I’m currently a second-year graduate student at UCLA in the Physics and Astronomy Department studying astroparticle physics. Other than physics, my intellectual interests include astrobiology, cultural anthropology, philosophical postmodernism, the Scottish Nationalist movement, and Modern Hebrew. Some of my experiential interests have lately included asking people what they’d choose between flight and invisibility, and deciding between brown bread and vegan maple Oreo at Scoops in Koreatown.
Obs. or dial.
intr. To move unsteadily and infirmly; to totter; to fall in a tottering way.
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