Teens What Are the Last Things You Did to Not Be Bored?

1.movie you watched in the theater - Avatar. I have not been to the theater since Christmas holidays, so yeah that's the last one i saw. 2. movie you watched on DVD - I can not remember, hmmmm. Oh, i checked on my xbox apparently it's called "Old Dogs" I do not even remember watching that. 3. thing you ate - Chicken, Potatoes, my mom's desert. 4. thing you drank - Water. 5. book you read - Ca not think of the name. 6. tv show you watched - Gossip girl, i re-watched the season final. I can not wait for the next season!!! :( 7. 3 songs you listened to. Flashing lights - kenye west. I clicked on a question with a link to the new commercial of yahoo Lol. Umm I did not listen to anything else today. 8. person you kissed - kevin. 9. person you hugged - my dad. 10. clothes you bought - I ordered some stuff from Victoria's secret. Within that order I bought a zebra print dress, 5 inch heels by Collin Stewart, and a few p-jais. 11. store you shopped in - Le Chateau. 12. text you got - Texting does not work on my phone, I need to talk with my provider. :( 13. text you wrote? ----

1. What did you get for

- iHome -15 dollar iTunes gift card -25 dollar Target gift card -20 dollar Target gift card -a book -pajamas -hoodie shirt -2 plaid shirts: purple and blue -camera -a strap for my acoustic guitar -a virtual dog game (that never turns of!!!!!) -socks -a sweater -a sweatshirt -another sweatshirt (with a fake fur hood :)) -if i got anymore i forgot. -the joy of seeing the joy on peoples faces :)

2. Physics: Is time really a physical quantity?

We don't know. We don't really understand time. I really like what Augustine and Einstein said about it. I excerpt here from my discussion of this issue in my new book--beginning of excerpt from book Now: The Physics of Time:What is time? If no one asks me, I know; if I wish to explain,I do not know." That lamentation, written in the fifth century, resonates with us in the twenty-first. Yes, we know what time is. So why can't we describe it? What kind of knowledge is this that we have? ...For humans, Augustine says, there is no past or future, but only three presents: "a present of things past, memory; a present of things present, sight; a present of things future, expectation." (Was this an inspiration for Dickens's A Christmas Carol?) But his dissatisfaction with this understanding seeps out. He says, "My soul yearns to know this most entangled enigma. ...Albert Einstein was troubled by the concept of now. Philosopher Rudolf Carnap writes in his Intellectual Autobiography,"Einstein said the problem of the Now worried him seriously. He explained that the experience of the Now means something special for man, something essentially different from the past and the future, but that this important difference does not and cannot occur within physics. That this experience cannot be grasped by science seemed to him a matter of painful but inevitable resignation. So he concluded 'that there is something essential about the Now which is just outside the realm of science.'."--end of excerpt from Now: The Physics of Time--Augustine, although not a scientist, clearly expressed the conundrum that all of us have about time. Einstein admitted that he didn't understand the flow of time, although, ironically, his equations describe the relative flow of time. He believed it was outside of physics! (Be cautious, however, and recall that Einstein never accepted the uncertainty principle of quantum physics.)I think that time can be considered physical if, one day, we truly develop a theory in which space-time satisfies equations of quantum physics. Most of the theorists I know believe that such a theory will be found, but have not yet succeeded.So the bottom line is: we don't know.Physics: Is time really a physical quantity?Physics; Is time really a physical quantity?

3. what should i draw a picture of ?

There are so many fun things to draw! You can go outside and draw a scene in a park, or a building - something that does not move is easier. If you have dolls or other figures, even stuffed animals, it can be fun to set them up in a little scene, maybe with fruit in bowls like an old still life - then it looks like there are people in your drawing, but you did not have to deal with them moving around. I also like to draw pictures of things in my house - the fireplace, a messy table, what I can see right out my window. If you do not want to draw something representational, you can make designs with your black pens then color them in. Betty Edwards book "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain" did more for my drawing than any art class ever did, the website is linked below, check it out! You can often find the book second hand - the old edition is available on Amazon for 99cents!

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