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The bottom line of every thermodynamics conference.

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theogonia:

I am ashamed of my poor language and my shallow self-expression.

I am ashamed of the awkwardness of my movements and facial expressions.

I am ashamed of my teeth and the sound of my voice.

I am ashamed for not understanding what people say.

I am ashamed for the rage and bitterness and untrust I have towards others.

I am ashamed for not being able to show my love.

I am ashamed for not being able to show how much I suffer.

I am ashamed of having no ability to focus.

I am ashamed of having no passions.

I am ashamed of being unable to put my feelings into words.

I am ashamed of having no feelings.

I am ashamed for not loving my mum.

I am ashamed for not behaving like an adult.

I am ashamed of being scared of people.

I am ashamed about being scary.

I am ashamed of my cold, sweaty hands.

I am ashamed for always wasting my time.

I am ashamed of having been patient with people who used me.

I am ashamed of having loved people who didn’t love me.

I am ashamed for saying stupid things.

I am ashamed for not knowing what to say.

I am ashamed for having been cruel to my younger self.

I am ashamed for having lost time waiting.

I am ashamed of being ridiculous and having been ridiculed.

I am ashamed for having so much shame.

I am ashamed for being stupid.

I am ashamed for being weak.

I am ashamed for being the one who cared the most.

I am ashamed for not caring.

I am ashamed for having avoided people I will never get back.

I am ashamed for not trusting myself.

I am ashamed for not loving myself.

I am ashamed for hiding.

I am ashamed for having been a coward.

Remember to lean in your shame, put it into words, look it in the eyes until it dissipates. And never give up.

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Let me tell ya, I know many people who didn’t complete their studies within the ‘normal’ amount of years. In physics, I would say those who did were a minority. I myself finished my studies two years later than I was supposed to. Still got into a PhD. It’s true, it’s an insanely competitive field and it’s never easy. But I think you have to keep in mind that the science world is a bit different than undergrad/graduate courses, being older doesn’t really matter. What matters is the quality of your work. And comparing yourself to others won’t be very helpful to you. I lost one year due to depression, another to laziness and procrastination (and self doubt, and all of that). I think what got me through is what my high school math teacher once said to me: “the drop will dig into the rock”. Do all you can, but do it. Best of luck!

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“Science and communism are inseparable”. Old Soviet poster.

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I’m an ‘expert’ in physics so I guess that makes me an expert in fake physics. I’ll do my best to answer any question you have

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humanoidhistory:

The rings of Saturn, observed by the Cassini space probe on May 3, 2005.

(NASA)

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Nobody:

Me: Bullshit;

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I should honestly turn this blog into a tips-centre for people having the inexplicable impulse of trying to ride a physicist

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Do not mention quantum physics, only the large scale exists. All physicists like it when someone compliments our minds cause we’re very egocentric and desperate. Do not mention Interstellar

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theogonia:

“You ask: what makes man great? Is that he re-created nature? That he harnessed forces of almost-cosmic proportions? That in a brief time he has conquered the planet and opened a window onto the universe? No! It is that despite all this, he has survived, and intends to continue doing so.”

Arkady & Boris Strugatsky, Roadside Picnic

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