I enjoy water: analyzing it, talking to it to affect positive molecular structural behavior, using it to make jello, swimming in it, and further developing my study of covalent and ionic bonding, which definitely supports my theory since 2011 that water should be bottled. When I'm not recording my H2O observations in my water log, I focus my concentration and academic pursuits on time travel. I have an extensive collection of aluminum foil materials, glue sticks, and industrial grade rubber bands that are being slated for eventual use in a DIY-in-the-garage Time Travel Machine. As of this writing, I do not hold any patents for my anticipated DIYITG_TT kit.
And if you haven't guessed it by now, I am universally challenged but I will take the time out my busy finger-painting schedule to attend or conduct a lecture on Michael Faraday, magnetism, and/or superposition.
Evolutionary biology, biochemistry, neuroscience, solid state chemistry, and microwave oven technology.
Neuroscience and evolutionary biology, particularly endocrinology and ethology.
Mini-microwave technology. I think more scientific inquiry and focus should be applied to R&D of pocket-size microwave ovens that run on liquid metal batteries. (Think easy bake-ovens; only with batteries that run for 365 days before requiring a recharge).
String Theory and Quantum Mechanics are serious academic pursuits, which I enjoy discussing over coffee in a box with a cat (see Schrodinger's Cat if you think I'm crazy now). Biochemistry and its application-implications in our modern world also spark great interest if not imagination in my daily routine.
Specifically in order: time travel in theory and application, time travel technology combined with smart phone apps, time travel on a budget, mini-microwave oven technology, mini-frozen burritos.
Taking simple scientific or technological concepts and, thus nevertheless hither therefore furthermore, making such concepts-ideas too difficult to comprehend at even kindergarten level.
Well, I really don't know where to begin "my" story, per se, except to start at the source. My father saw my mother one day, and the idea of a love connection popped into his head and pants, where he coincidentally had a coupon for a buy-one-get-one-free (BOGO) tasty freeze banana royale. They subscribed to the Darwinian natural selection theory and their love connection (i.e. the hook-up) evolved into a sexual relationship, producing me. So it's wonderful to know that a banana treat produced by my father for my mother's enjoyment produced me. That's my TED story. And I'm stickin' with it.
Biology, baby..it's all science.