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Joined Oct 12, 2020

The Fermi Paradox

The Fermi Paradox states that given the technological advancement and imperialistic desires of human beings who live in a fairly young planetary system, aliens from other highly advanced star systems should have visited earth already and even conquered the Milky Way galaxy if they desired.

As that has(apparently) not happened yet, the Fermi Paradox, initially quoted by Italian physicist Enrico Fermi, hypothesized that there are no advanced civilizations in our galaxy.

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Problem Solving


Reflective practice is vital for improvement

Reflective practice helps you to improve and develop. It involves deliberately analysing your experiences and actions.

For example:

  • An athlete thinks about what mistakes they made during a training session, then consider ways to avoid those mistakes in the future.
  • A student reflects on how they studied for a test, how they performed, and then figure out how to study more effectively.

Statistics is using math to do technical analysis of data. Instead of guesstimating, data helps us get concrete and factual information.

The most widely used statistical concept in data science is called Statistical Features. It includes important measurements like bias, variance, mean, median and percentiles. It’s all code-friendly too.

Ditch Your Learning Style

Learning styles (visual, auditory etc.) have actually little impact on our ability to learn.

The best way to learn depends on what you’re trying to learn in the first place. The key is to interact with the information. Using multiple sources will help you with this. Don't stick to books alone—gather relevant videos, podcasts, movies, and blogs as well.

Warren Buffett

“Read 500 pages like this every day. That’s how knowledge works. It builds up, like compound interest. All of you can do it, but I guarantee not many of you will do it.”

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