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“You just keep pushing. You just keep pushing. I made every mistake that could be made. But I just kept pushing.”
— Rene Descartes
"Nearly every understanding is gained by a painful struggle in which belief and unbelief are dramatically interwoven. "
--- Leopold Infeld ..
Nothing quite like feeling like you’re going to die while you’re laying on your bed.
Pick a god and pray, it’s Frederick’s birthday!
I dont know what I expected when I clicked that. But not that.
To attempt to get a job in biochemistry or materials chemistry… I still haven’t decided which specialty yet. But I think I’m leaning towards biochem.
If I can’t get a job with a bachelor’s degree- I’ll go back to get a masters degree, and then try again.
No matter what, chemistry is my passion, and that’s what I’m going for.
I’ll probably keep my current job (or a new one, if I do well on that interview), and work a lot to try to pay off my debt, while I look for a chem-based job.
Shit. I almost empathise with the people hating on maths in the math/maths/mathematics tags.
Yeah… Math sucked in high school.
They prepare you for tests instead of actually teaching you.
College has been so much better.
But… but that’s not how schools should work? Do people care more about grades than education?
They taught us HOW to solve the questions.
But not what the questions should be used for, what it meant, how it related to other things… Or anything for that matter.
Any of my extra knowledge I got from the internet.
People about the new 3DS be like “Why the fuck is Nintendo making a new one?” but back then it was like
"Here’s three GBAs and two regular Gameboys"
Holy hell. How can they expect you to utilise logarithms properly if they can’t take 2 minutes out of their time to explain how or why they work?
High school. They didn’t teach you anything.
Practically everything I know about math, I learned on my own.