2020 has been deadly. As I prepared for this video, deaths from COVID-19 passed the 1.1 million mark worldwide. We have had almost 9,000 deaths in Canada. But as I have said many times, ...

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Many folks claim to be experts. Some are legitimate and others, well, not so much. Often, folks say they’re experts to prop up speculation. After all, who’d challenge an expert? Last week, one of ...

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This week, more lessons from 2020Sometimes our feelings of urgency drive us act quickly but delay reaching our goals. I am not saying we should put off urgent action. That sort of delay can ...

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Science is under attack!  I remember when I first fell in love with science and math. My father was a public relations officer at the Chalk River Nuclear Laboratories, a place where I later ...

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​As an engineer, I am careful with numbers. Precision is important in my work. It can make the difference between life and death. So, I have a natural inclination towards precision, reinforced through forty ...

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Today the alarming turmoil of 2020 and confirmation bias. We have all shared the turmoil and crisis of 2020. This year exposed a lot of old wounds. As we move to the new normal, ...

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