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Suggested Reading, part 1 · 5:10am Jan 7th, 2013

So, some notes on my selection of books.

The Stars, a childhood favorite. I always like the nighttime sky better than the daytime one, and dreamed of becoming an astrophysicist. I still want to, but in this economy it may be infeasible take a traditional route.

The Fieldbook which would be "A Colt's Guide to Nature". Even though FiM is a North American show, and the Scouting Movement has done a lot to develop me as a person and a citizen, I'm not sure if there would be a pony equivalent to Gen. Badon-Powell and the Scouting Movement.

Griffith's Quantum Mechanics. In my field there's about two or three books for each class, and since I'm taking undergrad quantum in two weeks (thus beginning my imprisonment) it seemed appropriate.

Basic Geometry is just one of those titles that seemed appropriate for a school textbook. It'd be one of those old style textbooks, from back when a person who went through primary and secondary school was considered well education and most of way towards being a skill tradesman or a gentleman.

... if this story ever got a TVTropes entry, it'll be an interesting one.

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