What I read in February 2019 (ENG)

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In February 2019, I read 6 books, 4 of which delighted me:

Włam się do mózgu. Radosław Kotarski (book not available in English so far)

Before writing “Break into the brain”, Radosław Kotarski had read numerous articles and scientific books on learning methods, which he then tested himself. The conclusions of this amazing experiment are contained in this addictive book. It presents 13 learning methods with such graceful names as “the boxing master’s method” or “the memory palace method”.

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What I read in January 2019 (ENG)

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styczen — kopia

In 2019, I read 60 books, mainly e-books. It’s time to tell about them, this time in a different form than in the case of the literary summary of 2018. This time I want to write more about each book I read, so separate posts for each month of the last year will work better.

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To trust in science (ENG)

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So far I have only written about my hobbies on this blog. However, there are other topics that I consider very important, such as the value of science and trust in it.

The value of science

Humanity has traveled a long way from hunting mammoths to space flights. However, the pace of our development over the centuries has not been constant. It has accelerated since the seventeenth century, when the first scientific societies, such as the Academy of Sciences Leopoldina, the Royal Society and the French Academy of Sciences were settled.

Seal of Leopoldina. Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Academia_Caesarea_Leopoldino-Carolina_Naturae_Curiosorum.jpg (public domain)

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