18. Fangirl par excellence, I live in the lovely country of Greece where I hiss at the sunlight and pretend to be a hermit. I'm kidding, I don't usually do that. This isn't a fandom specific blog nor does it have only fandom related things, just so you know. Enjoy your stay :)
caitstagram:

If you could help spread this like wildfire, it would be so much appreciated. No matter where you are in the world, it can’t hurt to share. Just one post on your blog to bring Brogan home!

caitstagram:

If you could help spread this like wildfire, it would be so much appreciated. No matter where you are in the world, it can’t hurt to share. Just one post on your blog to bring Brogan home!

"Science, then, is not like the onion in the often used analogy of stripping away layer after layer to get at some core, central, fundamental truth. Rather it’s like the magic well: no matter how many buckets of water you remove, there’s always another one to be had. Or even better, it’s like the widening ripples on the surface of a pond, the ever larger circumference in touch with more and more of what’s outside the circle, the unknown. This growing forefront is where science occurs… It is a mistake to bob around in the circle of facts instead of riding the wave to the great expanse lying outside the circle."

Stuart Firestein, from Ignorance: How It Drives Science

I was reminded of this quote, which sums up the driving force of the scientific process better than just about anything I’ve ever read, today after watching the latest Vlogbrothers video, in which Hank Green channels his inner Socrates:

"I know one thing, that I know nothing."

Watch Hank admit to being a towering mountain of ignorance (something we should all admit) below…

ANTHONY MACKIE +

diaemyung:

Have a great day

Anonymousasked
How would I show that a lot of time has passed (for example, a month)? Do I put it before the text, like "One month later..." or do I integrate it into the text, like "A month later, he..."? By the way your blog is a go-to for my writing!

writing-questions-answered:

Accounting for Lost Time in Scene Transitions

(And thanks! I’m so glad you’re enjoying the blog! <3)


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