Today my paper “Do Time-Asymmetric Laws call for Time-Asymmetric Spacetime Structure?” was published in the journal Disputatio. I’m extremely excited to announce this publication for two main reasons. The first is that this paper is one of my favorites. It points out a leap in logic that a lot of philosophers of physics seem happy to … More Time Asymmetries and Disputatio
I should have written this post over a month ago, but the last month (or several) have been pretty busy in my neck of the woods. The end of April saw the end of Mind Bubble’s Spring 2017 semester and first year in operation! By the end of the semester we were running three tutoring … More Mind Bubble Spring 2017 Wrap-up (1.5 months late)
Mind Bubble’s Catan for Cheaters tournament is a week away! Several local businesses have donated fantastic prizes for whichever of our six competitors comes out on top next Saturday. If you haven’t already, I strongly advise you to check out Mind Bubble’s website for more on our tournament participants (including their plans for the island … More Catan for Cheaters Countdown
Mind Bubble is following up its successful Fall 2016 fundraiser with something new and different for the spring: we’ll be hosting a Settlers of Catan tournament (with a twist) for folks in the metro Atlanta area. Settlers of Catan, for the uninitiated, is a popular board game created in Germany in 1995 where 3-4 players compete … More Mind Bubble Spring Fundraiser: Catan for Cheaters!
Things at Mind Bubble have been busy recently – so busy, in fact, that I haven’t had the chance to update my site with Mind Bubble news since 2016! Whoops! Tutoring resumed in late January 2017 after our winter break, and we added a new Sunday tutoring session staffed by community volunteers. So far, the … More Volunteer Tutors Needed!
My first short story sale, a near-future flash fiction piece called “Echoes“, has been published on Every Day Fiction. Check it out and let me know what you think!
This is my first blog. This may be a strange thing for someone of my generation to admit, but it’s true nonetheless. I missed out on the Livejournal craze back in high school (though I’m glad to see George R.R. Martin keeping that platform alive), never had a Myspace page, and have never posted anything … More Statement of Purpose