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Gabriel Chua is currently a research fellow at the Acoustic Research Lab (ARL) of the National University of Singapore (NUS).

My Dog: Chye Her shop: Get her treats!

Are you addicted to your email?

Have you treated work as your life? What is the first thing you do in life. I definitely hope that it isn’t checking company emails but checking on your own personal wellness. I guess chye is really good at that. So enjoy this video 😍

Solution to the delayed gratification question

Here’s the answer to the previous question. How did you find the question? I would sincerely appreciate your feedback. Do leave me a message telling me your perception of the question. This would help me formulate questions that are more interesting for you.

Free giveaway $25. Delayed gratification

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About Me

Gabriel Chua is currently a research fellow at the Acoustic Research Lab (ARL) of the National University of Singapore (NUS). Gabriel’s research lies in the field of underwater acoustics and acoustic communications. He is interested in analyzing data from long-term deployments as well as using physical models to interpret or give modeling insights into the actual propagation phenomena. He is also interested in differentiable acoustic propagation models and their application to underwater communications. He obtained his B.Eng, M.Sc. and Ph.D. all from the National University of Singapore. During his Ph.D., his research topic was on the effects of bubbles on underwater acoustic communications. He collected and analyzed bubbles, shipping and communication data, and modeled the association between them.

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Freeze-drying, also known as lyophilization, is a method of preserving food by removing the moisture content through a process of freezing and sublimation. The process was developed in the early 20th century and has been used to preserve a wide range of foods, including fruits, vegetables, meats, and dairy products.

One of the earliest recorded uses of freeze-drying was during World War II, when the process was used to preserve blood plasma for the military. In the 1950s, freeze-drying was used to preserve food for NASA’s space program, as the process allowed for the production of lightweight, shelf-stable foods that could withstand the rigors of space travel.

In the decades since, freeze-drying has been used to preserve a wide range of foods, including fruits, vegetables, meats, and dairy products. Today, freeze-dried food is widely available and is often used as a convenient and nutrient-rich option for people and pets on the go.

Freeze-dried food has several potential benefits for dogs:

  1. Convenience: Freeze-dried food is lightweight and easy to store, making it a convenient option for travel or for people who don’t have a lot of space for storing dog food.
  2. Nutritional value: Freeze-drying preserves the nutritional value of the ingredients, so freeze-dried food can be a good source of nutrients for your dog.
  3. Long shelf life: Freeze-drying removes the moisture from the food, which can help extend its shelf life. This can be especially useful for people who don’t go through a lot of dog food at once or who don’t have a lot of storage space.
  4. Variety: Freeze-dried food is available in a wide range of flavors and formulas, so you can choose the best option for your dog‘s needs and preferences.

It’s important to keep in mind that freeze-dried food should be rehydrated before serving, and it’s a good idea to follow the recommended rehydration guidelines to ensure that your dog is getting the right amount of water in their diet.

Dogs can be hilarious and bring a lot of joy to our lives with their silly antics and playful behavior. Here are a few examples of funny dog moments:

  1. When they’re playing with a toy and it makes a funny noise, they might stop and give you a confused look, as if to say “What was that?”
  2. When they’re begging for food and you pretend to throw a treat, they’ll often frantically search the floor for it, even if it’s right in front of them.
  3. When they’re running around the yard and they suddenly trip over their own feet, it can be amusing to watch them try to regain their balance.
  4. When they’re trying to catch a treat and they miss, it’s often funny to see them try to figure out where it went and try to catch it again.
  5. When they’re playing with other dogs, they might do something unexpected, like suddenly change direction or run in circles, which can be comical to watch.

Overall, dogs have a lot of personality and can bring a lot of joy and laughter into our lives with their funny antics.

Having a dog can be a very rewarding experience. There are many benefits to owning a dog, including:

  1. Companionship: Dogs make great companions and can provide a sense of comfort and security. They can be a loyal and constant presence in your life.
  2. Exercise: Owning a dog can provide an opportunity for regular exercise. Taking your dog for walks or runs can help you stay active and healthy.
  3. Socialization: Dogs can be great at helping their owners socialize with others. Taking your dog for walks or to dog parks can provide opportunities to meet and interact with other people.
  4. Stress relief: Owning a dog can help reduce stress and improve mental health. Petting a dog or spending time with a furry companion can help lower blood pressure and reduce anxiety.
  5. Responsibility: Taking care of a dog can help teach children responsibility and encourage them to be more caring and empathetic.
  6. Protection: Some dogs are trained as guard dogs and can provide a sense of protection for their owners.

Overall, having a dog can bring joy, companionship, and many other benefits to your life. It’s important to remember, however, that owning a dog is a big responsibility and requires time, effort, and financial commitment. It’s important to carefully consider if you are able to provide the necessary care and attention before getting a dog.

Once upon a time, in a galaxy far, far away, a group of brave rebels were fighting against the evil Empire. Among their ranks was a loyal and clever dog named Max. Max was a furry, four-legged companion who had been with the rebels from the very beginning of their mission.

One day, the rebels received a distress signal from a remote planet in the Outer Rim. They knew that they had to act fast, so they loaded up their ships and set off to investigate.

As they flew through space, Max sat quietly in the cockpit, his eyes fixed on the stars outside. He knew that danger lurked around every corner, but he also knew that he could trust his human companions to keep him safe.

When they arrived at the planet, they discovered that it was under attack by a group of stormtroopers. The rebels immediately sprang into action, using their blaster rifles and lightsaber skills to fight back against the enemy.

Max joined in the battle, barking and biting at the stormtroopers as they tried to take down the rebels. He was a fierce and loyal warrior, and he would do whatever it took to protect his friends.

In the end, the rebels were victorious and the stormtroopers were defeated. Max was hailed as a hero, and the rebels knew that they couldn‘t have won without him. From that day on, Max was known as the bravest and most loyal dog in all of the galaxy.