HUGHES, franklin magnus [DONE] Oct 10, 2013 22:07:52 GMT -5
Post by FRANKLIN MAGNUS HUGHES on Oct 10, 2013 22:07:52 GMT -5
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FULL NAME Franklin Magnus Hughes
AGE Twenty Six
BIRTHDAY May 3rd
SUBJECT(S) Physics and Photography, Soccer Coach
Franklin is a handsome man. He is tall, standing at 6'2," and well built. He's athletic and likes to keep himself in shape through walking, running, and spending afternoons at the gym. He can almost always be seen outside doing something active to keep himself busy. Physics deals with a lot of motion, and outside is the best place to see motion.
He has beautiful crystal blue eyes that he considers to be his best quality. Girls have fallen in love with him just for his eyes before. His hair is light brown, and he keeps it trimmed short. For clothing, he usually wears suits to school. When he's at home, he'll stick with jeans and a t-shirt or button down shirt.
science, photographing beautiful things, nature, string theory, theoretical physics, math, art, science fiction, soccer, london, his family, cooking, traveling, action movies, going for long walks, rock climbing, being active
people who chose to remain ignorant when it comes to science, badly cropped pictures, poor editing in films, paperwork, english, history, techno music, slow computers, clingy females, politics, the big bang theory
theoretical physics, science, photography, athletic, learning
can't spell, pragmatic, history, brunettes, too aggressive, opinionated
For all of Franklin's life he has lived science. His father loved physics, and taught him of Albert Einstein and Sir Isaac Newton when he was a young boy. Soon he was running his own experiments. Of course they were rather primitive, but they kept his mind engrossed in science. In secondary school, he was the top student in both the sciences and the maths every year. His teachers and college professors saw great promise in him. In his tenth year, he built his own particle accelerator and won a rather big science award.
He is very intelligent. His mind works out patterns, riddles, and puzzles much faster than the average person. Frank's IQ is well above the average person and close to that of a genius. His mind's complexity has caused him to neglect social relationships with people. Frank is a pretty reserved person, and he doesn't particularly go for small talk. He much prefers conversing about theories and philosophy. When someone bothers him, he can snap because he isn't socially developed. He doesn't have a very high patience level, and whenever he feels like someone is a moron, he makes it known.
Unlike many of his fellow physicists, Frank is very active physically. He enjoys sports, and loves to hike and rock climb. He enjoys being outside, and when the weather is permissible, he spends the majority of his days outdoors when he isn't working. Frank also has a fond love of animals, and considers his dog to be his absolute best friend.
Frank was born on the third of May in Manchester, England. His father was a secondary school Chemistry teacher and his mother was a pastry chef. The family lived fairly ordinary lives. Frank enjoyed eating his mother's sweets while his father educated him in the sciences. When he was ten, his mother gave birth to a girl named Lana, whom he grew to be very protective over.
During his early childhood, his parents noticed that he was fairly quiet and didn't like playing with the other children. They were worried that something was wrong with him, so they sent him to a specialist. The specialist said there wasn't anything physically wrong with him, and advised his parents to try and get him to interact with other children his age as much as possible. Frank, continued having trouble interacting, so he started seeing a child psychologist who tried diagnosing him with a wide variety of psychological problems. Franklin's dad refused to believe what the psychologist was saying and immediately had him stop going.
Both of Frank's parents worked as hard as they could to connect to their son emotionally, themselves. When it only helped a little bit, Frank's parents agreed to just accept their son how he was and continue living life.
In secondary school, Franklin was an excellent student. He got top marks in mathematics and science, was the captain of the football (soccer) team, and played the french horn in the school orchestra. He was a well rounded student, an academic, an athlete and musician. He appeared to be a perfectly normal kid with talent. But he was more than that, he was different.
Frank didn't have any friends in school. He was too weird, too different. Many kids teased him for being so smart and interested in the sciences. Franklin wasn't bothered by this, he was far too into his schooling and success to even notice the teasing from other kids. His teachers saw the promise in him, and knew he'd go far. He was a genius on every level, but he lacked the social skills to make friends. He didn't go to any school events, he had no desire to.
When it was time to attend university, Franklin wanted to go to a good school. He wanted to go somewhere that would challenge him and make him smarter, better even. He got into Cambridge and studied physics. In his junior year, he studied abroad in America. He realized how much he loved America, and thought he could make a difference with physics overseas in the U.S. than in the UK. He finished his schooling at Cambridge before attending Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. After attaining a PhD in physics, it was time for him to try and get a job.
There was a lot of competition, and, unfortunately, he could not secure himself a job directly in the world of physics. Instead, he realized he'd have to go back to school and get a teaching certificate. Once he complete more schooling for that, he got a job at Wentworth Academy just last year. That was when he met Emma Miller. He was never one for romance, and he only dated a few silly girls in college. But there was something about Emma that he was attracted to. She was a student of his, and he knew it was wrong of him to have a relationship with a student when he was a professor. They are still together, and the more he is with her, the more he likes her, yet he feels increasingly guilty for his actions.
no. nope. never.