The Nature of Reality: Are we living in a simulation?

Written by Radoslav Serafimov “I think therefore I am.” This is possibly the most well-known argument that philosophy has produced in its entire existence. The one who vocalized this thought was the French philosopher René Descartes, who then went on to create something called the “brain in the jar” theory. The theory proposes that one’s … More The Nature of Reality: Are we living in a simulation?

What does it all mean? The science behind sleep and dreams.

Written by: Monique Joy Raranga A few days ago, I woke up from a dream where I attended a gig in Glasgow. It was essentially a scene from pre-lockdown life months ago, featuring uni friends I hadn’t seen in a while and the standard post-gig conversations on the walk home. Later on, I had another … More What does it all mean? The science behind sleep and dreams.

Migraines: the gender bias behind one of the world’s most debilitating conditions

At seven years old, feeling your eyesight disappear into TV static is terrifying. At the age of 20, with the weight of thirteen years of knowledge of what comes next, it is somehow even worse. It starts very subtly, suddenly I notice I can’t see my friend’s nose even though the rest of their face … More Migraines: the gender bias behind one of the world’s most debilitating conditions