science trick

~ Dragon of Steel ~

{{ At first, an attempt at a Teo as an Overwatch hero thanks to @shen-gaoren and @ask-a-rathalos’ ideas. Became a luminous cyborg releasing explosive powder out of his hands with a super classy outfit }} 


Screencaps of James on Spain’s El Hormiguero show on 12 Jan 17, where he talked about Split and was made to play various games with the host and his guests, including talking to puppets, guessing morphs of his own face, card tricks, and various science tricks. Not pictured: Korean contortionists and homoerotic body painting.



I’m not the best at studying and I’m just starting to try to get some good study habits but I still have some good tips and tricks that might help someone.

- ALWAYS RE-READ YOUR NOTES. After school when you get home, take out your notes and re-read them or rewrite them too, if they are messy (mine are usually not messy). Even if they are not messy you can highlight points you didn’t highlight or make it pretty. I always re-read my notes to make sure I understand everything. Because when I’m writing notes in class I usually just write what I see in a hurry before the teacher erases the board or changes the PowerPoint slide. So don’t just write notes and not read them until test time!

And if anyone wants to know these are my science notes. Those are ray diagrams of concave mirrors.