What is the GRE Test? – Part II

Previously, I discussed the basic answer to the question of what is the GRE test. The second part will be focused more on the particularities of the test. What Is a Section-Adaptive Exam? There are two types of tests, the computer-adaptive test and the section-adaptive test. The computer-adaptive test assigns the level of difficulty for … Continue reading What is the GRE Test? – Part II

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A “Normal Day” for C.S. Lewis

"We now settled into a routine which has ever since served in my mind as an archetype, so that what I still mean when I speak of a 'normal' day (and lament that normal days are so rare) is a day of the Bookham pattern." - pg. 172, Surprised by Joy A habit I had … Continue reading A “Normal Day” for C.S. Lewis

Why is there Something Rather than Nothing? ~ A Brief Overview

Summary: The general question often asked is, “Why is there something rather than nothing?” but I believe this question is misleading because it fails to distinguish between two tightly-knitted questions: “Why does there exist something rather than nothing?” and “Why is there this thing rather than some other thing?” A few arguments have been presented … Continue reading Why is there Something Rather than Nothing? ~ A Brief Overview

How do we Measure Space and Time ~ A Brief Overview

Summary: The question concerning our metrics of Space and Time could be rephrased by asking the quite conventionalist question, “What provides us the most stability between measurements of space and time?” And to answer this question, I believe it is best to begin by addressing the problems concerning the measurements of space and time (intuitive … Continue reading How do we Measure Space and Time ~ A Brief Overview