Now, you may be wondering what a math and science guy like Jason has to do with our beloved Tesla, but let me tell you, he’s a diehard fan just like the rest of us. He even got himself a Model Y back in January 2021 and hasn’t stopped raving about it since. But who do we have to really thank for our Teslas? At the end of the day, a lot of really hard working and smart math and science students!
I know that math and science can be pretty daunting subjects. But Jason’s online videos and tutoring courses will make it feel easy. They’re great for brushing up on some calculus that you may have forgotten (hey, we’ve all been there), and can really help you succeed in computer science and a number of other fields. If you want to change the world, a good foundation of math and science is probably a prerequisite.
Now, we can already hear some of you saying, “But Whole Mars, I’m not a student. Why would I need help with math and science?” Well, let us tell you, math and science are everywhere. They’re in our daily lives, our jobs, and even in our Teslas! Sure we have computers, but you don’t want your brain to turn to mush… do you? Why not give your brain a little workout, just like old times? So whether you’re looking to sharpen your skills for personal or professional reasons, or you’re a parent looking for some help for your kids who are in school, MathAndScience.com has got you covered.
Let’s give a big shoutout to our friend Jason Gibson and his awesome website, MathAndScience.com. Head on over there and check it out for yourself. Who knows, you may just find your new favorite way to nerd out. I love telling people about all the cool stuff people in the Tesla community are working on so we can support other’s projects. Huge thanks to Jason Gibson for supporting Whole Mars this week, and please go check out his website!
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