Conjecture girl is a girl who lives life inside her head.
She is a girl who thinks a lot – actually too much – about things that do not matter to most people.
She asks herself too many questions – usually sarcastic, possibly important, sometimes sensible, but always logical.
Update (July 2012) : Sarcasm seems to have taken a sabbatical from my system, though it does come visiting now and then.
She is a researcher by
day night, and her brain is good at taking observations and trying to explain the why and how of the observations.
But, instead of using that brain for her research, she often uses it to question why people behave the way the do and comes up with either these totally conjectural answers to these questions, or, after much analysis, a short and simple “I just don’t get it!”. Sometimes, hopefully very rarely, she gives up and rants – akin to saying what is already known and calling it a survey paper or proposing a better way to do things like in a “A more efficient method to….” paper.
Since she feels that good(?) research, of whatever kind, should never remain unpublished, she shares her expert thoughts with the poor, naive, ignorant world through this blog.
For further context :
- Conjecture girl is Indian.
- She is in her mid-twenties and still a student.
- She is single and loves being that.
- She is an introvert bookworm.
- She is an atheist, but not the
militantkind. Updated to : not the kind who waits to pounce on unsuspecting believers and try to rip them apart just to prove that they are fools to believe what they believe. She says, you believe what you want to believe – as long as you do not affect me or others or ask me to change what I believe!
- She is a fierce
- She insists that she should have full ownership of the mistakes in her life.
- She is a firm believer of “Live, let live” and “To each, his/her own”.
Now, move on and read her ‘valuable’ opinions on her posts. Shoo!
For a kick-start, try these ones that I hold close to my heart.