BOOM BACON PANCAKES.
Omg this is amazing
who the hell discovered all this awesomeness?
HOLY FUCKIN SHIT BALLS
Yes. So much yes.
That Nutella one…yes.
Back in the safest place I could possibly be… home sweet home…
On break from #welcome2charlottesville
When the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) wanted to fight animal poachers—illegal hunters of wildlife—they decided to bring in an unorthodox weapon: Drones. But these drones were different from the killer Predators of public imagination. Instead, they were unarmed, superlightweight, and users launch them by throwing them into the air—in fact, they are heavily modified model aircraft. After negotiations, Nepal was chosen as a pilot site for the wildlife drones. First launched in mid-2012, the WWF drones offered a new, experimental method of stopping poachers.
Now, wildlife-protecting drones are coming to the rest of the world. Last week, Google announced they would help the WWF purchase African and Asian poacher-seeking UAVs. As part of Google’s 2012 Global Impact Awards program, the WWF received $5 million to buy similar unarmed drones to watch and track African wildlife poachers.
Engineering at its best!
The other day I sat in deep thought about how my #teamgradschool experience could be more fulfilling if I weren’t my advisor’s only grad student and instead worked on a research team…
Meeting with my advisor once a week is great and all but in the off time I wish I had another student struggling to find answers in the same data set I comb through on the regular now…
But since everyone doesn’t get their way all time, I got the next best thing…
An undergrad helper…
Welcome to the “team” and let the fun begin.
Spaghetti Casserole w/ Pepperonis on top
Case of November
This is how I felt when research first hit me in the face…
The biggest piece of bread I’ve ever seen…