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#1352 Oct 13 2013 at 10:44 AM Rating: Good
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Edit: Also, Rumours is a brilliant album.

That's some 1970s shyte right there Mac.
It's one of the best selling albums of all time, I mean I'm no fan of Micheal Jackson but you won't hear me deny that Thriller is an amazing album (although that's all because of Eddie Van Halen's riff on Beat It of course Smiley: wink).

Although I have to say Rumours gets an edge for me simply because of the backstory, it's crazy they even managed to make an album at all.
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#1353 Oct 13 2013 at 10:58 AM Rating: Good
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Huh, well, maybe I should get an emulator for the 3DS and Pokemon Black or X/Y then.


Edit: Also, Rumours is a brilliant album.




Also also, I hope the neighbors don't mid my awful singing/shouting along to Go Your Own Way...

Edited, Oct 13th 2013 3:46pm by Aethien


You can always wait until I've actually seen some of the story and can tell you if it's worth it. Smiley: lol
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#1354 Oct 13 2013 at 11:54 AM Rating: Good
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There's no 3DS emulator anyway, so no need for that.


And I'm not sure I like the new Hunter x Hunter. It's overly cheerful so far and completely lacking the darkness that the original anime showed. I'm also wondering how they handle the death and destruction that the story is filled with. It was kind of accepted and normal already in the original but this overly cheerful tone and mass murder, ripping out hearts and blowing up limbs are not things I see working well together.
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#1355 Oct 13 2013 at 4:52 PM Rating: Good
Texas vs OU was fun and awesome. Hook 'em horns, OU still sucks, etc.

The drive is a bitch, though. Took me 5 hours to get back home, when it should have taken three. But a mix of bad weather, bad drivers, and bad construction is pretty much bad in general.
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#1356 Oct 13 2013 at 5:04 PM Rating: Good
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But a mix of bad weather, bad drivers, and bad construction is pretty much bad in general.


My life, 5-8 a.m., 4-6 p.m., and in NJ no less. Smiley: lol
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#1357 Oct 13 2013 at 5:10 PM Rating: Good
I would laugh if it didn't sound so completely horrible.
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
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Edit: Also, Rumours is a brilliant album.

That's some 1970s shyte right there Mac.
It's one of the best selling albums of all time, I mean I'm no fan of Micheal Jackson but you won't hear me deny that Thriller is an amazing album (although that's all because of Eddie Van Halen's riff on Beat It of course Smiley: wink).

Although I have to say Rumours gets an edge for me simply because of the backstory, it's crazy they even managed to make an album at all.

If you're into great backstory, then listen to The Traveling Wilburys and spend an afternoon jumping links on Wikipedia and reading about them. Read the sad story about the guitar in the rocking chair on End of the Line, or about the Bruce Springsteen references in Tweeter and the Monkey Man. Among a lot of other stuff. And listen to some great music.

I think Tweeter and the Monkey Man is my second favorite Dylan song, after Tangled up in Blue.

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But a mix of bad weather, bad drivers, and bad construction is pretty much bad in general.


My life, 5-8 a.m., 4-6 p.m., and in NJ no less. Smiley: lol

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#1359 Oct 13 2013 at 6:25 PM Rating: Good
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Ha, I wish.

I actually saw the worst accident of my life earlier this week. Happened right before it came into view - the suv immediately behind the wrecked cars was still coming to a stop. At least 4 cars, at a level of damage I didn't think was possible outside an action movie. Apparently, no one died (or at least they weren't in the news), and that's a @#%^ing miracle.


And to be 100% fair, on a normal day I can more or less just check out from the world on my commute. As long as I don't come out of my commuting amnesia before I get to work, I can stay relatively happy.
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#1360 Oct 14 2013 at 2:36 AM Rating: Good
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But a mix of bad weather, bad drivers, and bad construction is pretty much bad in general.


My life, 5-8 a.m., 4-6 p.m., and in NJ no less. Smiley: lol
At least in New Jersey you guys have a good reason to rebuild/build better stuff now.
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#1361 Oct 14 2013 at 6:23 AM Rating: Good
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Ha, and we're going into hurricane season. So we'll see how things turn out this year. Smiley: lol
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#1362 Oct 14 2013 at 9:42 AM Rating: Good
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Ha, and we're going into hurricane season. So we'll see how things turn out this year. Smiley: lol
Would you still get paid if you can't get to work because the highway is washed away?
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Being sick sucks. Almost as much as being in a household with 3 other sick people. At least I can be miserable at work where there are fewer people telling me they have to use the potty, or fighting over who's turn it is to play with the barbie car, or choose what video we're watching.
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#1364 Oct 14 2013 at 9:59 AM Rating: Good
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Ha, and we're going into hurricane season. So we'll see how things turn out this year. Smiley: lol
Would you still get paid if you can't get to work because the highway is washed away?


Well, I'm on salary 3 days a week, and that's supposed to be changing to 5.

So... maybe, sorta?
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#1365 Oct 14 2013 at 10:05 AM Rating: Excellent
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How's that work? Like they figure out what 24 hours of work would be a week would cost and expect about that much from you or something?
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#1366 Oct 14 2013 at 10:09 AM Rating: Good
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3 8-hour days, essentially. I've been working fulltime since at least June, possibly May, just by submitting additional hours on top of it. Which just means I work full time without the full time benefits or job security.
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#1367 Oct 14 2013 at 10:19 AM Rating: Excellent
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I'd say that's awful terrible and such, but so many people are doing things like that these days it's almost like a broken record. So I dunno, yay America? Smiley: frown
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#1368 Oct 14 2013 at 10:22 AM Rating: Good
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Yeah it sucks, but it's not like I've had any other options. So yeah, I commute 3-4 hours a day to a job where I don't get benefits or have job security. Yay!

I should say that I HAVE signed an offer letter for a full-time position. But that was two weeks ago, and there still hasn't been any movement there...
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Being sick sucks. Almost as much as being in a household with 3 other sick people. At least I can be miserable at work where there are fewer people telling me they have to use the potty, or fighting over who's turn it is to play with the barbie car, or choose what video we're watching.

And here I've been thinking you weren't posting for other reasons.

I mean, they're giving out the Nobel Prizes in the Sciences now and the prize in Biology went to three guys who discovered how cells use small proteins for transport. I was trying to decide which was you. (I had my money on the guy in the middle because he looks so West Coast)
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He does look west coast, no goofy mustache either which is a win.

But I'm not working on anything that's interesting enough to win a noble prize. The latest submission with my name on it: "Accurate Label-Free Protein Quantitation with High- and Low-Resolution Mass Spectrometers"

Woo hoo. Smiley: disappointed
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#1371 Oct 14 2013 at 11:59 AM Rating: Good
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Sounds fancy but I know nothing about science so.. yeah...
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I could TL;DR it into something like "don't waste your money on an expensive instrument if you just want to do routine analyses."
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#1373 Oct 14 2013 at 12:25 PM Rating: Good
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So useful but nothing groundbreaking or unexpected?
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Basically; it's a little surprising, but not really so much so. It's the kind of practical methods development stuff that has to get done at some point, but that no one really likes to do (or read about for that matter, so we'll see if anyone accepts it Smiley: lol).
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#1375 Oct 14 2013 at 12:58 PM Rating: Good
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Good luck on that last bit, although I guess people will skim over and accept it?



On a sidenote, why did it take so long for Higgs & friend to get a nobel prize for the theory of the Higgs Boson? From what I've read/know about it it's a huge thing.
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Most stuff takes a long time to get a prize for, it's just the way they set it up. You'll have to confirm anything discovered and that could take a while (as in just happening for that darn boson, which is why I'm guessing he got it now). You also want to give a prize to something that's hard some kind of large/transformational effect on the field.

Sometimes it can take a while for the effects of a discovery to trickle out. Like in medicine it can easily take 15 years to go from the initial discovery to a treatment, and another few years to get people actually using the pill. These guys who found something really interesting in their initial post-doc are getting rewards for it once they're old and gray. At that point you use that leverage to get yourself a better appointment at a bigger name school, run your own department, get all kinds of funding, trophy wife, Ferrari, etc.

Tis the way of things.

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#1377 Oct 14 2013 at 1:16 PM Rating: Good
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Somehow scientists don't seem like the people to drive a Ferrari no matter how rich they are. I'd expect a Volvo or a Mercedes, well built cars with luxury but no high speed deathtraps.
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How about a Tesla?
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That could work too. But between charging times and the relatively limited amount of places you can charge them at they're not too flexible.
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I guess I was just assuming they'd already own a Prius, and that was the next thing up. Who knows though, those scientists are a quirky bunch. Smiley: oyvey
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You don't want to own a Prius. My mom has one and complaints about it constantly. It's economic but otherwise a terrible car from what she says.



The again, she traded in a Mercedes for her Prius because she wanted to be more green in her choice of car so she's still sorely missing the power and luury that her small Mercedes had.
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#1382 Oct 14 2013 at 1:48 PM Rating: Good
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Yeah, I can't take that opinion seriously then. Smiley: lol
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For what it's worth, my sister also hates it with a passion.




Then again, my sister is about the most aggressive driver that I know. Not problematic or anything but she does like putting the pedal to the metal Smiley: lol
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We looked at them went we want to upgrade from our Corolla. Gas savings would have been nice on the pocket book over the long run but it would have taken a pretty long time to pay for itself, plus the interior/cargo/etc wasn't really any bigger than what we had. Really in the end it would have been like buying another Corolla and pre-paying for gas.

My boss likes his, but I can't say I'd go that route. Better to join the millions of Americans buying a generic crossover/Small-SUV. Smiley: nod
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Protein, I totally searched for that paper until I saw it hasn't passed review yet. Where are you submitting?

The Chemistry Nobel Prize went to MM/QM people; my research now is QM method development and my last position was MM method development so yay for theoreticians getting credit for the second time... ever!

Normally the way the chemistry one works is that loads of people develop some new cool synthesis thing, and then the committee just waits till enough of them have died that they can award the price to 2-3 people. When it goes to synthetic people, anyway.

Also, while we're on that topic, Cambridge TheoChem e-mailed me and said I should be talking to the Cavendish as they are better suited to the research I want to do. So I'll be applying for a postgrad at the lab that has spawned twenty-nine Nobel laureates. If they respond to my e-mail, anyway. Or, well, I'll apply anyway, but I'd rather talk to them first.
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You should/should have gone for a Volvo, the V70 is one of the best looking station wagons ever, the older more blocky ones with the tall taillights anyway.
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RJ's friend has loads of Volvos.
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Volvos are cool. I have the vague ambition of buying a rusty, beat up V70 or 850 some day and making a rat rod out of it.
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Protein, I totally searched for that paper until I saw it hasn't passed review yet. Where are you submitting?
Journal of Proteome Research. A good journal, but not one that gets readership outside the field. However given the topic, there's not much reason to try and appeal to a broader audience anyway. Still it's the first thing with my name on it in a while. I'm more likely to find the acknowledgement page as of late "thanks to someprotienguy who ran the samples and did the data analysis" Smiley: lol

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Let's hope so, that sounds like one heck of an exciting opportunity.

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We looked briefly at Volvo, still too expensive for what we wanted though, and we've been happy with Toyota. Plus the wife is fiercely loyal to Toyota, which didn't hurt. Smiley: rolleyes


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At least Toyota's just don't break down. My dad used to have a Toyota van until my sister crashed it (she was forced off the road by someone driving on the wrong side) and even though she smashed clean through a streetlight and the roof and hood were sort of V shaped it still drove like nothing happened.
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Mmm hmm, that's why we like them too. I used to like working and fixing my old jeep, but since the kids came around I don't really have the time or place to fiddle with cars anymore. Best to get something that doesn't break in the first place.
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Also, I don't remember when exactly I drifted into mathematical physics. Smiley: lol

I mean, I applied for physics undergrad at one uni, they gave me an offer for chemistry. Then I got absorbed in inorganic for ages. Then suddenly I was like I WILL DERIVE HARTREE FOCK THEORY and this happened. Huh.

In other news, my advisor just sent me another 65 pages of papers to review. On something tangentially related to my project. When he knows full well I still have about 80 pages of more important papers to get through, and just set me a deadline for the second draft of my dissertation that's tomorrow afternoon. I sold my soul to physics, apparently.
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Try not to kill yourself ok?
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Well, basically he was like "your understanding of the theory is really good, but you need to spend more time working out the section about applications" and it's like... I'm developing a theorem to deal with reactive species. Any reactive species. Applications are like, all chemical reactions. And I'm supposed to write ~3 pages about that. Either I include nothing, or I include everything. Alternatively, I can ramble about proteins for a bit but that's somewhat dishonest because no one in their right mind uses quantum methods for proteins (unless it's multiscale stuff), and I don't even know what to write about proteins as reactive species.

Doesn't help that synthetic chemistry seriously escapes me. And biochem. I'm getting really good at particle physics, though?

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I.. err.. I'll leave this discussion to Protein since you've lost me completely.
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I need to write an essay about the applications of my theory.

I don't know the applications and so far all I've produced are two vague paragraphs about nanotechnology and protein geometry.

Don't even care what the applications are, I just want my wavefunctions Smiley: mad
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I.. err.. I'll leave this discussion to Protein since you've lost me completely.


Smiley: lol

Really I'm not a whole lot better off to say anything. I mostly just chop them into bits and fling them into an electrical field. The nuances of protein folding and micro-environments and active sites and such are nearly completely over my head. Though I could imagine you could get a fair amount of space on paper used up talking about that kind of stuff.

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I make pretty pictures and that's it. Just pretty pictures.


Well, I know a decent amount about getting those pictures on paper as well but that's as far a I get.
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Sounds like more fun than dealing with stubborn science types.

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Heh...


Instead you get to convince people why that thing they really want is absolutely hideous and will hurt their business.





And they won't listen.



They never listen.
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