Tim Chapman

New Providence, IA, United States

About Tim

Bio

I'm 16, but just because I am a young man does not mean I do not grasp concepts that are much greater than I. In the last few years I have learned and excelled in Chemistry, and I have always been interested in Science, and the implications, and the many great things that can be brought about by it.I enjoy learning new things and I can easily grasp new, and difficult concepts, as well as being able to imagine objects, and ideas in a multidimensional plane.

Languages

English

An idea worth spreading

Cloning, and Printing organs, as well as a concept that I have constructed. It includes genetic therapy, as well as genetic engineering, in a way to be able to give certain cells in a humans body regenerative properties, such as brain cells, and the cilia in the ears.

I'm passionate about

Chemistry, Quantum Physics, and Scientific ethical debates.

Talk to me about

Chemistry, Genetics, Space Travel, Quantum Mechanics, and Wavelengths of light and Sound.

Comments & conversations

201644
Tim Chapman
Posted almost 2 years ago
Is depression merely a keyword for a much larger field?
I agree that, yes, medication can be considered a crutch, but it can also be considered a tool that the user can manipulate to achieve a desired outcome. It is like using a screwdriver, but when the screw is loose, you use your hand to either tighten it, or loosen it, but when that action becomes difficult, you need a tool that can make the job possible. I myself suffer from depression, and I believe that even though I don't like taking medication, I need it, and it has made a significant difference in the way i feel and think, and my ability to function in a near normal way. And in reference to Yoka's comment on not being born with depression, I believe that while that is true, genetics can play a large role in the fact that you can be more vulnerable to having depression. It is a combination of both nature and nurture, which together cause many mental-related issues.