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The wonderful thing about science is creating a hypothesis, and watching it come to life.

That being said, I feel like I should be held financially responsible for the damage my newest invention created.

The only problem is that I'm very poor. Destitute even....anyone want to buy a design for a more efficient human trebuchet?
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I have spent the better part of my weekend on this site:

https://images.nasa.gov/#/

It interests me that it took this long for NASA to consolidate all of their pictures on one website. It seems that no teenagers work for NASA.

That was a joke, by the way.
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Robotics experts have that children born now will never drive a car due to autonomous technology only being 10 or 15 years away.

While I am (obviously) an advocate for scientific breakthroughs, this saddens me. Driving is one of the few pleasures I indulge in. The longer the drive, the better.

I remember one such time I was going to visit my parents when they still lived in california....driving south from Seattle, I couldn't help but pull over and simply ponder the night sky. Rain splattered on my head, dripping down onto my shoulders, but I paid no attention. A moment of reflection, in an unknown place, and yet at a specifc point in time, causes one to wonder what the butterfly effect of one such action. Newton's third law states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

I wonder what mine was.

-- rr
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while spontaneous combustion is not as impossible as one would imagine, I hardly feel that's what occurred in the library.

Most disappointed that it's shut down. I suppose I'll have to study in my room.

Hello

Feb. 16th, 2016 09:20 am
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My name is Dr. Reed Richards.

I live here now.

Please do not be scared if you see me wandering at odd hours. I find it difficult to sleep when I am in the middle of a project.

Sincerely,

Reed

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