I am an artist in a scientist’s brain. I got me a degree in physics from one of the most highly respected programs in the US, and physics is still where the melty spot in my heart is. I currently work in a technical capacity with biologists and a few chemists at a large fancypants research university, the name of which blows away all the other mothers at the tea party. Yet I’m still the dyslexic trouble-maker who always struggled with formal schooling.

I work hard at being on my game here, but I’m only human. If you notice a factual error in anything I say, please let me know.


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