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I’ve always been a curious person- constantly wondering about how the world around me worked and why it worked. It was this curiosity that first attracted me to doing in science in college. I’m currently in year three of a four year course, specialising in physics now and loving every minute :)

Destroying the Universe by Cleaning Your Room

If ever you needed an excuse to not tidy your bedroom, just keep in mind that by doing so, you are contributing to the heat death of the universe. Really.

According to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, entropy (disorder) always increases. In other words, things tend to get more disorganised and chaotic during reactions. For example, cutting down a tree into smaller chunks is increasing disorder. Continue reading “Destroying the Universe by Cleaning Your Room”


Newton’s Laws of Motion and their Relevance to Everyday Life

One of my lovely readers suggested a post about Newton’s laws of Motion and their relevance to an inactive person becoming more active. I thought it was an awesome idea so without further ado, here it goes:) Continue reading “Newton’s Laws of Motion and their Relevance to Everyday Life”

Three Things I Love about Science

Okay so this is a bit different to my previous posts, but I thought it was time for some science loveage. Why? Because I absolutely love science! So here are just three things I find amazing about physics in particular: Continue reading “Three Things I Love about Science”

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