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About lemonlime799

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  1. Keep in mind that I'm a regents physics dropout, so please bear with me: I'm going off to college in less than two weeks. Earlier tonight I was organizing four big magnets I found to bring with me, when my mom came in and started rambling on about my textbooks. Absentmindedly I began to fiddle with these magnets, when I discovered that they all attached to each other. I said to myself, "SELF. They shouldn't all be attracted to each other! What about opposite poles? If I've got two sets, each set has a north and south magnetic field--opposites attract!" So my question is, why isn't the
  2. Wow. Those crazy catapults are due in 4 days.*whine*

  3. Method A, which we used in class to measure maximum height, had a very high percent error. Because we had to time ourselves in the air, it might have been difficult to actually get a correct time. I know in my group we had to redo our jumping about a zillion times because we had issues with starting and stopping the stopwatch correctly, so the lack of accuracy with the stopwatches most likely contributed to the extremely high percent error. Instead of someone measuring the amount of time one is in the air with a stopwatch, a more accurate, state-of-the-art way to measure time would be to use a
  4. I still feel bad you've posted on my page more than I have to yours, but not so much anymore cuz you didn't answer -.- Oh well. How'd that physics test go today? Yay? Nay? Hehe. I'm stilllll doing corrections. This is taking way too long. I suck. Sigh.

  5. Just over a month ago, when I walked into physics class for the first time, I thought it'd be a drag like all the other science classes I had to take. I was that girl who's heart was filled with trombone, head filled with music and the only reason for taking physics was because my counselor made me; I had absolutely no interest in the course and that was the attitude I assumed would carry throughout the entire year. Why did I care what physics had to do with my life? What did it matter? Then, probably a week ago, I found myself thinking more and more about physics. When I looked around me,
  6. I feel bad because you've posted on my page three times and I've only done so twice to yours. Let's fix that. Ahem. PHYSICS!!!!

  7. oh dude you were on here today ;)

  8. Attractive lump of Carbon. Enter obnoxious smiley face. :labmate)Enter joke about tennis during gym today. Laugh. Complain about how late it is (1:45 am). Enter another strange smiley face, :P and hit 'Post Message'. Quality.

  9. Hey, I know you. I'll try my hardest to pay attention so I can help you when you decide not to. I PWOMISE!!
  10. Ohaaiii gym/physics/chem buddy :D YOU amuse me! In many ways! (but yes, the icons are quite amusing)

  11. Hey there gym/Physics/chem buddy :D :wave) <-- this amuses me :D

  12. 1. Hey there. Since I can't use my real name, I'm lemonlime799. I play trombone (which I'll probably go to school for), I secretly am really good at cooking (which I want to go to school for) and I pretty much love awesome things (like Phineas and Ferb, crazy socks, various musical artists, poetry, etcetc). 2. A year ago I was extremely interested in going into a science-related field (specifically forensics), so I had everything planned out and researched how much physics is involved in life...and even though I'm probably not doing what I wanted to last year, I still want to learn about phys
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