Work Work Work

April 17, 2008

A common question about Cornell is “how is the workload?” The short unhelpful answer is that it depends, duh. Here is the longer answer: If you really want to graduate with doing hardly any work, it’s possible. Take an “easy” major, just meet the minimum requirements; it isn’t all that hard. But then if you […]

Mysterious Ancient Ruins found on Libe Slope

April 1, 2008

This morning there was a great archaeological discovery here on Libe Slope. Professor Rumbaugh of the Earth and Atmospheric Sciences department spoke earlier today, Every year Libe Slope thaws out a little, revealing different things that were once buried deep in snow and ice. Because of todays extremely hot high of 61°F, [the ruins] were […]

Of Dark Matter and Reality

April 1, 2008

We’ve talked about dark matter somewhat in my Astro class and it came up sometimes in my physics class last semester. I think that it is a really interesting issue in modern science. I’m by far no expert on the subject, but I’m soon to start some serious physics classes next semester and I think […]