Saturday, September 24, 2011


So, I was just listening to my iTunes music library, and I came across one of the few Symphony of Science songs that I have in it. It reminded me why I love science, and where we all came from on an atomic scale. It made me feel all connected to everything around me for a brief second. The paper that I write on, the cans that hold the soda that I drink, all came from a star at some point. Not to mention me, on the atomic level. All the carbon in my body, came from some distant place at some point, which surprises me.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Life so far

So, just an update on my college life to this point. SEDS-PSB is practically created, except for finding an advisor, which I'm not sure I'd be able to do at this point in time, seeing as the guy that handles the astrophysics on campus practically shot me down. He thinks that I should combine SEDS with the astronomy club, which while possible, would mean that SEDS wouldn't be recognized as a club or official organization. In turn, that means no SGA funding. Anyways, other than that, it's been fine so far. I actually have my first calculus test later today, which is just going to be a heap of fun.

In my free time here, I'm either walking around, fixing routers, eating, or holed up in my room to study and do things l
Ike that. Some of it is alright, but sometimes the monotony gets boring and I have to find something else to do.

Behind doesn't have a huge population of women, and those that do live here are usually in some type of relationship, which really sucks for us nerdy guys, who become attracted to them very easily. In the mean time, however, I've been making tons of friends, which is the important part of college.

Anyways, I must leave you all now to get ready for my chemistry class today, so have a good one and be safe out there.