Two stories and a blog up on Scienceline (several more coming soon).
A few conclusions I have reached:
1. From now on, every difficult task is energizing. I have heaps of self control. And a will of steel. (I just gotta repeat this often enough and it'll be true, I swear)
2. "Scientific articulacy" is a pretty cool term. I think we should adopt it.
3. Apparently every shoe recommendation I've ever read in Runner's World is wrong. I should really stop buying those expensive Asics Kayanos. Sigh.
The Reins of Self Control: Changing your expectations could change your willpower
December 15, Scienceline
Scientists, Get Political: To move forward on climate change, the illusory boundary between science and politics must come down
November 17, Scienceline
No Glass Slipper for Runners: Current running shoe recommendations won’t protect you from injury
November 16, Scienceline