15 years of age, I am a very enthusiastic adolescent. Learning about the world's history, and the science that created the world, has been the fire in my heart for about 7 years now. In all honesty, I have flaws; yet, I choose not to say them publicly. In my family, I have strong and close Norwegian, German and Sicilian roots.
Of course, no one being perfect, I quite often make mistakes. If I make one on a page, I ask the only that the criticism be constructive. We are all connected; are we not, biologically, chemically, and atomically?
Science in general. There is nothing about science that I do not love; from the
Stephen Hawking, possibly one of the greatest minds of our time, even through his disorder, he will never cease to continually amaze me. I have studied his work on Theoretical Physics, and also Quantum Gravity. I knew about him when I was 4, mainly because of his popularity. I didn't fully appreciate his work until two years ago.
Carl Sagan; who even though died the year I was born, left a very large impact on my life. I have seen Cosmos: A Personal Voyage many times, the first being at the age of 10. My favorite quote at this current moment, is from him; 'If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe.'
Vladimir Lenin for overthrowing Tsar Nicholas The II and establishing a government, after the October Revolution, founding the USSR. Takes a lot of nerve, gut, steel, and bullets to do that. It's thrilling, the story.
Ambitions, and future college degrees
Well, I have many things that keep me going. Some of which include:
Carl Sagan's achievements and his rythmatic symphony of understanding science. Energy. (of course) My conscience. An overall enthusiasm for everything I do. (except clean my room. I'm 15; give me a break.) The ideal that life is can be short and sweet, or long and bitter.
What I plan on doing in my future will be the following:
Medical anomalies about this user
I had a disease called Hydronephrosis while I was in my embryonic stage of life. Unfortunately, I lost that kidney, and almost lost my other one 8 months later. Thankfully, I had surgery to fix that one. I acquired a polyp sometime later in life, and had it removed at age 14, by a doctor of the name, 'Robert T. Snowden'. He is a nice guy. At this same time, I had a deviated septum fixed by the same guy.
I began writing around the age of 14, around August. I currently have around 250,000 words logged on Fanfiction.net and counting. If you would like to see my page, ask me on my talk page.
Although I may say that I know a lot of programming, I sadly do not. I would like to know, but at this point, my sources are limited.
All the languages I currently know include: