Author Archives: Noah Buyon

The Martians’ Language

You may have heard of Enrico Fermi. If you haven’t, let me introduce him: he’s the genius who created the world’s first working nuclear reactor. He also lent his name to a paradox that, in 1950, put into words a question … Continue reading

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Reading Budapest

In just a few short days, I leave for Budapest, Hungary to begin a semester’s worth of study and travel. With my month-and-a-half-long vacation coming to a merciful end (I say “merciful” because I contracted cabin fever about, I don’t know, … Continue reading

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