A researcher at the University of California at Berkeley’s Applied Nuclear Physics Department has made a stunning discovery. Ron Foester says he was sitting in a recreational area inside Stanford University’s famed linear accelerator complex SLAC, now a US Department of Energy lab, when he found his true self.
Speaking to fellow researchers at Berkeley, Foester described how he made the discovery. “I was sitting there sipping on my coffee, when I suddenly discovered myself – as in, my true inner self. That is what I have been searching for in the past few years, and only just now have I truly found it – my true being. And it happened – would you believe it – at Stanford University, of all places!”
Foester says his discovery is significant, as it will help reduce self-discovery costs world wide. He posited that people usually go on expensive retreats, hire expensive life…
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