1. The news posted on the Popular science webpage is much shorter than the news with the same contents on the Georgia Tech news website, which contains times of paragraphs of the former. 2. The audience of the two news are different. The audience of the Popsci one are more likely to be common people, … Continue reading The difference between ROBOT REPLICATES HOW OUR ANCESTORS FIRST WALKED ON LAND and Robot Helps Study How First Land Animals Moved 360 Million Years Ago
Dylan: Competent Vijay: Competent for other, developing for stance. I learned that sometimes for a preliminary writer, it is difficult to describe the differences between cultures very clearly and deliver the emotions within the essays. But I still think it's an interesting thing to do. I believe as I develop, I can make it one … Continue reading Peer Review–Spinning Science
Before starting the Spinning Science project, I thought we would came to learn much about how to use visual and non-verbal resources from the material to find out the useful appliance of science in rhetorical technique and persuading people. But as I looked for a fitted ad to do the project, I find that, in … Continue reading Reflection to Spinning Science project
The video in the link is a Chinese tv commercial about a fertilizer additive, called “Jinkela”. There is a whole series of commercials about Jinkela. This one is the episode that focuses on science.Link to the video The way I got to know this commercial is special. Two years ago, I watched the whole series … Continue reading Spinning Science
The ad I choose is a tv commercial in China about a kind of fertilizer additive, called “Jinkela(Chinese name: 金坷垃)”. It is one in a whole series of commercials, and is the one that focuses on science. The way I get to know this commercial is kind of special. Two years ago, I watched the … Continue reading Introduction of My Spinning Science
“Cancer research, genetics, …… new drug testing and more are studied in mice and rats in the questionable hope that what applies to rodents will apply to humans.”, “Projects such as these have tremendously increased the number of mice and rats used in experimentation and, unfortunately, will continue to do so.”, “Nature did not intend … Continue reading Why not use mice in researches?
Eli Kintisch is genuinely not the first ones who write about scientist, about climate changes, about academic conflicts, about a great scientist. But the story he wrote is still impressive. Not only because the achievement Francis made, but also because the style of his rhetorics. First of all, we must say Jennifer Francis is … Continue reading About Into the Maelstrom and Eli Kintisch
This is my common first week video. Enjoy! URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJ1AZMNVROE Reflection: Question 1: Descibe your process. which steps did you find most effective? Least? Printing the pictures was the most effective step, because it can send my information to the viewers most directly, and audience will understand me much more easily. But at the same … Continue reading Common First Week Video & reflection
Hello, I’m Victor, a freshman in Georgia Tech, majoring in Applied Mathematics. I’m from Qingdao, a beautiful coastal city in east China. Some people at first glance may feel strange about my major, why did I choose Applied Mathematics, especially in such a hell of engineers? The impression mathematics has on people is a group … Continue reading Welcome!