It’s a sad day when I see An Extended Navier-Stokes and the Challenges of Relativistic Fluid Dynamics for Speed of Light Travel on, get excited, understand the proposal, and desire to contribute further to this topic.

Days like these I still wonder what I’m pursuing with my life. As a follower of Christ I believe that my ultimate pursuit is to glorify God and enjoy Him forevermore (WC). Yet what does that mean in a world of careers, ambitions, and goals? How does that translate to someone who is wholeheartedly implanted in the boroughs of Clark Hall where the physicists live? 

Then there’s the further question of being a woman in such fields, with conflicting desires of solving the energy crisis and taking care of (future) children. How do these desires not conflict??


Maybe it’s just the thought that I graduate in two months. May seems like a black hole from this view and I’m just sucked in… swoosh… swoosh….. gravity increases… time slows… radiation.. event horizon!!!…



2 Responses to “phdizzle”

  1. 1 jkuo March 17, 2009 at 2:41 pm

    i haven’t heard “navier-stokes” in 3 years.

  2. 2 ayman June 29, 2009 at 12:38 pm

    رياضيات حل مسائل تحميل برامج افلام كليبات ألعاب أون لاين أبحاث علمية أدبية اقتصاد تاريخ اسلاميات فن علوم كيمياء

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