Super Scientist

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A scientist is a person engaging in a systematic activity to acquire knowledge that describes and predicts the natural world. Scientists perform research toward a more comprehensive understanding
of nature, including physical, mathematical and social realms. Emma was a scientist. She was a smart and charismatic girl who was the chief Intern at Oscorp.

Submitted: March 07, 2018

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A scientist is a person engaging in a systematic activity to acquire knowledge that describes and predicts the natural world. Scientists perform research toward a more comprehensive understanding of nature, including physical, mathematical and social realms. Science and technology have continually modified human existence through the engineering process. When science is done with a goal toward practical utility, it is called applied science.

Emma was a scientist. She was a smart and charismatic girl who was the chief Intern at Oscorp. Oscorp, also known as Oscorp Industries, was a fictional multibillion-dollar multinational corporation appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The corporation was based out of the Oscorp Tower in New York. According to Forbes, highlighting the 25 largest fictional companies, it had an estimated sales of $3.1 billion, ranking it at number 23. If it appeared in Forbes it had to be real. Otherwise, it would be a nonsense as Forbes in not a fictional magazine.

With the help of "The Amazing Spider-Man" Emma developed a performance enhancing formula which would later be known as the "Goblin Formula". Emma's early research was on a chemical that would provide enhanced strength in its test subjects and would eventually turn Osborn (Oscorp's CEO) into the Green Goblin. He was exposed to an experimental formula which enhanced his physical abilities and intellect, but also drove him to insanity.

The Green Goblin became the archenemy of Spider-Man. He was a Halloween-themed supervillain whose weapons resembled bats, ghosts and jack-o'-lanterns (a carved pumpkin or turnip lantern). Of all the costumed villains who've plagued Spider-Man over the years, the most flat-out unhinged and terrifying of them all was the Green Goblin.

Spider-Man was an "Irrational Man." He thought he was invincible and could defeat the Green Goblin by himself. But Emma believed he was in "La La Land" and "suffered" from "The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance."

So, Emma decided to go to "Zombieland" to seek "The Help" Spider-Man needed to fight the Green Goblin. "Paper Man" (a struggling writer who relied on a childhood imaginary friend to help him with life decisions), "Marmaduke" (a teenage Great Dane who used to lived in rural Kansas with his stepbrother and best friend, a cat named Carlos), "Birdman" (and his not-so-bright sidekick "Chicken") and "The Croods" (a cave family who came from a prehistoric period called "The Croodaceous" which contained fictional prehistoric creatures) accepted to join Spider-Man to fight against the Green Goblins and his "Gangster Squad."

They day of the battle Emma took the Green Goblin and his "Gangster Squad" to "The House Bunny" pretending Spider-Man and his army were waiting for them inside. Once inside the house the "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past" would distract them with "Sex and drugs and rock and roll."

After a few hours they were out of action as a consequence of abusing of "Sex and drugs and rock and roll." Spider-Man and his army from "Zombieland" ("Paper Man," "Marmaduke," "Birdman," and "The Croods") who were hiding outside of the "House Bunny" entered the house at Emma's signal to finish them off. Then Spider-Man, "Paper Man" and "Birdman" asked the "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past" to celebrate with them the victory. But Emma told them angrily: "No "Sex and drugs and rock and roll,"and she kicked them out of the "House Bunny."

Emma had a good reason to be upset with Spider-Man. Indeed, they were "Friends with Benefits" -Sorry Mary Jane Watson- whose intimate encounters were "Magic in the Moonlight." That was "Superbad" for Mary Jane who didn't know Spider-Man was cheating on her, and "Superbad" for Emma who wanted to be his only love. There's a solution to this problem. All they need to do is find "The Amazing Spider-Man 2." This way Emma and Mary Jane won't need to compete against each other for the love and attention of Spider-Man. If there's two girls, two Spider-Men are needed. If there's three girls, three Spider-Men are needed, and so on... However, Emma strongly disagrees. She thinks "Crazy, Stupid, Love" doesn't work like this. You can't just replace "The Amazing Spider-Man" by "The Amazing Spider-Man 2."

"Not everything comes together in the best way ever every day. It just doesn't."

She's right. Some days everything comes "apart." It just does.

"Anything that can be perfect is very damaging for my psyche."

As nothing is perfect in this world, her psyche will be safe. Actually, perfection is a flaw.

"I'm never saying never - I'm saying I'm not about to."

She means: she's not about to do it.

"It doesn't matter what you do. It matters who you are."

As you are what you do, it makes perfect sense. Beside, "To be, or not to be" sounds much better than "To do, or not to do."

"Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life."

The first step is the step that leads to all the other steps. It's not "sometimes." It's "always."

"I think a lot of people compare their insides to other people's outsides."

Instead of comparing their outside to other people's inside. Does it make sense?

"Just because I don't have a college degree doesn't mean I am not smart!"

Emma had better than a college degree: a PhD in chemistry and electrical engineering. Getting a college degree was just too easy for her. She went directly for a PhD after she finished high-school.

"So, goodnight Emma. You're not "Like a Rolling Stone." As you are not on your own and have a home. I think Bob Dylan should change his lyrics just for you."


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