The Quantum Red

the-bigchill-theory:

What a life it’s been. All the memories, and all of the joy I have in physics. These are my research posters that I’ve done for the past 4 years in college. 
The first one was done the summer of my freshman year doing the examination of Calcium Zirconate and Strontium Zirconate at Cornell University.
The second poster was done the summer of my junior year on the Photoluminescence of Gallium Arsinide to go to Princeton University.
The third poster is the poster I just did here at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on the Photoconductivity and Photocarrier lifetimes of Silicon. I will be presenting my work this Thursday.
I’m just now looking at these posters and have never been so happy in my life, so happy at the things I’ve done so far for it amazes me that I’ve done something to contribute into the world. Most times when people say that I’m smart, I don’t really see it. But really taking the time and seeing these projects together for the first time made me believe that I can do anything. Times like this makes me want to cry tears of joy because I finally get to do what I want and show the world what is there. I’m so thankful of being in this position. What’s next for me? Who knows? I’m just going with the flow, but hopefully it’ll be great.

Wish me luck on my presentation today!the-bigchill-theory:

What a life it’s been. All the memories, and all of the joy I have in physics. These are my research posters that I’ve done for the past 4 years in college. 
The first one was done the summer of my freshman year doing the examination of Calcium Zirconate and Strontium Zirconate at Cornell University.
The second poster was done the summer of my junior year on the Photoluminescence of Gallium Arsinide to go to Princeton University.
The third poster is the poster I just did here at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on the Photoconductivity and Photocarrier lifetimes of Silicon. I will be presenting my work this Thursday.
I’m just now looking at these posters and have never been so happy in my life, so happy at the things I’ve done so far for it amazes me that I’ve done something to contribute into the world. Most times when people say that I’m smart, I don’t really see it. But really taking the time and seeing these projects together for the first time made me believe that I can do anything. Times like this makes me want to cry tears of joy because I finally get to do what I want and show the world what is there. I’m so thankful of being in this position. What’s next for me? Who knows? I’m just going with the flow, but hopefully it’ll be great.

Wish me luck on my presentation today!the-bigchill-theory:

What a life it’s been. All the memories, and all of the joy I have in physics. These are my research posters that I’ve done for the past 4 years in college. 
The first one was done the summer of my freshman year doing the examination of Calcium Zirconate and Strontium Zirconate at Cornell University.
The second poster was done the summer of my junior year on the Photoluminescence of Gallium Arsinide to go to Princeton University.
The third poster is the poster I just did here at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on the Photoconductivity and Photocarrier lifetimes of Silicon. I will be presenting my work this Thursday.
I’m just now looking at these posters and have never been so happy in my life, so happy at the things I’ve done so far for it amazes me that I’ve done something to contribute into the world. Most times when people say that I’m smart, I don’t really see it. But really taking the time and seeing these projects together for the first time made me believe that I can do anything. Times like this makes me want to cry tears of joy because I finally get to do what I want and show the world what is there. I’m so thankful of being in this position. What’s next for me? Who knows? I’m just going with the flow, but hopefully it’ll be great.

Wish me luck on my presentation today!

the-bigchill-theory:

What a life it’s been. All the memories, and all of the joy I have in physics. These are my research posters that I’ve done for the past 4 years in college. 

  • The first one was done the summer of my freshman year doing the examination of Calcium Zirconate and Strontium Zirconate at Cornell University.
  • The second poster was done the summer of my junior year on the Photoluminescence of Gallium Arsinide to go to Princeton University.
  • The third poster is the poster I just did here at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on the Photoconductivity and Photocarrier lifetimes of Silicon. I will be presenting my work this Thursday.

I’m just now looking at these posters and have never been so happy in my life, so happy at the things I’ve done so far for it amazes me that I’ve done something to contribute into the world. Most times when people say that I’m smart, I don’t really see it. But really taking the time and seeing these projects together for the first time made me believe that I can do anything. Times like this makes me want to cry tears of joy because I finally get to do what I want and show the world what is there. I’m so thankful of being in this position. What’s next for me? Who knows? I’m just going with the flow, but hopefully it’ll be great.

Wish me luck on my presentation today!


yuriorbital:

Walls that saw too much
Abandoned Soviet Prison
Opened in the 1840 as a sea fortress, this complex was turned in a prison in the 1919. It housed prisoners till 2004 Estonia 09-2013Copyright © Yuri Segalerba, All Rights Reserved
yuriorbital:

Walls that saw too much
Abandoned Soviet Prison
Opened in the 1840 as a sea fortress, this complex was turned in a prison in the 1919. It housed prisoners till 2004 Estonia 09-2013Copyright © Yuri Segalerba, All Rights Reserved
yuriorbital:

Walls that saw too much
Abandoned Soviet Prison
Opened in the 1840 as a sea fortress, this complex was turned in a prison in the 1919. It housed prisoners till 2004 Estonia 09-2013Copyright © Yuri Segalerba, All Rights Reserved
yuriorbital:

Walls that saw too much
Abandoned Soviet Prison
Opened in the 1840 as a sea fortress, this complex was turned in a prison in the 1919. It housed prisoners till 2004 Estonia 09-2013Copyright © Yuri Segalerba, All Rights Reserved
yuriorbital:

Walls that saw too much
Abandoned Soviet Prison
Opened in the 1840 as a sea fortress, this complex was turned in a prison in the 1919. It housed prisoners till 2004 Estonia 09-2013Copyright © Yuri Segalerba, All Rights Reserved
yuriorbital:

Walls that saw too much
Abandoned Soviet Prison
Opened in the 1840 as a sea fortress, this complex was turned in a prison in the 1919. It housed prisoners till 2004 Estonia 09-2013Copyright © Yuri Segalerba, All Rights Reserved
yuriorbital:

Walls that saw too much
Abandoned Soviet Prison
Opened in the 1840 as a sea fortress, this complex was turned in a prison in the 1919. It housed prisoners till 2004 Estonia 09-2013Copyright © Yuri Segalerba, All Rights Reserved
yuriorbital:

Walls that saw too much
Abandoned Soviet Prison
Opened in the 1840 as a sea fortress, this complex was turned in a prison in the 1919. It housed prisoners till 2004 Estonia 09-2013Copyright © Yuri Segalerba, All Rights Reserved
yuriorbital:

Walls that saw too much
Abandoned Soviet Prison
Opened in the 1840 as a sea fortress, this complex was turned in a prison in the 1919. It housed prisoners till 2004 Estonia 09-2013Copyright © Yuri Segalerba, All Rights Reserved
yuriorbital:

Walls that saw too much
Abandoned Soviet Prison
Opened in the 1840 as a sea fortress, this complex was turned in a prison in the 1919. It housed prisoners till 2004 Estonia 09-2013Copyright © Yuri Segalerba, All Rights Reserved

yuriorbital:

Walls that saw too much

Abandoned Soviet Prison

Opened in the 1840 as a sea fortress, this complex was turned in a prison in the 1919. It housed prisoners till 2004 

Estonia 09-2013


Copyright © Yuri Segalerba, All Rights Reserved


softscars:

Mary McLeod Bethune with a Line of Girls from the School
In 1904, this daughter of former slaves moved to Daytona Beach, Fla., founded a school that later became Bethune-Cookman University. She also founded the National Council of Negro Women on this day, December 5, in 1935. History is important. 
More about this photo. 

softscars:

Mary McLeod Bethune with a Line of Girls from the School

In 1904, this daughter of former slaves moved to Daytona Beach, Fla., founded a school that later became Bethune-Cookman University. She also founded the National Council of Negro Women on this day, December 5, in 1935. History is important. 

More about this photo

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foxy-voxy:

anescapedfish:

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tyleroakley:

Yikes.

THAT IS LITERALLY WHAT ANY SCHOOL HEALTH CLASS WOULD TELL YOU TO DO.

So she’s getting punished for doing the right thing? She should have let her friend drive drunk? Should she have let her friend kill herself in an auto accident? 

Reblogged it before and i’ll fucking reblog it again.

glad bhs isnt like this

WAIT I KNOW HER WTF?

THIS IS FUCKING BULLSHIT
THIS IS HOW YOU GET KIDS KILLED

This is bothersome not only because she’s being punished for doing the right thing, but ultimately because the school is way outside of their juristdiction in punishing her for something she did on her own time, off school property, not using school resources. This is a gross and egregious misappropriation of in loco parentis. Their zero-tolerance policy on drugs and alcohol (like all zero-tolerance policies) is utter shit - how many kids at that school violate it constantly - and this young woman wasn’t drinking, just picking up a friend. An argument could be made that she could have notified an adult to go with her, but with the school’s policy I wonder if that would have even made a difference?
foxy-voxy:

anescapedfish:

positiveclarity:

all-in-all-love:

ask-monsuir-grantaire:

doughnut-tax-outrage:

iwearadeathfrisbeenow:

tyleroakley:

Yikes.

THAT IS LITERALLY WHAT ANY SCHOOL HEALTH CLASS WOULD TELL YOU TO DO.

So she’s getting punished for doing the right thing? She should have let her friend drive drunk? Should she have let her friend kill herself in an auto accident? 

Reblogged it before and i’ll fucking reblog it again.

glad bhs isnt like this

WAIT I KNOW HER WTF?

THIS IS FUCKING BULLSHIT
THIS IS HOW YOU GET KIDS KILLED

This is bothersome not only because she’s being punished for doing the right thing, but ultimately because the school is way outside of their juristdiction in punishing her for something she did on her own time, off school property, not using school resources. This is a gross and egregious misappropriation of in loco parentis. Their zero-tolerance policy on drugs and alcohol (like all zero-tolerance policies) is utter shit - how many kids at that school violate it constantly - and this young woman wasn’t drinking, just picking up a friend. An argument could be made that she could have notified an adult to go with her, but with the school’s policy I wonder if that would have even made a difference?

foxy-voxy:

anescapedfish:

positiveclarity:

all-in-all-love:

ask-monsuir-grantaire:

doughnut-tax-outrage:

iwearadeathfrisbeenow:

tyleroakley:

Yikes.

THAT IS LITERALLY WHAT ANY SCHOOL HEALTH CLASS WOULD TELL YOU TO DO.

So she’s getting punished for doing the right thing? She should have let her friend drive drunk? Should she have let her friend kill herself in an auto accident? 

Reblogged it before and i’ll fucking reblog it again.

glad bhs isnt like this

WAIT I KNOW HER WTF?

THIS IS FUCKING BULLSHIT

THIS IS HOW YOU GET KIDS KILLED

This is bothersome not only because she’s being punished for doing the right thing, but ultimately because the school is way outside of their juristdiction in punishing her for something she did on her own time, off school property, not using school resources. This is a gross and egregious misappropriation of in loco parentis. Their zero-tolerance policy on drugs and alcohol (like all zero-tolerance policies) is utter shit - how many kids at that school violate it constantly - and this young woman wasn’t drinking, just picking up a friend.

An argument could be made that she could have notified an adult to go with her, but with the school’s policy I wonder if that would have even made a difference?


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charlisheen:

you know what i want to know

how the fuck did mr salt and mrs pepper make a fucking cinnamon shaker for a baby

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solve that mystery steve

THAT IS PAPRIKA YOU IGNORANT SLUT

EXCUSE ME ASSHOLE THAT IS CINNAMON HE WAS BORN IN THE FOURTH SEASON

PAPRIKA LOOKS LIKE THIS

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THAT’S FUCKING PAPRIKA

SHE’S CINNAMON’S OLDER SISTER 

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i will always reblog this video

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