Born On A Blue Day, by Daniel Tammet | Quintillion Ripenings

I read this a while ago and am reading it again for this site. Daniel Tammet He is an autistic savant from England who has synesthesia, which is a medical condition that lets him visualize different shapes based on any auditory imput. In his case, he was able to visualize shapes from numbers, which wasContinue reading “Born On A Blue Day, by Daniel Tammet | Quintillion Ripenings”

“Shaq Uncut,” by Shaquille O’Neal | Quintillion Ripenings

I just might write an entire series of articles dedicated to Shaq and his numerous extracurricular pursuits. Shaquille O’Neal He is a famous NBA player who played from the Lakers to the Celtics. Amidst all of the injuries and the backlash from the audience and the media, he managed to continue maintaining a million-dollar careerContinue reading ““Shaq Uncut,” by Shaquille O’Neal | Quintillion Ripenings”

“Imhotep,” by Jamieson B. Hurry | Polymath Studies

I would hope that there would be more information about Imhotep as soon as more discoveries are made. Plot This is a short book detailing the life of Imhotep (as far as it is known) as well as the influence that he had which resulted in him being worshiped as a demigod, then a god,Continue reading ““Imhotep,” by Jamieson B. Hurry | Polymath Studies”

“Leonardo da Vinci,” by Walter Isaacson | Polymath Studies

I am looking forward to reading more from Walter Isaacson, since he knows how to write about innovators. Plot This is the biography of the life and achievements of Italian thinker Leonardo da Vinci; specifically documenting the achievements that live after him and into popular culture and any rich person’s or collector’s possession. Themes ObservationContinue reading ““Leonardo da Vinci,” by Walter Isaacson | Polymath Studies”

“Ronald Ross,” by Edwin R. Nye and Mary E. Gibson | Polymath Studies

Since this is being posted amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, I would hope that this gives any reader hope.

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