An annotated panorama view of the outer wall of the DIII-D National Fusion Facility. DIII-D is a tokamak; an experimental fusion reactor that uses magnetic fields to confine plasma. The 82 systems shown are managed by universities, national laboratories, and General Atomics.
Well, I guess this is my life now.
That’s as far you go, silly bear.
First trip to the zoo as parents, and the kids were more impressed by the tour buses than the animals 🙂
LaTeX integration alone makes me wish I had moved to WordPress a long time ago. It is so easy to use, and with no effort on my part.
Seen in the wild; I didn’t realize that the mascot of Oak Ridge National Laboratory is the monkey. They should include this happy little monkey on their homepage.
Someone photographed the same amusement park before and after mobile devices became commonplace, and the result may be that people enjoy the park much less now. Is the park not as fun as it used to be, or are we distracted and unable to enjoy life’s moments? Also, CNN covered it.
A San Diego sunset harbor cruise is something that both tourists and locals can enjoy. This might be a poor photo, but it was a wonderful experience.
This basil plant had been doing really well, but the bugs found it and devoured it. Looks like a good time to research insect repellant methods.
My lab switched to using Zoom for teleconferences and it works very well. I know that the particle physics people use BlueJeans and seem to like it. In grad school teleconferencing was horribly unreliable, but it looks like it’s been figure out since then.