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The Fediverse is great thanks to things like the hashtag. Here goes mine!

I can help with:

- Baking: bread and cakes including sourdough

- Academic writing: LaTeX and bibliography management

- College level mechanical engineering (I teach at uni!): vibration, noise, structures, material properties and the like. Also numerical methods, specially finite elements.

- Spanish: I'm a native 😊

Feel free to ask about anything and I'll try to help.

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Now that I'm reading so many I realised that I never introduced myself here!

I'm a researcher in applied mechanics, blogger and home baker. I'm obsessed with sourdough bread and free software and paint and knit whenever I can.

My objective for 2018 is learning to play the mandolin :D

Radishes are growing in a big pot that Father rescued and they're looking great!

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💥 En el #PAN34💥 , confinados y confitados charlamos con @Cienciamundana
sobre conspiranoias sobre el #coronavirus, con @CorioPsi
sobre ansiedad en confinamiento, y con @Terceranexus6
sobre ciberseguridad durante el teletrabajo.

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how to bake bread: mix stuff and wait. mix in more stuff and wait. bake bread.
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I'll be very well accompanied in my third week of lockdown: sunflowers are here! 🌻

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Solo para que sepan que no están solos.

Se están recaudando teléfonos y cargadores para que los pacientes aislados puedan al menos despedirse de sus familiares. Por si os apetece contribuir:

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A editorial #Kalandraka acaba de poñer en marcha en marcha a través da súa canle dixital un proxecto audiovisual que recolle a narración de #contos tradicionais.


accédese aquí 📺


Food (+++) 

Food (es) 

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random kitchen science tip 

I could plant a forest of them in the garden and attract the cows so they can leave in freedom there.

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Maybe I got obsessed with Galician cabbage because it's a cabbage and a tree and there is a similiar one in Jersey whose trunk is used to make walking sticks.

Peppers (the vegetable) are among us now.

Solanaceae are my thing.

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Today is garden chore day. I gathered the dry grass, weeded and mulched.

Taking care of the garden is my little piece of normality these days.

Melons and sunflowers have been sowed.

Go plants, go!

Remember I sowed 50 garlics in December?

Now they look like this!

In June they'll be extracted and tied into garlic strings.

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