I’m currently in year 13, which for you Americans is the year before I go to university. I study Physics, Maths, Philosophy and Japanese.
Physics is my life. I’ve been reading books about quantum physics and the universe since primary school. If you can talk physics to me, it doesn’t matter who you are or if I even understand you, I swear to God, there will be attraction. I plan on working in somewhere like CERN when I’m older.
I’m going to CERN August 2012. I went to CERN and it was awesome! Met an Irish guy who worked there who gave me loads of great advice, and made some new friends. Learned a lot about what I’d be doing if I ever worked at CERN.
I’m currently trying to learn Polish.
I love reading. I get itchy if I don’t have a book on me. I don’t even have to just read it, I just need the weight of it with me. Even when I’m having the time of my life, and I’m with people I love, I get nervous when I don’t have a book with me.
I’ve been an atheist since I was little. Not because my parents were atheists; they took a step back and let me decide for myself. I just had this realisation when speaking to my mum about God one day that the idea of the God I’d believed in was a fabrication.
I like to bake. I mainly bake for others, and not really complicated stuff, it’s mostly like decoration/appearance. Except this one time I made a rainbow cake for Maths class once and I was a God for that day. People still talk about it. I’m glad because damn, that took me two days.
I’m not good with people in a sort of I’m good with people way. The problem that I have is that I worry too much about what the other person is thinking. Like, I can be in a comfortable silence and then I start to wonder if the other person thinks it’s an awkward silence, then freak out and say something. And when I’m nervous I talk too much (again freaking out about whether the other person thinks I’m talking too much), so I think when I meet someone, I can come off a lot more friendly and conversational than I actually am.