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From Breaking Bad to Blacklist

After arduous task of watching 30 serials spanning across a year, I find two characters that have influenced me a lot. Though these two characters are fictitious, it is their personality trait that stands apart from rest of the herd. 662 more words


Doped semiconductors

Doping a writing introduces new allowed meaningfulness states within the sense gap, quite close to the full semantic band corresponding to the dopant text. To put it another way, text donor impurities create states near the signifier band, while text acceptor impurities create states near the signified band. 21 more words

Asemic And Concrete Poetry

Breaking Bad, Season 1 'Pilot' Review

Did you ever feel like your teachers were more than they let on? Ever had the suspicion that your chemistry teacher is running a drug operation? 332 more words

TV Shows

Heisenberg's Hog aka 'The Code Duello' by Agricola

There are those that react to the word ‘Playfair’ in a Listener puzzle – and not in a good way!  Luckily, not me …

So it’s all about a duel, eh?   486 more words

Solving Blogs

The Code Duello by Agricola

Oh no, not Playfair! We read the preamble and things only got worse. Somehow, we were to use wordplay that was going to emerge from extra letters in the wordplay of the clues to discover two thematic characters who were probably in some way going to duel. 910 more words

Solving Blogs

Quick stops in Lund and Heisenberg

From Malmö to Göteborg we made a couple of stops in Lund and Heisenberg. Unfortunately, they had to be extremely quick as there was major congestion on the motorway. 676 more words


What is the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle? - Chad Orzel

The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle states that you can never simultaneously know the exact position and the exact speed of an object. Why not? Because everything in the universe behaves like both a particle and a wave at the same time. 9 more words

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