Adhd is already taken much too lightly, it can be extremely debilitating to many people and impacts every aspect of their life. I’m tired of it being treated as a less serious or “less important” disorder. I’m tired of it being thrown under the bus. It can be just as debilitating and hard to live with as depression or autism.
I grew up thinking i was neurotypical until 9th grade, despite being diagnosed with adhd in first grade, because nobody treated it seriously as a disorder. All I’d known about it was “Hyper and draws in class uwu” until ealier this year, 10th grade, i found out about executive dysfunction, hyperfixations, memory problems.
I grew up thinking i was neurotypical, but that i was just lazy and st*pid, that something about me was broken because i couldnt remember things i had just been told, i was told that i just wasnt trying hard enough because i was a smart kid.
I thought i was messed up because of my hyperfixations, and i hated how “obsessed” i would get with my fandoms and how much my friends made fun of it because many of them were “cringey” (Mlp, hetalia, fnaf, and undertale to name a few)
Please stop treating adhd as nothing more than “hyperactive and easily distracted”. It’s fucked up.
PID Kontrolör- Animasyonlu Gerçek Bir Örnek
Ayarlanmış bir PID denetleyicisi kolun kol açısını istenen noktada tutmak için otomatik olarak motor hızını düzenler. Arduino'da Ziegler-Nichols'un ayar sabitlerini kullanarak programlanmaktadir.
PID Controller - A Real Example with Animation
A tuned PID controller - automatically manipulates the motor speed to maintain the lever arm’s angle at a setpoint. Programmed on Arduino, using Ziegler-Nichols tuning constants.
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A Beginner’s Guide to Mathematica
A Brief Introduction to Particle Physics
A First Course in General Relativity
A New Astronomy
A No-Nonsense Introduction to General Relativity
A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century, Fourth Edition
A Review of General Chemistry
A Simple Guide to Backyard Astronomy
A Text Book for High School Students Studying Physics
A Tour of Triangle Geometry
About Life: Concepts in Modern Biology
Advanced Mathematics for Engineers
Advanced Microwave Circuits and Systems
Advances in Computer Science and IT
Advances in Evolutionary Algorithms
Advances in Geoscience and Remote Sensing
Advances in Haptics
Advances in Human Computer Interaction
Age of Einstein
Aging by Design
AMPL: A Modeling Language for Mathematical Programming
An Introduction to Elementary Particles
An Introduction to Higher Mathematics
An Introduction to Many Worlds in Quantum Computation
An Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning
An Introduction to Mathematics
An Introduction to Proofs and the Mathematical Vernacular
An Introduction to Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Analysis 1 (Tao T)
Analysis 2 (Tao T)
Astronomy for Amateurs
Astronomy with an Opera-Glass
Automation and Robotics
Basic Algebra, Topology and Differential Calculus
Basic Concepts of Mathematics
Basic Concepts of Thermodynamics
Basic Concepts of Thermodynamics Chapter 1
Basic Ideas in Chemistry
Basic Math: Quick Reference eBook
Basic Mathematics for Astronomy
Basic Positional Astronomy
Basic Principles of Classical and Statistical Thermodynamics
NOTE: Here’s the second request fic! It ended up being…really long…again. I hope it’s not too long and that you can still enjoy it! It turned into a college au too?
Shiro woke just after six in the morning with every symptom he’d hoped would hold off until after finals. The thing that woke him was the coughing. The pain in his head, the congestion, and general achiness spreading from the center of his back followed as he tried in vain to stifle the paroxysms, burying his face in his pillow.
The last thing he wanted was to wake everyone else in the apartment. The rest of the group was asleep, except maybe for Hunk, who might have already left for an opening shift at the campus cafe.
Shiro sat up carefully, blinking hard against the dizziness threatening to send him toppling off his bed. He’d felt this coming yesterday when he got home around midnight after studying in the library. He’d ignored it while he finished his paper that was due for his first class today. He’d hoped, when he went to bed around two, that the scratchy throat and sniffling would be gone in the morning. Now that it was morning, he felt exponentially worse.