Once when I was a young boy, I can remember smelling the sweet fragrance of paint and paint thinners as I sat in my rocking chair at my old english home in Jasper. The fragrant odor created this dizzying aura around me. The feeling was just great: I could see the air and touch the sky. I realized the climax of this mental state when it dawned on me that applying simulation to the study of catalysis is my true calling. Thanks to John Buckley for this description, he's my homeboy.
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