Weeknotes - 3
Here we are in April and more than a quarter of 2019 has passed.
I have been trying to get back on my training routine and it has not been easy. I barely made it to 14Km this week. That’s total of 1h and 34m of exercise.
Yesterday, I visited Singapore Science Center. A bit overwhelming. I read so many things, saw so many installations. But, at the end I was only able to retain a minuscule of those information. What stood out was the difference between “Hypothesis”, “Theory” and “Rule.”
A hypothesis is a tentative explanation that can be tested by further investigation. A theory is a well-supported explanation of observations. A rule is a statement that summarizes the relationship between variables. In a nutshell, theory is just a more refined hypothesis and can be disproven.
The stealer of the show was the fire tornado (pictured above). I hadn’t seen anything like that before. The tornado was being created by nothing but openings at the base of the fire chamber that pointed in the same direction.
Written on April 07, 2019 in Singapore← All writings