Gummy Bears, Pharmaceutical Drugs And Vaccines Made Out Of People
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I miss Fringe. I think of all the characters, I really connected with Walter Bishop. The man was missing pieces of his brain, but I think in spite of (or because of that) his enthusiasm and childlike wonder were just so blatant and unabashed. He wasn’t afraid to speculate wildly, just for the fun of it, since speculation often led him down the road toward real understanding - Truth, even.
Despite his failures and flaws, he wasn’t completely oblivious to the people around him. He actively sought to make Peter, Olivia, and even Astrid (Ostrich, Astro, etc.) happy, in his own slightly twisted way.
Walter recognized “normality” as a sham, and didn’t have time to defend someone else’s vision of “the average.” I think we could all do well to embrace our own weirdness, although it’s probably not a good idea for all of us to start taking massive doses of LSD all at once (without a trip-sitter and plenty of water).
Walter wasn’t necessarily inspiring to me; rather, he provided me with an example of someone who wasn’t ashamed of his passions, goals, and interests, no matter how outlandish they seemed to others, where curiosity (in and outside of the lab) is a good thing, and provides its own rewards.
Chemistry is so cool!
Especially if you use dry ice in the cooling bath(:
Here is a simplified representation of a dehydration and hydrolysis reaction.
Neil deGrasse Tyson is a man of many quotes.
EDGAR MITCHELL - A global consciousness
So I was studying condensation and then there was this part where I learnt you can enhance heat transfer with the coating materials as it affects the wetting of the surface which affects the condensation and heat transfer and damn engineers, you guys are some smart thinking people. Sigh.