Good morning, my dudes. Today is my first midterm. It’s Sunday. Yes, who the heck gives a midterm on a Sunday? I don’t know. [slurping] It’s chemistry. The material is quite easy, not gonna lie. I learned it in, like, grade 11, but you don’t see me complaining Category is: Gases Maybe I’ll explain a little bit Hello everybody. My name is Jill Nye the science woman and I’m your friendly neighborhood chemist! Today I’m here to teach you all about the stuff that you fart, smoke and breathe. Now there are certain laws with regards to gases that you should know or else… [dramatic music] You know what? We won’t talk about that. Number one: this dude named Robert Boyle. He really was the boil on the butt of humanity that started this whole madness with gas chemistry. He said if you squish a gas it will get angry at you and then the pressure will increase. Next, we’re on to Charles’ law. This is Jack Charles. NOT James Charles, Jack Charles! He said that if you heat a gas, it will also get mad at you. But this time It will just get fatter. And finally, Avocado’s law! [awkward silence] I think that’s what I meant. Now this dude–this dude loved carbon a lot, so he invented the mole. Wait, no. That’s the wrong one. Son of a b- But that’s besides the point. Back to avocado’s law. He said that if you have equal volumes of ideal gases, the numbers of molecules will be the same. Now once these laws had been drilled into everybody’s brains and no one could stand it anymore, some big-brained geniuses came along and said, “Hey!” “We can make a formula out of this!” So they wrote PV=nRT P is for pressure V is for volume n is for number of moles R is for whatever the frick this is And T tells you if you’ll burn your hand off. So class, that’s like 1/10th of everything that’s gonna be on the test. The rest of the test will be questions that most likely Einstein would suffer with So study hard because you’ll fail anyways, so good luck! So yeah. That’s what’s on the test. I’ve been doing practice questions since yesterday. I’m gonna go study now. We have a couple hours until my midterm. It’s at 1pm. It’s not even 9am right now so I’m gonna get some last-minute brain crunching in. I’ll see you guys in a bit. Did you know that scientists estimate that the human brain has a storage capacity of between ten to a hundred terabytes? I have several questions, like one, how the heck did you compute that number? Did you plug in a USB key into a brain or try to store a word document on one? Like which law did you break? Number two, if I run out of storage–which, believe me, I’m planning on doing so–can I buy more storage, or do I have to transfer that memory to the cloud? Can I upgrade my brain to a new storage capacity? How many souls do I have to sell? Anyways, after that bonanza where I did god knows what, it was time for me to eat breakfast. Now I’ve been experimenting a bit with intermittent fasting, and I have to say, I really like the way it makes me feel. I have my first meal at around 10am, and it’s essentially a bigger, badder and scarier looking avocado tortilla. Let me explain. First, the tortillas themselves. These ones! I got them off of Amazon [chuckles] Okay, just stick with me for one second. They were the only low carb and organic option I could find So, y’know what? I’ll do it. So once you have your two tortillas ready, we attack the avocado. I’ve been butchered on the internet for eating avocado pure, so here you go everyone: some salt. I also sprinkled some black pepper And these crushed red peppers. But not too much, though. Because I don’t want to have to amputate my tongue. Then you mash it all up together until it looks like some sick descendant of green Play-Doh and haphazardly spread it across your tortillas. Then the real fun begins. I take just some plain, raw mushrooms and cut them up into tiny slivers and slap those bad boys down the center of my canvas. And yes, the pink knife is a must. “Why do I eat raw mushrooms?” you may be wondering. One word: crunch. And finally, the last step in this ritual is to add grilled chicken. Around 50g of this stuff is more than enough. The only thing left to do now is to roll this thing up, which always ends up being a fight that is tooth and nail on both parts, so you’ve been warned Throw them on a plate and breakfast is served. Or is it brunch? Lunch? What about “scrunch”? Does it taste good? Of course it tastes good! Are you kidding me? This thing is one of the top ten best things to ever come out of my brain! Long are gone the days of that skinny little tortilla I’ve finally come out to play. AaAAaaAaaAAaaAAaaaAaaaaA Wait, did you think I’m scared? I’m not scared. I ate my textbook yesterday for dinner. Okay? Believe me, I pooped out quantum mechanics this morning. It wasn’t fun. But anyways– The fit, what’s it looking like? First off , these leggings No! They’re not from Aritzia I know, what the heck is happening? They’re from Lululemon and I only have to buy clothes from them because Aritzia doesn’t make workout clothing. Then we have this white shirt uhhhh- I dont think I have to say where that’s from. And then this sweater This sweater is from Hollister. This is one of the only sweaters that I have left over from the slight obsession I had with Abercrombie and Fitch in grade 8. This backpack? It’s my apocalypse backpack. If the world ends, I throw everything I can in there and just run. Side note: The clashing greens between my backpack and these tights really just cements my position as a fashion icon. And finally We have my hydroflasksksksksskskskskksksks So yeah, that’s the fit. Do you have an issue with me? Do you really have a problem with me? You wanna be starting something? You’re a vegetable. Okay, I need to go. Hiiiii Who’s ready to write a test? Yesterday, I was eating pasta while doing my homework and I was a little bit messy… [coughs] [viciously clears throat] Yummy. It’s been nice knowing you. [music] Fool me once, strike one. Fool me twice, strike three. [music] Hi, you ready for the tea? So I walk in and then they pass out the tests–whatever– and then the woman beside me–I don’t know her name and god bless her– but she starts writing so fast! The desk is shaking, I’m sweating! I’m like, “oh my god!” Like, what the heck. CALM DOWN! I do the first page, it’s fine. And then the second page comes along, partial pressure, and I studied that a lot, but for some reason the questions were so hard! It was, like, completely different from the textbooks, and I was freaking out so then–you know when you, like, look over all the questions in the test and you’re like, “Okay, I dont know how to do that one. I’ll just leave it to the end.” And I get to the last page and then I’m already sweating, because I don’t know how to do, like, 4 questions. My face is red! And then you know I–I calm down, start to focus. I go back. I don’t know what happened. Newton, or Einstein, or the gods, just, like, blessed me with the information and I was able to solve it. It was, like, the plot twist of the century. I am ravenous. So, my dudes, hello. It’s now 6pm. And it’s time for dinner. You may be wondering, “Joanna, what the heck are you eating?” Good question, let me explain. So I got home from the test. I looked in the fridge and I found half a buttercup squash, and I was like, “You know what? I’ll eat it.” I’ll do it. I don’t care. There’s nothing else for me to eat. So I carved out its guts–well, tried to without making a mess– sprayed some olive oil on that thing, doused it in salt, and then threw it in the oven. Then, I had the genius idea to stuff this thing. You know I have never eaten a stuffed chicken. I don’t know how to make stuffing, but I made a pretty good guess. I tried my best and I think I’ve created something that’s eatable. I had some turkey breasts. I cut up about 140g of that thing. Diced it. It was disgusting. Raw meat is one of the seven disasters of the world. So we won’t talk about that. And then I burned it in a pan, I put salt and some dill on it, And then, I got a little bit more creative. I threw in some mushrooms, Some red onions for spice, Some green onions for funk, And some leeks for spunk. So, yeah, it was pretty fun. At this point, the buttercup squash had been burning for a solid 20 minutes, so I took it out of the oven. Now, this is where I probably screwed up. I found this little tin can of tomato sauce. I know, what the heck was I thinking? I don’t know how long it’s been in the back of my fridge, but I took it out. I thought, hey, maybe I can do something cool and, like, maybe the flavors will match. I put like a teaspoon of tomato sauce in the buttercup squash. It was kinda stupid in hindsight because there was literally nothing in that can. And then I put this stuff in the buttercup squash. It looked like I had vomited up my breakfast and threw it in a vegetable and served it. Some ten minutes later, uh, it came out and now it looks like this. I’m excited to eat it. So yeah, all that’s left for me to do now is try it. [silence] That was good. So now, newsflash, I’m gonna do more homework. That’s essentially it. I hope you enjoyed this video. I didn’t really have much to film this week So I hope that this maybe tickled your pickle. Ew. But I’ll see you guys next week. Hope you enjoyed this, hope you had fun. I love you so much and I’ll see you in the next one. Toodles!