Suzie Sterling lives in a strange and beautiful place, and because of her magical grandpa she has to balance between school and the world of the supernatural. [RATED YA FOR MILD LANGUAGE AND SOME HORROR ELEMENTS]

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Chapter 8: I Am Not Amused - Page 11

31st May 2021, 10:28 AM

Chapter 8: I Am Not Amused - Page 11

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JitterbugJive 31st May 2021, 10:28 AM
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The Alolan PokeNerd
31st May 2021, 10:37 AM
The Alolan PokeNerd
Hopefully this will work
31st May 2021, 12:16 PM
Xel Nine Unknown
This is a good plan.
31st May 2021, 12:36 PM
Just stay calm while this entity possesses you. No worries.
31st May 2021, 2:32 PM
Is this a digital yes-yes board I see before me?
1st Jun 2021, 2:45 AM
if that fails, I guess it's time to break out the Ouija board 😛
2nd Jun 2021, 3:06 AM
Science is actually a creative process! You have to question the world, wonder why it works the way it does, come up with hypotheses to explain it, imagine experiments to test your hypotheses, and then find ways to realize these experiments.

Everyone knows about Leonardo da Vinci, right?

But, for example, many biologists are also excellent painters and illustrators, because creating images that represent precisely the species (to help identification) is a necessity. Photos may be too "busy" to really help, while a drawing can be engineered to represent everything clearly (including, say, a plant with leaves, flowers, and fruits at different stages, which is not going to happen in nature). Take Beatrix Potter, who drew all these classic children's book; or John James Audubon, of the birdwatchers' society fame. Biologists and artists!

But it's not just biologists. Engineers also need good drawing skills. Take Samuel Morse, pioneer of the telegraph and creator of the Morse code. Also a painter. Or take Hedy LaMarr, a Hollywood actress from the black & white era... who also worked on frequency-hopping radio systems for the US Navy, and her innovations have since been at the core of many wireless technologies including WIFI and Bluetooth.

Or Brian May, lead guitarist for Queen, who is also an astrophysician.
2nd Jun 2021, 8:45 AM
It may be a creative process yes, but I think part of being an artist is also acknowledging that you're some form of artist. Suzie right now just memorizes a lot of info, she likes science a lot but doesn't really do much to actually practice it outside of school and working with her plants. Not yet at least, who knows, maybe having direct contact with a muse might spark something more in her?