I think, yeah, that sounds pretty crazy, but, you know, I’ve never been a scientist.

My only experience in science was in elementary school.

I was a science nerd.

I would read scientific papers, I would go to the library and go and look up things and I just started to fall in love with physics.

I mean, it was pretty exciting to be an early adopter of science, to go to school and study science and go to college and then get a Ph.

D. and then just start doing research.

I guess I’ve always been like, “What do you do?”

But then, at some point, I just kind of got to the point where I’m like, I’m just gonna be like, Wow, that’s what I want to do.

I don’t really care about what happens to me, it’s a really fun life, and I can just kind-of ignore it.

I want, you’re gonna say, “Yeah, well, if I can make this happen, I guess we can have a normal life.”

I can take a walk on the beach.

I can go to my backyard and watch a movie.

I have a bunch of friends that I can do whatever I want and then I’ll just go on the Internet and see what people are doing and I’ll go to a forum and find somebody who’s doing something like that and just say, oh, I can actually make this work.

But it’s not really a big deal, and it’s very exciting to me to see that.

I’m very happy to be here, to be able to talk to my family about my plans, and to be in a place where I can, you can’t do this.

[Laughs.]

I’ve got a little bit of money and I’m not really rich.

So it’s cool.

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