Running down the Fire Exit

We, the outrages and dressed-to-kill queers, were flighting back the deeply-rooted heterosexual hegemony and spreading the idea of gender inclusion by being seen - yet the best we do now is fleeing on the stairs.…

Man Path, Weed Sea

In 1989, a new plant was discovered on the M50 highway in Worcester, England. It's Cochlearia Danica, also known as Danish scurvygrass, a tiny weed in the family Brassicaceae, described by Linnaeus more than 200 years ago…

A Shallow Dive into Private-Key Encryptions

We have the illusion that, as long as the key exchange was done securely, Private-Key, also known as Symmetric Cryptography, is solidly safe; if we ever introduce Public-Key or Asymmetric Cryptography to exchange private keys, then we are unbreakable.…

With or Without Borders in Science

> This is a reflective article targeting the following comment made by Sivin, serving as the term paper for In Dialogue with Nature. > “So long as there is variation of such magnitude in the balance between the cognitive, practical, normative, and social dimensions of science, such words as “international” and “universal”…

Home Coming

Then I walked up the steps and plunged headlong into the glare of lightlessness.…