In order to finish some essays, I have been digging through my archives painstakingly. Here’s a trivial find.
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I was trained for physics Olympiad. I had a great teacher and an amazing cohort. Those are distant now, and yet my high-school physics adventures have influenced my character profoundly still: devotion, imagination, patience and confidence prevail in my academic life. Here’s a poem from October, 2013, not long after my first high school physics … More Starry Night #1
I didn’t have time to check today’s WordPress prompt – what should I write then? Oh, I played through the Co-op mode of Portal 2 with a local friend on Saturday. It’s a party event for which those few words makes a sufficient memorandum. I either possess poor people skills or don’t possess any people skills – down … More Pulling the Puzzles Apart 03: At the Lab?
Time up for a second. This post used to be encrypted.
If you see a hovering DeLorean parked besides a TARDIS USB hub on my desk and a backup hard drive (no, you won’t be let in my lab), you’ll know how much in a sense I once got fascinated by that idea. Time travel. … I had a peculiarly peculiar feeling, about fading away, and … More Time’s Friend 03: Travels in Time
Congrats to myself on not losing the perfect GPA in the first year, and on being a good friend of time.