Learn to Create Experiments
I am often asked:
“How do you think of so many experiments?”
“Do you think you will ever run out of ideas?”
No, I will never run out of ideas. It is not that I am a super teacher, it is because I am always observing, asking questions, and looking for fun ways to explain things.
When you do the same body motion again and again you develop muscle memory. When I first used a type writer, I had to search around for the keys. After repeated practice I type now without looking at the keys. I developed muscle memory and do not have to think about where to move my fingers for each key. I wasn’t born with the ability to type any more than I was born with the ability to design experiments. Both were developed by repeated practice.
Interesting science facts intrigue me. I am thrilled when I can think of ways to represent these facts. While I can not teach you to have my passion for science, I can teach you how to exercise your brain so that you can think like a science writer. In fact, this training is exactly what science is all about. Those who master these skills have valuable tools necessary for success in science as well as life.