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The scientific world is ripping me off

OH MY GOSH GUYS! My hypothesis has been confirmed, by a major Canadian paper no less! The Globe and Mail recently published an article that stated that the key to work ethic is glucose. Which, I’m thinking, is pretty much the same thing as saying sugar can replace caffeine. I mean, sure the article goes on to say that glucose, as opposed to artificial sweeteners, helps you focus and retain energy, and that you should eat fruit, nuts, and things in order to accomplish this. Whereas, the corn syrup a.k.a. glucose/fructose in candy will likely cause you to have a major spike in energy and then slip into a sugar coma. But, people, the gist is kind of the same. I really think that I should have my name added to this study for developing and realizing this theory first. More fuzzy peaches anyone? Continue reading

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I Have an Honours Degree in Hodge-Podge

With the end of the semester fast approaching and only one semester of university left, I am left contemplating the prospects of my degree. As I have previously mentioned, I’m sure numerous times, I am trained for very little. In all actuality, I seem to have spent the four years of my university program accumulating a mass of ridiculous and unrelated knowledge in varying subjects. Here are some of the more unique (re: useless) classes I have taken: Continue reading

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Living The D:Ream

I was watching QI the other day (as I do) and one of the episodes featured Professor Brian Cox, who works at the University of Manchester. He is a particle physicist and works on the Large Hadron Collider. In short, he’s one really intelligent dude. He’s also incredibly accomplished. Continue reading

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