Joined 10 years ago from the laboratory :)
*!* HUGE NEWS *!*
I've been working on a project in secret, and I'm giving all HubPage denizens a chance to preview the Eric McClellan Initiative before the world! :D
Hello, my name is Professor Eric McClellan, PhD. I am a physicist working at CERN's Large Hadron Collider.
My hobbies include Physics, Science, and playing the drums. :)
Contact me you need any help building motherboard, solving physics, or with chemical reactions.
Also, check out my Twitter. :]
Dr. Eric McClellan
Lately I've also been working on my concept album The Pegasus. With it I turn all these thoughts tumulting within my cranium into the melodious tunes of music. Check out my page on the SixtyOne where I've uploaded my first song "I Have A Dream."
This song is revolutionary because it proves the Riemann Hypothesis and is the secret behind the Pegasus.
Eric McClellan on the SixtyOne
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