- Boy: Ate...
- Girl: Po?
- Boy: Pwede ba magpasama?
- Girl: San po?
- Boy: Sa pag-tanda lang naman...
– Fri May 27, 4:01 am ET
SYDNEY (AFP) – A 22-year-old Australian university student has solved a problem which has puzzled astrophysicists for decades, discovering part of the so-called “missing mass” of the universe during her summer break.
Undergraduate Amelia Fraser-McKelvie made the breakthrough during a holiday internship with a team at Monash University’s School of Physics, locating the mystery material within vast structures called “filaments of galaxies”.
A very astonishing discovery and information! In any case, follow my new blog here!
- Interviewer: Ano pangarap niyo?
- Boy 1: Ako.. pangarap ko makatulong sa kapwa
- Boy 2: Ako... pangarap ko maging mayor.. para makatulong sa kapwa..
- Boy 3: Me? Siyempe, maging presidente, para makatulong sa kapwa
- Boy 4: Ako pa! Maging mayaman para makatulong sa kapwa
- Boy 5: Ako? Ehem.. maging kapwa.
I’ve been thinking about it ever since, and I think I should. As a matter of fact, this blog has become my junkshop, and that’s not the concept of my blog that I’ve been craving; it vexes me how immature I was (though I know until now, I still am). So, I’ve decided that I’ll maintain this blog but not formal as I’m trying to, and I’ll be creating a new blog. I don’t think that my decision is fungible, but if ever , it’ll be with or without prior notice.
Keep tuned for further updates! Thank you to all of my interested followers and readers.
I hope that the inception of the new blog will be fine!
Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking recently explained his belief that there is no God and that humans should therefore seek to live the most valuable lives they can while on Earth.
What he says is something I believe, and because I actually think that it’s true, since it’s pretty relevant and logical; afterlife is just a fairy tale.