The Quantum Record is a non-profit journal of philosophy, science, technology, and time. The potential of the future is in the human mind and heart, and in the common ground that we all share on the road to tomorrow. Promoting reflection, discussion, and imagination, The Quantum Record highlights the good work of good people and aims to join many perspectives in shaping the best possible future.
James is host of Plato’s Pod, the podcast discussion of the complete works of Plato — the philosopher and geometer who wrote nearly 2,400 years ago. All are welcome to add their voices to the ongoing dialogue of discovery and philosophical curiosity.
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Meet our contributors
Our Science Writer and Editor, Mariana Meneses is a political scientist from Sergipe, Brazil.
Mariana Meneses is writer and editor of The Quantum Record. She contributes with her insightful writing and meticulous planning of thematic content for each edition.
She’s a 5th year PhD candidate in Political Science specializing in Political Behaviour, Public Opinion and Political Psychology. Her dedication to scientific inquiry and transparent communication informs her approach to working for the TQR.
By bridging the gap between academia and public discourse, she aims to inspire a deeper appreciation for the wonders of science and the importance of evidence-based reasoning.
Our Science Writer, Dr. Saulo M. Silvestre is a biologist from Sergipe, Brazil.
His research focuses on Ecology, Animal Behavior, and Conservation. In his Ph.D. thesis (2020), he studied the ecology and conservation status of the red-handed howler monkey in Amazonian savannas.
During that research, the collaboration with local communities inspired his interest in scientific divulgation.
“The unexamined life is not worth living” – Socrates