Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Formal Lab Reports / Earthbound

Formal lab reports are a pain in the ass. In fact any lab report can't ever really be classed as fun, so here I am at 3.34am trying to get mine finished in time so I can be free to do as I please this weekend.

Currently, I am writing my report on trying to find the fringe spacing of a diffraction grating, using a source with known wavelength. Its about as riveting as it sounds.

Hey, anyone remember the game "Earthbound" for the SNES? I recently started playing it again the other day, bad idea when uni work is due. I love this game,

For anyone who has no idea, Earthbound is an RPG, but with a modern setting, and not a horrible JRPG with knights and mages and shit. Instead of swords and staffs, we have baseball bats, and frying pans.

Anyway, we follow the main character, Ness, in a quest to save the future from an evil alien, named Giygas.

This may be my most favourite game, and fondest memory of my SNES.



First Post, huzzah!

Hi everyone, my name is Jamie, and I am new to this whole blogging aspect. I quite like the whole "ranting to nobody in particular" thing so hopefully this will be successful ha!

I'm a student, currently studying Physics at Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh, I like it here, despoite the fact I'm not very good at Physics.

Fingers crossed I can keep this blog up to date with "important" things, and things I find on the internet. Who knows.

Pleased to meet you all,