Fang Talks

Length doesn't matter when you're horizontal!

Tomorrow, I’ll be hauling ass over to a symposium about the recent neutrino ruckus.

Three friends and my physics teacher will be coming along. Or rather, we’ll be coming along with our teacher. Die-hard physics bastards we are, right?

You needed to register yourself beforehand. Amongst other things, you needed to fill in your company.
After some derping about, me and one of my best friends decided it’d be best to put a minor Steins;Gate reference there. She said Okabe’s lab was called Future Gadget Lab. Guess what our fake company name is now? That’s right, Future Gadget Lab.
We need those cool badges from the anime, actually. But we don’t have them. BAWW.

But yeah, looking forward to that. I hope I’ll have enough time tomorrow to report back to you guys, tell you what I’ve learned.

See you!
~ Fang


  • 26/10/2011 (3:55 AM)

    oh you guys and your antics. haha.
    have fun at the physics symposium, and learn about physics and shizz. xD

  • 24/10/2011 (8:17 PM)

    Does this fake company of yours mess with microwaves or drink beverages like Dr Pepper? Because that’s just crazy… Crazy!!

  • 24/10/2011 (4:02 PM)

    Damn it Mike! Ruining my dreams of FTL travel.

  • 24/10/2011 (1:24 PM)

    Future Gadget Lab! Niiiice. Good luck. And I so want to know what you learned there. So update soon!

  • 24/10/2011 (3:31 AM)

    Good luck with “Future Gadget Lab”!

  • 24/10/2011 (2:56 AM)

    The neutrinos traveling faster than light thing has already pretty much conclusively been exposed as mechanical error, read this for more info if you’re interested:

  • 24/10/2011 (2:53 AM)

    O yeah sounds like some good times.

  • 24/10/2011 (1:12 AM)

    I’ve been waiting for news of that. I sure hope they don’t kick you out for coming from a fake company!

  • Jay
    24/10/2011 (12:31 AM)

    looking forward to finally understanding this neautrino business. ;)

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