Saturday, October 14, 2006

Beautiful Tonight

There are certain things in this world that have an incalculable and undefinable beauty about them. Certain modest girls have this beauty. Physics and chemistry have this allure to them as well. Tonight has been full of wonderful knowledge, it's been awesome to run around thinking about things and learning about things. I love Wikipedia.

It all started from a comment made on another blog, one that claimed that Niels Bohr was a little misguided. From there I decided to go wiki Niels Bohr, to learn a little more about the guy. I already knew a little, but I wanted to know some more. Ends up the man played a little bit of professional soccer. His brother was alot better than him, but c'mon now, when a world-famous physicist moonlights as a soccer player, we know that science is cool.

From there we jumped off and started learning about Anti-matter. That led to other things, which led to annihilation. Which led to more adventures.

In short, I love learning. There's nothing better than finding something and getting into it, learning it. It's one thing that really drives me.

Now, you can ignore the previous part of this post, it wasn't written all that well. But it speaks a valid point: Knowledge is everything to me. I love it.

But this next part is important. You know what, It's going to be a seperate post. Behold! Life Theory!


Nathan said...

I can't tell you how many times I've been lost to the world when I've visited wikipedia.

Hooray for knowledge! ^_^

The Warrior said...

Hey, where'd you see the Neils Bohr post? I said he was misguided in mine...what a coincidence!

I'm taking chemistry now and love it! How 'bout you?

I don't think I've posted here before and hope you don't mind me here, but, I'll introduce myself. I am Spencer, and a Lego collecting friend of Nathan's. I am a member of his forum. You might have heard that there is a rebellion on his board, and you have before you the leader of that army. ;-D We only rebelled because we were being told to bow unto Sly Pig, the "Greek God"! And we would not commit this blasphemy so we were forced to rebel you see.

So. I was wondering if you would accept an official invitation to the Army of the Rebellion?

Anonymous said...

Yup, learning is a lot of fun. I don't get into bigraphies of people so much, unless I'm really interested in the person. I like to learn "how-to" type things. But it's the same idea, I think. Fun stuff.