A couple of years before finishing elementary school I travelled to Nicaragua with my grandmother. The main goal of the trip was for us to meet my aunt's husband's family. A play-by-play talk of the trip would require a dedicated blog post at the very least, and perhaps I'll write it at a later time. … Continue reading My love for National Geographic
Disclaimer: This not-a-review might contain spoilers for The Dark Forest by Liu Cixin. If you're not into spoilers, read no further. In previous posts I've talked very briefly about my impressions of Cixin Liu's first two of books in his Remembrance of Earth's Past trilogy. This week I read the last book of the series, … Continue reading Death’s End
Source: pixabay.com Disclaimer: This sort-of-review might contain spoilers for The Dark Forest by Liu Cixin. If you're not into spoilers, read no further. On a previous post I talked about Liu Cixin's The Three-Body Problem, the first entry of his Remembrance of Earth's Past Trilogy. In that post I talked about how I just had to … Continue reading The Dark Forest
It's been quite some time since the last time a book forced me to read it. That's right, forced me to read it. For a while now I've been hearing about how good The Three-Body Problem by Liu Cixin is. So last friday I got the audiobook version, and began listening to it at the gym. … Continue reading The Three-Body Problem
Shibe-Batsu is a blog with several goals in mind: Document my quest in trying to make sense of, and rebut fatlogic. The idea is to pick apart a fatlogic claim per week, and to do so by relying on peer-reviewed research. New posts will be published every monday morning, and an archive can be found … Continue reading So what is Shibe-Batsu?