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Danielle Barnham Âû
Attended Swinburne University of Technology
Lives in Melton South
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Here is my new page guys. Dedicated to showcasing my works (when I do them) ... if you would like to follow (and share) feel free. 
Reporter: You've been called the Da Vinci of our time. What do you say to that? ~ Stark: Absolutely ridiculous. I don't paint.
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The Rock Doctor is my Doctor. 
Shine on you Crazy Diamond! 
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He's a big damn hero ...
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Iron boy saves the day in aus. 
THIS could be the most heartwarming story you read today.
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Oooh ... I mean it's pretty predictable what there going to say but still exciting none the less.
 
Announcement Thursday on Einstein's gravitational waves - Scientists are set to make a major announcement Thursday on efforts to pinpoint the existence of gravitational waves, or ripples of space and time that transport energy across the universe.
Scientists are set to make a major announcement Thursday on efforts to pinpoint the existence of gravitational waves, or ripples of space and time that transport energy across the universe.
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If anyone is thinking about watching Torchwood, heed my advice and pretend series 4 never existed. Wasn't terrible but wasn't. ... well ... Wasn't anything.

Here enjoy this adorable stormtrooper cartoon. Naaaasw
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I don't know why but I detest mysteries.  Always have.  I find them generally impossible to figure out and not worth trying.  Suspense and tension just stresses me out too.  So I tend toward showy stuff or funny stuff or touching stuff.  mostly I like silly stuff but there's not enough in the world to keep me fed, really.
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Aldebaran. My electric. She's only a cheap one but her sound is pretty good. Shame one doesn't have an amp anymore. Maybe I can invest in a small portable. 
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And this is why Peter is my favourite Doctor ... EVER!
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It's official. Gravity waves have been detected. Every single genersl relativity prediction has now been observed and another independent method of observing black holes. 
After 100 years of searching, an international team of physicists has confirmed the existence of Einstein's gravitational waves, marking one of the biggest astrophysical discoveries of the past century. It's a huge deal, because it not only...
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I didn't understand when the news showed up this morning but various sources have conspired to explain it till I do.  Essentially, we've found a way to measure a phenomena that was previously invisible to us.  Being able to reliably detect and measure makes it go from theory to fact, and gives us a new access to information. Like tracing the point of a pebble dropped in a pond by measuring the ocean's waves, it's not easy but they can in fact figure out where things are, or were, and what they did!
Pretty nifty for future space travel, actually, since these gravitic waves are likely a good way to navigate.
There's a polynesian culture that builds maps of the ocean with bamboo sticks woven into a structure that represents the wave patterns and currents.  With this, they can navigate vast distances around the south pacific. Astrophysicists can now use these gravitic waves similarly.
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So bored. What's everyone up to?

This is my dream car ... well sort of I want the ute version. It's a HR holden. If I remember correctly it came out in 1967-69 and depending on year the engine was either a 169 or 17something red block.

I like the ute better as holdens had this weird thing where they'd use the same lights the previous model had on the rear end. The station wagon and sedans had the long horizontal lights that followed onto the kingswood series whereas the previous model HD had a square like configuration.

HR were also one of the last smaller models. The introduction of the kingswood also meant larger cars more suited to rough country australia conditions. Harder and more American muscle style (which I also love btw) the HR ute is a tiny thing in comparison but it is beautiful. 
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+Peter Allan He can't go without his cage which is just too big for normal vehicles. I would otherwise bring him places.  I can't handle him, he's quite feral and doesn't tolerate human fingers unless they're holding a treat.
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It's all about testing and expending. Forever push boundaries to a better and smoother understanding.
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Education
  • Swinburne University of Technology
    Master of Astronomy, 2011 - 2014
  • RMIT University
    Bachelor of Physics, 2005 - 2007
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Female
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Frustration is my constant companion - It's all standard physics until someone colonises a world and gets shot with magic missiles.
Introduction
I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer.
Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
I will permit it to pass over me and through me.
And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.
Only I will remain


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For those wondering what the Âû is, it means I am positive and proud that I am Autistic and I want the world to know that.

What does the Âû after my name mean?
1. I am Autistic.
2. I embrace my Autism as a very significant part of my identity.
3. I embrace those who would sacrifice to protect all Autistic life.
4. I embrace the belief that Autism does not need any "curing".
5. I embrace the self-advocacy goal of "Everything about us, with us".
6. I embrace the definition of Autism as a neuro-social difference.
7. I embrace measures directed at protecting Autistics from attack.
8. I embrace a person-centred approach to all Autism issues.
9. I embrace rigorous scientific approaches to co-occurring conditions.
10. I embrace Autistics leading their own welfare organisations.
Bragging rights
I'm Autistic --- I solved the Rubiks Cube --- Amongst the first to discover a top 10 Youtube Video (according to Youtube it is a big thing)
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Currently
Melton South
Previously
Dunolly - Daylesford - Ballan - Bacchus Marsh - Ballarat
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