As a follow on to this week’s “I believe in science” theme, I will ask you to do three things today. I need you to watch a short video that explains Exponential growth and epidemics, another entitled, Simulating an epidemic, and then read an advance release copy of a CDC research paper entitled, “High Contagiousness and Rapid Spread of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2.” It will officially be published in Volume 26, Number 7—July 2020. Continue Reading →
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Recently, I have been very vocal about why I believe in science over political rhetoric. Some of you have questioned what I mean by “science.” When I say, “I believe in science,” I mean the scientific method, which, if you remember from middle school science class, is a statistically-controlled process (question, research, hypothesize, experiment, analyze, conclude, report) used to explore observations and answer questions. Continue Reading →
Hosting an online Seder, or virtual Seder, or a “Streaming Seder,” as we are calling ours, takes longer to explain than it does to set up. (If you are wondering what a Seder is, you can think of it as an interactive dinner party with a script.) Here’s how to make your Streaming Seder a smashing success. Continue Reading →