Brought out the muji pens tonight, Haha. Forgot my fountain pens at work today. Such a bummer, but that didn't end the night. ○●○●○ Question for you all, how did you first learn how to code? And what language did you start with? Very interested in how people started!
Starting my Italian odyssey today. This isn't like my normal trips for a few reasons: I'm travelling with family and we have a largely unplanned itinerary. After Italy I'll be in London for 4 1/2 days. I haven't been back there in 12 years.
In a lot of ways this trip feels a lot like my life did at 18 - full of a sort of yawning possibility that stretches out into some far off time. But it is impossible to capture the rush of the unknown adventure one can feel at 18, and we'll see what its like to look at the same things at 30 instead.
But too there's the sense of going back to my roots in Italy. I'll be staying in the town my family is from for the first time. Looking backward is something I find hard to do these days. I'm not where I hoped I'd be at 30, and a nebulous impression of what your future looks like is acceptable when you've just graduated from highschool but far less when you are 30, no career, no partner, and you still live at home watching Jeopardy with your mom.
Lots of words to say this: this might be a different kind of vacation story you are used to seeing from me. There will still be fancy desserts and puns, but probably far more introspection. I hope you'll be along for the ride.
I love it when art takes on a universal subject that is simple, natural, and relatable, and turns it on its head enough to be interesting, thought-provoking, and new. @philimarie has created some engaging, reflective pieces like this - a snapshot of the time between life and death... not completely one or the other... a visualized representation of light / energy leaving the body, and being frozen in time. -
Here's me trying to express some feelings of being Bi in a long term heteronormative relationship. It's also going to be my first year of going to Pride in London and generally getting involved with the wider community. I never formally came out to anyone before now (except my parents just before posting this, just to really double check they actually knew 😂) but it's an aspect of me that I can easily camouflage and don't want to hide any more, intentionally or not. So I guess if you don't know then this is me coming out and proud... 🏳️🌈
Electrons are fun little things that buzz around in a haze within an atom. They do not orbit their nucleus like a planet around its sun, they are particles that happily exist in waves much like a gas or mist. The familiar model displays them spinning rather neatly around protons and neutrons. The concept is correct but the depiction isn’t accurate. If they orbited they would have to emit light, burn energy (which would run out), and they’d crash into their nucleus. Hello 💥. Scratch that idea out. Are you familiar with Nightcrawler (Alan Cummings) from X-Men? The way he poofed in and out and was everywhere all at once? That’s sort of like an electron. The exciting little electron’s position can be estimated but not actually identified. Like animal migration paths, they tend to exist in the same general area but again, imprecisely. #schrodinger#subatomicparticles in #quantummechanics#electroncloudmodel#atom with the #colorneutral#electron in the left hand all wiggly like a wave would appear to a human eye and the right hand up saying, “Meh don’t bother trying to find me because you can’t. But I’m here. Trust me. I’m an electron!” #atomicnucleus#nucleus made of red #protons and blue #neutrons in the belly. #marker and #carandache on #esquisse#skizzenblock
“Siempre pensé que haríamos locuras… y no fue así, pero ha sido bonito de otra manera, por eso creo que merece la pena salvarlo”.
Hoy en el diario, “Ha pasado un ángel”.
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On the topic of [Observation.] In relation to Shrodinger's experiment and by quantum mechanics, it is well known or grounded that what we experience as reality is an expression we project outward. That our five senses cultivate our experience. All living things express reality in some form in our third-dimension. This third density.
By observation, are we student to the teacher before us-- that what we see and feel and taste are actual and material.
If by the quantum law we Human's interact with this dimension, so to must other beings; extra-dimensional, inter-dimensional, must obey these law's.
Would it be just to say these beings are constantly observing us? From the moon, perhaps? Or within our oceans and beneath our Earth?
Tunnel effect is an illustrative designation in physics that can overcome a potential barrier of finite height even if its energy is at the "height" of the barrier. According to the ideas of classical physics, this would be impossible, but according to quantum mechanics it is possible. With the aid of the tunnel effects is explained the alpha decay of atomic nuclei.
A black hole is a region of spacetime exhibiting gravitational acceleration so strong that nothing—no particles or even electromagnetic radiation such as light—can escape from it. The theory of general relativity predicts that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.
In quantum physics, you speak of entanglement when a composite physical system, for example, a system with several particles, assumes a well-defined state, without any of the subsystems being able to assign their own well-defined state.