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Laboratory Love by QuantumPhysica Laboratory Love by QuantumPhysica
This is a fantasy of mine... :D
I made this some time ago, and now I found it again, I felt like adding it here... I'd like to know what you think of it...
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NanzzyRulezz Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Student General Artist
Ooh, nice ;) So much detail :D
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QuantumPhysica Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanx ;p
you recognize the molecules on the blackboard?
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NanzzyRulezz Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Student General Artist
Hmmm... 's a long time ago since I last had chem classes ^^; But it seems familiar XD
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QuantumPhysica Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
In that case, I'll tell you; it's serotonin and dopamin, two substances involved in the process of 'falling in love'...
:D
No chem classes? How so?
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NanzzyRulezz Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2010  Student General Artist
I got a feeling it would be something like that... XD
To be honest, I dropped chem from my set of courses long ago =p Here in the Netherlands, we have 3 diff. levels of education, me being in the highest level, first you do 3 years with all subjects, after that you choose a few, and you do another 3 years with only those =p And since I'm now in the last year, I haven't had chem class for 3 years already XD When I had to choose, I dropped every possible scientific course from my list XDDD Wanted to drop maths, as well, but I can't since I'm on the highest level =p Ah well, the maths course I do now is relatively easy XD
And the strangest thing is... Despite not wanting to choose it as subjects, I'm still very interested in everything that's got to do with them XDDD
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QuantumPhysica Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
sounds complicated... I never knew education in the Netherlands was so different from education in Belgium... As you probably know, we have 5 sorts of secundary education: ASO, BSO, TSO, KSO and BUSO. The first one is "normal" school, the second one is where you learn a profession, the third one prepares for technical professions and technically oriented next level-education, and the last ones are art-education and education for mentally handicapped people... Relatively simple. You pick one of those, and a major subject, and that's what you study for the rest of your secundary education. every year, you can specialise more, but you can't drop courses. I thought that's something you could only do in America...
I'm doing ASO-WWi-8: 8 hours of math, and practically no languages...
Chemistry is indeed interesting... If you like it, why did you drop it? Do you get extra hours of the subjects you did choose, or does your schoolday just gets shorter?
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NanzzyRulezz Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2010  Student General Artist
Here in the Netherlands, you have 3 levels: VMBO (lowest, 4 years, and within this level you can choose either profession-oriented or theory-oriented), HAVO (5 years) and VWO (highest, 6 years) Within every level you can choose 4 profiles; N&T(Nature&Mechanism), N&G(Nature&Health), E&M(Economy&Society), and C&M(Culture&Society)(which I chose). Within every profile, there are some compulsory subjects, and then some more that you can choose yourself.
Anyways, it's really long and complicated XD I chose C&M, the art profile, and said to be "the easiest" among the 4 =p
I think everybody expected me to do something more scientific, with my IQ and average marks and everything, but I'm honestly no good at the scientific subjects, when it comes to the kind of things you learn in school. =p (after all, you don't learn how to make nuclear bombs there ;)) My marks for those subjects weren't all too great, so I was kinda afraid I'd flunk them if I chose 'em XD
Also, I'm lazy. As in, really freaking lazy XD I haven't really done any homework outside the class periods for like, over 4 years, which is the majority of my time in high school XD So I chose the easy way out =p
I have Dutch/literature, English (easiest course in the world :D), PE, religious education/philosophy (my teacher for that is awesome :D)(those were all compulsory subjects for everyone), French *and* German (since languages are my strong point, I had Latin and Greek the first 3 years as well XD but we only had to choose one of those compulsory XD), maths (the simplest kind that goes with C&M, it's compulsory), history (one of my fav subjects, but my grades are... *cough*not what I wish they'd be*cough* XDDD and it was also compulsory with C&M), economy (had to choose either that or geography D: ), and right now in the last year I'm also following a special course for English, Certificate in Advanced English, from Cambridge :3 (Can you tell? I am a language freak XD) And last but not least, take a wild guess...

You were probably gonna say art, right? XD Nope =p I had to choose between either drawing/art history or music/music history (why, people, why?! :crying: must've been the hardest choice in my life XD) which also explains your earlier question, why I hadn't chosen any scientific subjects =p You see, I'm very interested in science and everything, and good at languages, and drawing is like my biggest hobby... But my true passion lies in music, and it will always stay there :)(Wow, did I just sound extremely melodramatic XD jk, jk, it's really true though) If I had to tell my biggest dream, it would be to become a professional musician :) Sadly, the chances of that are even smaller than becoming a professional artist... XD

:phew: Wewt, sorry for the long rant XD That's how complicated our whole scholar system (and my mind) is XD But if you want to know more about it, you can just look it up on Wikipedia =p And if you want to hear some of my music... You'll have to wait, coz I haven't uploaded any on my YouTube yet XD Nor do I have the means to record it and have it sound good as well (which reminds me, this might be a strange question, but do you by any chance know a program to compose music on your computer? I'm looking for some freeware/open source, but it's really hard to find :( I was using Finale NotePad before, but that's way too limited XD)
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QuantumPhysica Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
oh, programs for music... Do you know Audacity? It's free and pretty good to mix and mash music fragments. Something else I know... euhm, Hammerhead used to be a freeware program for rythmic composing,... I also used to have this program called "Amber", that's a real composing program and it used to have a freeware trial version, however I'm not sure you can still get it.
I used to do Algorithmic Techno, had a little project called "complex anaylsiz" =p I'm back on the music track for my thesis :)

I like history a lot, any history in general, from economical history (the invisable hand, yay!) to history of war (oh Hiroshima!) and history of science (duh!)... I think a good knowledge of history is the key to understanding what lays ahead of us, and it's a great advantage in debating anyway :D

It's true that they don't learn you the real interesting stuff about science (however, I used to have a physics teacher who thaught us how to make backpack-bombs, time-related detonators and plasticine-bombs with gelignite... The fun only lasted until one of the students reported it, and we got another teacher...)
Science is really interesting, but you have to do some research yourself to understand the fun in it, if you don't fall head over heels in love with the math in it =p

I used to hate math, science, numbers in general, until my fourth year. I don't know what happened to me, perhaps I got abducted or something :D :abduction:, but anyway, suddenly I really liked math and etc...
So you never know what might change...

Considering your laziness: you know "traagheid is een fundamenteel kenmerk van lichamen met massa" :-) Don't worry about it, you're just obeying physics. (I always say that to my PE teacher when he complains about me being so slow and unmotivated. another one is "beweging bestuderen zou ook als sport moeten tellen" :D
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veloveanime Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hmm... die ken ik van ergens :)

jaja... met de formule vanachter op het bord staan :p
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QuantumPhysica Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
oh ja, ik heb u die laten zien, das waar ook...
By the way, in die andere zit een grapje verstopt... Zien of je het kan vinden?
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veloveanime Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
welk dan?...
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QuantumPhysica Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
ik zei "ZOEKEN"...
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veloveanime Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ni gelezen :)
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QuantumPhysica Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
grrr... Anyway, het heeft te maken met... (rara, what a surprise) fysica! (En gij zou het moeten weten, ik heb het u door de telefoon verteld)
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veloveanime Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
jaja :p
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QuantumPhysica Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
weet je het nu nog niet? :silentkitty:
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