My name is Tim Young and I am an Astrophysicist currently studying an interesting type of dead star called Pulsars. I am also an avid science communicator, working at Horizon the Planetarium here in Perth, and also having started up a not-for-profit group with some of my colleagues called the Guerilla Astronomers. However, you might know me better as one of the “Geeks” from 2010’s TV Show Beauty and the Geek.
Anchorage is a place where I can sit down at the end of the day and put some of my thoughts down on virtual paper, whether they are about my experiences on Beauty and the Geek, gaming, literature, music, or just the ramblings of a tired scientist. Among my friends and colleagues I am well known for my ability to come up with and sometimes begin new projects, but am equally notorious for never finishing them; if I ever do so, they will be documented in appropriate detail here. One of them will be my thoughts on the latest season of Beauty and the Geek Australia, which I recently appeared in.
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