now, let’s be clear, this is a weblog of developmental cognitive neuroscience.  Still, those who know me understand that I began my undergraduate career in the aerospace engineering department.  I have loved space flight since before I could ride a bicycle.  I made a scrapbook when I was six years old that held every news […]

September 26, 2008 • Posted in: Miscellany • No Comments

The Neuroscience of Running

Just over a year ago I began running as form of regular exercise. I was looking for an outdoor activity that I could do year-round in New Hampshire and found running to be enjoyable in both warm and cold weather. It took a few weeks to (literally) get up to speed, but I have been […]

Signs You Have Been Scanning Too Much

I have no idea where it came from originally, but I ran across this list while I was cleaning my digital house the other day. It is pretty funny, but also frighteningly accurate… – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – […]

September 7, 2008 • Posted in: CogNeuro, MRI • No Comments

Quote of the Week – Feynman

“It doesn’t matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn’t matter how smart you are. If it doesn’t agree with experiment, it’s wrong” – Richard Feynman

September 3, 2008 • Posted in: Quotes • No Comments