getting hyper

Thursday, September 23, 2004

Indeed you could have been utilizing your time in other faucets... perhaps you could have mathematically modeled how your level of interst decreases as the semester progresses or as the class progress. However to do such would entail that your level of interest actually does decrease. Instead I fear it begins low and remains in such a vale.

posted by Marianna Thursday, September 23, 2004

Thursday, September 16, 2004

Which of the following is the most depressing:

1. We spend approximately 5.3 years of our life eating.
2.We spend approximately 146.84 days of our life going to the bathroom.
3. I performed these calculations during the honors class out of boredom.

posted by Sigmund Thursday, September 16, 2004

Yeah, I apologize for that last post. I had no idea that the exam would be so tough. Forgive me for that one. ;-)
posted by Sigmund Thursday, September 16, 2004

Saturday, September 11, 2004

Biochemistry in my mind is the first class of the semester to cause you to worry more than necessary. Also, it will be incredibly stressful as the test grows nearer, and who knows if we will pass! :-(

*evil laugh*
posted by Sigmund Saturday, September 11, 2004

Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Biochemistry is an interdisiplinary science integrating chemistry and biology on the most fundmental levels of the pursuit collecting an understanding of life. Without addressing the fundmental rules that govern the basic interaction of molecules it is difficult to enter any discussion involving the purpose or function of life itself. That being said, it also difficult to discuss the relevence of time. This is because time in and of itself holds little more splender than the tetrahedral nature of a carbon atom. If those carbon atom simply bound into a lifeless entity (and no other element took over domininion of biology), organic chemistry would loose it's interest. Hence without life to appreciate scientific phenonmenon it remains realatively non fantastic and simply is. Time likewise becomes a meaningless entity if completely isolated from life. In conclusion, life must extist in order for time to be worth considering making biochemistry extremely pertinent to the discussion.

posted by Marianna Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Friday, September 03, 2004

Why must you bring biochemistry into the picture? Is that really necessary?
posted by Sigmund Friday, September 03, 2004

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