I’m leaving Facebook for good.



Notifications, notifications, and notifications everywhere. Not only that, it is useless, a waste of time, and it really doesn’t give me any benefits in my life.

My purpose on Facebook is to share stories about my life but I don’t think Facebook is very suitable for that purpose.

Also, I never felt safe using Facebook because I feel like people could find out your identity and know where you live.

But if you know how to use Facebook the right way it might become a powerful tool, for example, merchants sell clothes and receive a lot of income.

But I’ve decided that I’ll be on Twitter from now on here: https://twitter.com/DanDrak87175557

And leaving Facebook forever because it’s useless for me.

Thank you for reading.


No copying content anymore

Hello, how is it going everyone? I hope you had a wonderful month. In this post, I am going to talk about how my blog will change and what will happen to it.

If you have noticed lately I’ve been copying content from other websites and sourcing them. But I guess people could conduct their own research and just answer the questions themselves. So here’s what I’m going to do:

  1. I am not going to copy any content from other websites
  2. I am going to make my own content somehow.

And I am looking forward to doing some more experiments with this website and having fun with it.

A very short post but thanks for reading.

German Shepards or Siberian Huskies?

I hope you guys had a wonderful month and I apologize that I haven’t posted anything I  while. I had so much to do: projects, homework, and stuff like that.

If you know me well, I am a pet lover especially dogs. Dogs are naturally loving and affectionate. Their pack animal nature makes it easy for dogs to develop strong bonds with those they perceive as members of their pack.


The German Shepherd and the Siberian Husky are my two favorite breeds and they are similar and I am going to compare them. Even though I had a German Shepherd before and I know Huskies pretty well I still had to do some research on this because every dog has a different personality.


The German Shepherd and the Husky have remarkably similar coats.

Both coats are weather resistant and double-layered and they both shed profusely during shedding season.

The German Shepherd has a lean and muscular build with keen eyes and erect ears.

Their fur comes in six colors:

  • Black
  • Black and Silver
  • Black and Tan
  • Red and Black
  • Sable
  • Grey

The Husky is more compact than the German Shepherd, with a more proportionately shaped body.

They have erect ears, a long tail, and expressive eyes that are either blue, brown, or one of each.

The Husky’s coat comes in 13 color varieties:

  • White
  • Piebald
  • Sable
  • Brown
  • Copper
  • Black
  • Black and Tan
  • Splash
  • Red
  • Agouti
  • Black and White
  • Silver
  • Grey


If you’re an energetic family with young children, the Husky might be more suitable. He is playful, energetic, very patient with kids, and would be a good choice for young families on the move. However, make sure you have a flexible schedule or other dogs around to keep your Husky busy. On the other hand, if you are interested in an intelligent dog who is eager to please and can help out around the house, then the German Shepherd is for you. This breed thrives on doggy jobs and loves to be a helpful part of his family unit. However, the German Shepherd has a shorter lifespan and is prone to a few more health issues than the Husky.


Both the Husky and the German Shepherd are active breeds who need lots of exercise and mental stimulation to stay healthy and happy. The Husky is a bit more energetic than the German Shepherd and both of these breeds will need at least an hour or two of exercise every day. On top of that, they need free time to run and play in a securely fenced yard or dog park.

You can also look at this link for a complete comparison chart: https://www.dog-learn.com/breed-vs-breed/german-shepherd-vs-siberian-husky/

I cannot decide which one I like the most, I probably going to go for German Sherpards but let me know in the comments which one you like the most.

Thank you for reading.

Sources: https://thehappypuppysite.com/german-shepherd-vs-husky/

Are Desktop Computers Becoming Obsolete?

Source: https://www.htxt.co.za/2014/08/19/chart-how-smartphone-vs-pc-usage-has-changed-in-sa-over-the-past-three-years/

The desktop won’t die out for several reasons:

1. It’s becoming the creation tool: particularly for businesses but also for the new breed of home or independent business or artist. People who make things still rely on PCs, be they laptops or desktops, to do so. Graphic design, music, art — all on PCs. Sure, you can do some of this on tablets, but the interface doesn’t support that level of control.

Developers do their work on PCs. I don’t see this changing significantly. Development requires powerful devices — multicore processors, lots of RAM, and copious storage. Developers need giant display screens.

2. Bigger screen and more power: for people who play games on PC’s, a gaming laptop is good, but the issue with gaming laptops is that they run out of battery power quickly due to power the immense power of the CPU’s and GPU’s power requirements, the battery last around 3–4 hours if you’re playing games that need powerful CPUs.

3. you can have a big giant monitor in front of your face if you don’t have a tv and do work, like making a game.

So here’s my opinion: PCs will be with us for many many years to come. But their nature will change so that they’re no longer the only way people consume or create. Marketers need to understand this multi-device future to understand the demands on software developers to support multiple devices. This suggests both market opportunities (help them solve their problems) and a way to market to address customer needs and concerns.




Why do tuxedos look so good?


To understand this, you have to understand that, no matter how much you want to re-invent the wheel, and try to think about an outfit that objectively will make a man look its best (disregarding of any message of wealth, sprezzatura, laid-backness or coolness he might want to portray with more trendy clothing) you will always arrive at the same point. A man will look his best, when he comes across as slender, tall, with broad shoulders (V-shaped), and his face, the most expressive, humane and important part of the body, in the foreground.

The way a beard (for men), makeup (for women), or a haircut can change the overall perception of your face and its proportions (although the face itself hasn’t really changed) and, thus, making you (appear) more better looking is the same way that clothes can change your body’s appearance without changing the body itself. The tuxedo, or dinner suit, is the modern product of decades and decades of fashion development, evolution, brain-storming, experimenting, and engineering of men’s clothing by the worlds savviest sartorial experts to arrive at an outfit that, per definition, will make a man look objectively its absolute best, independently of actual fashion trends. That is why it’s so classic and so timeless because it relies on pure objective beauty and not on what’s vogue. Every single detail has been thought of, and shouldn’t be changed as it will only mess with carefully engineered refinements.

It works in the following way:

The color black will make one’s figure appear even and, thus, slender and will give a mysterious appearance to the wearer (of course only in the evening/night, where black’s darkness is the richest). To make the man look broader in the shoulders, a V-shaped perception is induced through a big inverted triangle on the torso of the wearer. This is achieved by wearing a white shirt (for the contrast) and a one-buttoned jacket, to make the biggest and longest triangle possible. To accentuate this V, the lapels are covered with a contrasting material (silk, obviously) that accentuates the V-shape even more. To make a man look taller, an uninterrupted and even connection between the legs and the torso is sought, creating an elongated silhouette. This is achieved by covering the waist with a cummerbund or a waistcoat (low cut, otherwise it would break the triangle), avoiding, thus, the white shirt showing below the jacket’s button and breaking the ubiquitous darkness. The last part is to put the face in the foreground, which is done by creating contrast on the white triangle by a black (!) bow tie (and not a normal tie, which would break the triangle), which draws automatically the attention towards it, and imminently, towards the face (colorful bowties would distract the viewer away from the face and don’t create the same effect).

Basically, it comes down to the double V-shape of the lapels accentuating the torso. When fitted right it enhances a man’s posture and creates an illusion of a stronger chest and a slimmer waist.

Other factors contributing are the formal/uniform factor, nice fabrics with classics patterns and exclusive appearances, and that eye-catching examples of suits tend to be made to fit and accentuate all parts of the man’s body (shoulders, protruding bum, leg length, total length.)

A tuxedo makes a man look like a far more decent and respectable human being than maybe he really is.

Typically when a man is wearing a tux, he is also clean-shaven (or neatly trimmed) and has a fresh haircut.

A tuxedo also makes a man look more dashing, handsome, successful and confident.

Tuxes are usually only worn on special occasions, when people are looking (or wanting to look) their best.





My Certificate Collection

I currently have 3 Certificates and 2 medals but all of them are in Thai language. I was really hoping to join clubs in my school to get more certificates but I was late. All of the clubs were full and the available clubs are just not for me.

3 Certificates and 2 medals

The leftmost certificate is for getting second in the province of all subjects in third grade.

The next certificate is for getting first in English grammar in the whole province.

The medal is for winning a spelling B in 7th grade. I came out 1 out of 80 contestants and I forgot what the other one is (it was a very long time ago).

This certificate is from the spelling B

Being Left-handed and Right-handed?


Ambidexterity is the state of being equally adapted in the use of both the left and the right hand. When referring to objects, the concept indicates that the object is equally suitable for right-handed and left-handed people. Only about one percent of people are naturally ambidextrous.

If you can write equally well with either hand, then you are the one percent. Even among the small population of ‘multi-handed’ individuals, very few experience equal ease and skill with both hands. In comparison, around 10% of people are lefties.

How to get ambidextrous:

Step 1, Day 1 – Practice your handwriting. Write your name and the alphabet, along with a few straight lines and a few circles or curves, all with your non-dominant hand. At first, it’s likely your straight lines will look like bacon strips. But the more you practice, the closer your handwriting with the non-dominant hand will resemble the beautiful penmanship you normally exhibit with your dominant hand. Along with handwriting, try to do a few things consistently with your off-hand. Shaving, putting on makeup … these are things you can work on, but start slowly. You don’t want to wield a razor near your carotid artery with a hand that doesn’t do what you want it to do. Step 2, Day 2 – Brush your teeth with your off hand. When you take a shower, turn on the water, reach for/use the soap, reach for/use the towel, dry off and brush your hair with the non-dominant hand. Put your watch on the opposite wrist. Use your off hand to get food out of the refrigerator. And finally, practice your handwriting again. Step 3, Day 3 – Do everything you did the previous two days with the addition of eating with your off hand. Reach for the milk, handle a fork/spoon, butter your toast, cook, etc., using your non-dominant hand dominantly. A quick tip: Don’t eat in public with your off hand until you’ve practiced a bit. Things could get messy. Step 4, Day 4 – Do everything you did the day before. Now, tie your dominant hand behind your back for a bit to make you do everything possible with the non-dominant hand. Only untie it when driving or doing other things that require the use of two hands. Also, switch your mouse buttons to fit your new practices.






Some Short Facts about Thailand


Thailand and the United States are 2 very different places. Culture, Language, and way of living are very different. I have lived in Thailand for 12 years and only moved to the United States for 5 months because the education is not good enough for me.


Thai culture is deeply influenced by religion. With around 95% of the country being Buddhist, the belief system and values of Buddhism play a huge role in day-to-day life. Throughout the country, the most important values that Thai people hold to are respect, self-control, and a non-confrontational attitude.


Thai is the sole official and national language of Thailand and the first language of the Central Thai people and the vast majority of Thai of Chinese origin. It is a tonal and analytic language. It is a difficult language to learn.

The Thai Letters


Education in Thailand mandates nine years of “basic education” (six years of elementary school and three years of lower secondary school). Education at public schools is free until grade 9. Children are enrolled in elementary school from the age of six and attend for six years, Prathom 1 to Prathom 6.


I love traveling Thailand because it’s cheap and backpacking around Thailand usually costs $20–35 USD per day, depending on how much alcohol you consume and how many days you spend on the islands, where costs are higher.

How can pets make you happy?


My old cat, Smoky


A pet is good for your heart

High levels of cholesterol and triglycerides can up your risk of heart disease, but owning a cat or dog can lower both, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Owning a cat or dog can also increase your chances of surviving a heart attack.

Pets lower stress and depression

Stroking your cat or dog can lower your blood pressure and make you feel calmer. Even watching fish can ease tense muscles.

Playing with your pet increases the levels of the feel-good chemicals serotonin and dopamine in your brain. Maybe that’s why people recover from a stressful situation more quickly when they’re with their pets than with their partners or friends, a study was done by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) found.

Pets connect you to a community

Dogs, like babies, are conversation starters. On walks, you’re bound to stop for a chat or two with other dog owners.

Pets also give you the chance to meet like-minded owners at the vet, pet store, or training classes.

My dog, Sally

Pets get you moving

You can’t be a couch potato when you have a dog. Walking a dog regularly means you’re less likely to be obese and more likely to be physically active.

The benefits continue to pay off as you age. One NIH-sponsored study followed 2,500 adults, 71 to 82 years old. The result: Those who took their dogs out regularly had more physical stamina — they walked faster and for longer periods of time and had more mobility inside the house.

Another plus: All that time outdoors increases your vitamin D levels and helps keep your bones strong. Not into dogs? Kitties need exercise, too, so grab a cat toy and have fun.

Pets a source of comfort

Pets can give you love. People may need people to live a richer life, but pets can provide many of the same perks, according to a study published by the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Pet owners had greater self-esteem and were better able to bounce back from rejection, the study found. Other studies have found that a pet can be a child’s best buddy and help kids develop empathy.




Paper or Digital?

I rather use paper because I feel much more comfortable and it is easier for me read and some students can process the content better. But some kids are more comfortable with screens.

E-readers appeal by being travel-friendly and storing a whole library at your fingertips, but print books seem to win when it comes to comprehension. Studies have shown that readers often remember more when they consume material in print rather than from a digital source. This is most likely linked to the concept of spatial context, which causes “seemingly irrelevant factors like remembering whether you read something at the top or the bottom of page—or whether it was on the right or left hand side of a two-page spread or near a graphic—can help cement material in mind.”

According to the market research firm Millward Brown, “tangible materials leave a deeper footprint in the brain.” The physical and sequential task of writing letters and words creates a stronger connection with working memory than tapping on a keyboard. The physical representation of written plans and tasks is then perceived as more “real,” which makes them easier to remember. Here are tricks to writing a more productive to-do list.

A UCLA study has shown that manually writing notes with a pen and paper is more conducive to retaining information than typing notes on a laptop or computer. This is because “analog” note takers—those who used a pen and paper—were forced to synthesize lectures rather than merely transcribe everything they heard word for word. Being forced to sort out what was worthy of being written helped to trigger stronger mental processes that promote retention, a phenomenon known as “desirable difficulty.” Additionally, digital note-takers often felt less compelled to study because they felt all the answers were right there on their laptops, and would typically perform more poorly on exams.

Are boys actually better in math?

In preschool and elementary school boys and girls generally perform similarly on math tests. Later in school, in high school and college, more consistent differences start to emerge. In addition, gender differences are often larger among higher-performing students but not necessarily for lower- or average-performing ones. Within this specific group of higher-performing math students, boys tend to perform better. Similarly, when studies do find gender differences among elementary school children, they find these start to appear for higher-performing students earlier in schooling than they do for lower- and average-performing ones.

Whether a gender difference is found also depends on what type of math the kids are doing. In general, boys tend to outperform girls on tests that are less related to what is taught in schools (like the SAT math test, for example) whereas there tend to be minimal gender differences on statewide standards-based math tests, which are more tied to what’s taught in schools. When it comes to grades in school, which are even more closely tied to the curriculum, girls often outperform boys. A recent meta-analysis of research on the performance of students from elementary age through adulthood found boys tend to outperform girls in more complex areas of math such as those involving more advanced problem-solving. In contrast, there are no differences—and, in some cases, an advantage for girls—on more basic numerical skills and on math problems that have a set procedure for solving them

Two of the factors above, age and the type of math, can impact research results at the same time. This could be partially explained by the young age of the sample, and also because there are often few gender differences found in basic numerical skills.

Although there are differences in math performance between girls and boys of both high school and college age, and when doing certain types of math, these studies find only a small gender difference in math performance. The mean performance scores for boys and girls are about 0.1 to 0.3 standard deviations apart from one another—very small differences and with a lot of overlap between boys’ and girls’ math skills. Thus, boys and girls are much more similar than different in math performance, even when considering studies that found the largest gender differences. In addition, even when we find there are differences, it is important to remember they are in the averages of the two groups and are not deterministic of any individual student’s performance.

Interestingly, we often see larger gender difference in other math-related outcomes compared with overall performance. Girls tend to have less positive math attitudes: They have higher levels of math anxiety and lower levels of confidence in their math skills. This means even when girls show similar performance levels to boys, they are often less sure of themselves. In addition, we see larger gender differences in spatial skills, the way students approach solving math problems and math-intensive career choices. Therefore, these math-related skills and attitudes may be more useful areas for researchers to investigate related to gender and math.

Stanford looked at 260 million test scores in more than 10,000 school districts in the United States between 2008 and 2015. Researchers found:

– The math gap between genders has narrowed over the years.

– Boys outperform girls in math only slightly.

– Boys outperform girls in math in wealthy, suburban school districts.

– Girls outperform boys in math in low-income districts only slightly.

– Girls excel in English across all economic groups.

– Wealth likely plays a role in creating gender gaps.

The examples of researches and studies cited above imply that the gender-based gap is only made by the environment rather than the X and Y chromosomes. What is needed at this point is to alter our mindset and discuss how perceived inequality can be eliminated from our society. The first step should be to stop drilling it into the female psyche that they cannot be good with numbers. In fact, parents need to support their girl child and make them believe that math is not rocket science.





A New Year a New Life


It is now 2019 which is the starting of a new year and a new life for everyone and tomorrow I’ll be going right to school. And it’s very scary for me because I have no idea what an American School looks like, and I hope my school will go well for me.

But let’s think about the moments that we had in the last year. Leave the bad vibes and only think about the great moments that all of us had.

Alright! Have a nice day and once I settle down in school, I will make more posts.



Thailand to America… A long Journey

I’ve finally got a new home in the USA and North Calorina is a great place to live! Flying from Thailand to America was a very long and tiring journey. My family still haven’t sold our house and so half of the family’s money is over there. And we’re living poor here, but it’s still fun.

We had to fly from my city to Bangkok. Then Bangkok to Hongkong, and Hongkong to Washington D.C. This whole journey took around a week to be in North Calorina. Also, I hate jetlag haha!

Enjoy these photos!



I can’t do Chemistry Experiments anymore

Ah, the good old days and my craze for science experiments. It was a fun time but I’m starting to lose motivation and I also don’t want to waste money. Since I’m moving to the U.S.A., I had to sell all of my supplies to someone else and if I move there, I’ll need to buy all of my supplies again. I cannot do this hobby because I’m just bored of it.

You might be asking: “Dan, then what are going to post on this blog?”

I’ll be posting about other hobbies and blogging about myself.

Anyways, right now I’m still trying to get to U.S.A and I’ll get back “the WordPress grind.”

Ciao and see you later!

My old blog header

My best science posts:

1. Does mercury conduct electricity

2. Turning a coin to silver and gold simple redox reaction

3. How to make basic copper carbonate

4. Pouring super glue into borax

Thank you for reading my chemistry posts. It was a fun experience.

I’m moving to the United States in one week…

Hi guys.

I’m sorry that I left this blog for too long and the reason why I didn’t make any posts is because nothing interesting is happening in my life in these couple months.

Nothing much really happened in these months. I grew up a little and I just have a couple of friends on the internet.

And in one week I’ll be moving into the United States and I still haven’t sold my house yet (I do not understand why I can’t sell my house, I think it’s a beautiful house and the price is cheap). And now I’m scared that my family doesn’t have enough money to live in the United States.


But, I’ll be back to make more posts soon.

I hope you guys are doing fine.

And see you later!

End of the week #2


Hey guys,

Nothing really happened this week. But I did took the midterm exam in the school, and I think I did pretty well. I don’t know when I’m going to see my result, but I’m sure it’s going to be soon. I didn’t have time to make any posts because the test interrupted me.

The English grammar and science were easy. The math was a little difficult because the questions were in Thai and I don’t quite understand them. The rest of the subjects were way difficult (because they were in Thai).

And that’s pretty much it.

Actually, school isn’t bad as I thought, because some people are still talking to me. But school is still pretty boring because I don’t like the activities.

That’s all for now and I’ll see you guys later!



I’m going to make more posts

Hello Everyone!

Today I’ll tell you the reason why I went away for a long, long, long time. Here’s what happened:

I’ve finally went to school and I never had time to do any more experiments and posts.

I learned so many things in these months.

Everything was going well, but then one I felt terrible. I felt really lonely and I’m not able to get along with people So my parents decided for me to go to school, but I said no because I thought I won’t have friends. I felt worse every day, so I went to a physiatrist and he said to go to public/private school or do some activities. I’ve finally went to school because I feel so lonely (and everybody said so).

I was really scared on the first day of school since I haven’t gone to a private school for a long long time (3 years). My class has 22 girls, 11 boys, and a nice teacher. This teacher was the best teacher I’ve ever seen (ever!). She always helps me when I need help (about friends, not studying), and she always moves the students’ places around the room.

Another positive thing is that I get to get on stage in front of everyone since my grammer is very good.

After those few weeks, things are much better now. But there are still some sad moments though… So that’s my school story.

The End.

Hope you learned more about me, and I’m sorry for leaving this blog for too long

I’m Back!!

It’s already turning to December, but I didn’t do anything! (I was gone for a month).

But now I’m back to make more posts!

Nothing much happened in this month, I really don’t have much time for my blog left since I go to the gym. My dad gave me twice of school work because the gym is in the morning and I’m tired in the afternoon (too tired to study). So I need to give more work to myself on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. But don’t worry, I went nonstop studying in the middle of nights and now I have less work.

Anyways, I’ll be making more posts soon.

Bye for now!



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