And she is back!
I’m sorry for the long hiatus. I finished last semester smoothly, bumbled around with research for a while, and then went off to have some science adventures in Spain (Rio Tinto, anyone?). I’m back now and am here namely to continue to send love letters to the universe —and of course post science news and interesting thingamajigs. All for all of you.
[A few changes will be made to this website, nothing too drastic. While I would like to focus on the micro and the macro of the universe, I will now also focus on Earth science and geological systems, mainly because I will be running the Terra Society website next semester —which is a student-run science club at my department at grad school— and will be filtering posts from here to there as needed, and also because I’m coming to terms with the understanding that in order to find life out there in the universe, we have to understand life here and how it interacts with the canvas of our planet. Like it or not, rocks are important. We live on a giant hunk of one!]
I’ve missed you all, children of the universe :)
Apologies, for the umpteenth time. Due to the hiatus (aka, grad school), this blog will be hibernating for a while. I should be finishing up finals in a few weeks. A lot of cool science stuff has happened since the last post! I will be back in a few to bring you more of earth and space and life and mysteries and stars and galaxies and the world and everything wondrous.
So very soon.