Glendale, AZ, USA
Member for 3 years
Hello all! I am in 8th grade, and I like science and math, so "ornithology, chemistry, biology, astronomy, and physics all the way!" I am taking pre-calculus at high school this year(which I find a repeat of Algebra 3-4 from last year, but hey! More study time and more time to mess around!), and I believe that learning math will help me strategize and problem solve in the future. I want to either be an surgeon, anesthesiologist, and/or an ornithologist when I grow up. Birds <3. Science <3.
Currently, I am recovering from a dislocated and broken elbow which resulted in surgery, busy writing four long-overdue story series(in which I am on a short hiatus due to math competition studying), drawing a fighting scene for one of my stories, and reading a biology and a chemistry college textbooks during times when I feel like it. I finished nothing currently, because I have bad time management and is lazy.
During my free time, I usually like to earn reputation on MSE/ASE(Note: see bolded, italicized words at beginning), chat on NU, look at memes on Discord, read xkcd and Slack Wyrm, do some weird math problems, or write some random proofs, and post on my completely dead blog.
If anyone wants to contact me, please email "firstname.lastname@example.org". I will not be accepting junk or spam, and I rarely check my email, so you may have a long time lag before I reply back, if I decide to, or if it is necessary.
I furthermore want you all to know that xkcd is the best website and you should all go check it out: [xkcd.com]
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