## Painfully Grows

It’s been a long, long time since I’ve posted anything on this website. I could find countless excuses for that, but overall it should not have happened. I’ve spent the past six months on campus in Hong Kong, and it was “a fruitful…

## Unfixable Anxiety

It's been over half a year since I first got on campus, and my precious time as an innocent freshman has clearly passed. Before there is such thing as college life to enjoy due to the pathetically contagious status quo,  I have to face a somewhat realistic problem. The contradictory…

## From the Former Dreamer

For a long time, I had been seeing myself not as an award-winning high school graduate with a promising future, but a fool who had screwed every single chance to win a better title. That is part of the reason why I named myself Zepto, a unit prefix in the…

## Maurice Wilkins & DNA

Maurice Wilkins was one of the key scientists involved in the discovery and verification of the structure of DNA. Wilkins began investigating DNA after working on radar screens and the Manhattan Project during World War II. Like many scientists, he was worried the Nazis could develop nuclear weapons, and was…

## Oysters Bring Sea to Chicago

This is a translated version. Read the original one by Ent. In 1954, biologist F.A. Brown dug a batch of oysters from the Connecticut Shore. Knowing the oysters’ tide-relating behaviour, the biorhythm researcher brought them to an underground aquarium in Chicago thousands of miles away, hoping for a new…