Scope & Horror

Raining in Darling

this is all to say how often I feel actual fury about having to deal with the basic necessities of being human. I want to do so many things, so many projects, and I just burn out. Especially in November.

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Parent Daughter Decay

Physicist and chemist Marie Curie was born November 7, 1867. No, that’s not her. It’s not possible to predict the decay of individual radioactive particles, as it is a random process, but the parent nucleus produces a daughter nucleus. The radioactivity of one gram of radium is called a curie, equal to 37 gigabecquerels. Here…

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Don’t Do This On Television

16. You Oughta Know -Alanis Morrissette (Jagged Little Pill, 1995, Maverick and Reprise) I don’t like this song, though I suppose I did the first couple of times I heard it. Then it was several hundred more times, and several hundred more after that, and I do not like it. There are songs I dislike…

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Your Weight on the Moon

I am just going to be out with it. I can’t stand Sublime. Have you ever seen the movie Clue? I hope so, and if not go watch it and come back. It’s worth it. Tim Curry is a national treasure (not ours, but whatever). So you know the scene when Madeline Kahn is describing…

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