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Catch Up

What’s up, readers? It’s been a while since I’ve rapped at ya.

Actually, I’m not quite sure how often I want to update this thing. Time will tell, I suppose.

I went to a party at Sieckmann’s house on Saturday night and actually had a good time being social for a change. It was either [...]


Like I said, I went to The Dark Side of Oz last night, which was fun. I’m going to go to at least one party tonight so maybe something will actually happen for a change. 

I’ve been working out a lot over the past few days. The theoretical schedule is the same as it ever [...]

Stuff… and, um… junk.

I paid $3 to see The Dark Side of Oz last night. That’s when one listens to Dark Side of the Moon while watching The Wizard of Oz. It was pretty cool, I guess. In a way I didn’t want it to line up because Pink Floyd’s music is so cool, even if it isn’t [...]


Esta viernes, tan yo camino el túnel debajo University Street para ir a mi clase de español:

XX Update: The cute girl in my Spanish class also seems to be really cool. Bonus!


The most common source of fast neutrons in laboratories is plutonium beryllide, PuBe13.



I got an email this morning notifying me that my Nuclear Engineering lecture next Monday will be held in the usual time and place. I received no email last week notifying me that the lecture had been cancelled.

Speaking of Nuclear Engineering, NUCL 200 is the first class I’ve enjoyed since high school. I highly [...]

What are friends for?

A comedy in one act by Sean Terrill

Dramatis Personae: Sean Terrill, a geek and all around device for man’s foibles Ryan Abbott, a slightly less geekish Aerospace Engineering major

Ryan Abbott enters the room of Sean Terrill. Sean sits at his computer furiously blogging.

Ryan: Sterrill, I need a favor. Sean: Yes…? Ryan: Do [...]

Ho Hum

Lots of snow here. Brewed some beer, went grocery shopping, and did donuts in a parking lot. Compelling stuff, eh?

The Blog Has Landed

The contents of my previous journal.


Humble Beginnings

Then again, beginnings are always humble, aren’t they? Indeed, if your definition of a beginning is that time before which nothing can exist, it would have to be humble. But what about the Big Bang? If it was in fact the beginning of the universe (Or is it Universe?), then that beginning was most certainly [...]