I hung on every word.
This interview touched me on a very personal level. I am toward the middle of my third year studying physics and need to begin thinking about what I am going to do after graduation. Of course all of my professors and peers are encouraging grad school and for the longest time that is all I wanted. But recently I have been doubting that, especially now that it is almost here. For years now I have been told “don’t go out you need to study,” or “don’t do that it will distract you from getting into grad school.” Why does our education system alienate us this way? Why is it that I am told all my efforts will go to waste if I choose not to go forward with physics of r another five years or so? Isn’t this enough? There are period of time I get nearly no sleep nearly every night in pursuit of my education. I will have done this for four years with greater fervor and passion than most can claim to ever experience themselves. I have been steered away from human interaction and I don’t agree that is acceptable. There is so much more and I feel the only way I can experience any of it with any remaining sanity is to make a leap toward something better.
I know and respect hard work. But I think maybe I need to work hard at building myself rather than a job
From chocolates and cookies to burgers to pizza, you can “print” all kinds of food with a 3-D food printer. Are 3-D-printed meals the future of food?
“The BioPen is a handheld 3D printer that can actually print bone directly onto patients during surgery.”
Illustration shows a multivalent ion bridge between polymer brushes. Single ions are seen in between the two separate polymer surfaces forced out by the larger ions. The background image shows the polymer brushes not in contact and in the presence of multivalent ions when brought together the polymer brushes tangle up with the multivalent ions forcing the single valent ions out of the polymer brush area. When the two polymer brushes are pulled apart the multivalent ions stay attached to the polymer brushes forming a multivalent ionic bridge. Ryan Allen, Institute of Molecular Engineering, U of Chicago. Via.
Ok that HAS to be Sabo. He has a frilly shirt, a top hat, and is in the revolutionary army. If that isn’t Sabo I am done
Gordon Ramsay is my favorite.
I think Oda has officially broken his entire fandom. Nobody who has read the latest chapter can possibly function for at least a few weeks. Sabo AND Koala? What is even happening D:
But Koala is a member of the revolutionary army so I guess she won’t be joining the strawhats like I had anticipated. ugh…how could Oda introduce her so casually? I almost didn’t notice it at first with the Sabo bomb being dropped just before that
This is me right now
This is my supersecret zen garden :)