Can the confidence of science help your modeling? Does an athlete’s training regime give consistency to his scientific studies? Can mechanics be applied to an impossible chiseled physique; so flawlessly hewn it appears that trouble spots were delicately chipped away with an awl…?
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These are a few of the troubling questions posed by living marvel Pietro Boselli, the world’s reigning mathematician/marvel. In the below TED talk, he’s well-spoken, graced with a trance-inducing Italian accent, and impossible makes being a living example of life’s utter unfairness totally charming. Bastard.
Gape and gasp:
https://youtu.be/PBYdBJyuzvEGape and gasp:
Yes he’s cute which explains the Queerty trance but he’s also obviously nervous and jumpy and just hard to follow.
Such a well reasoned talk!
I like his idea of reinvention through creativity vs. optimization of the status quo.
As they say, he is not just a pretty face! However, the shots of the audience suggest many were ignoring his wisdom based on his looks.
He comes across as a buffed poser with a butter face.
When you focus on just his face he looks like a little kid. I never noticed until now but eesh.
@Brian: do you have anything nice to say about anything?
@Herman75: Or maybe that’s what you read into it because you want to feel like you’re not the only one more enamored with his looks than what he had to say. And, let’s be honest: he has that platform because of his looks, and he shouldn’t feel bad for embracing that, nor should anyone feel bad for ogling him in that tight v-neck and butt-caressing jeans.
He seems really nervous, which is kinda surprising considering he was an instructor and is a model.
Charlie in Charge
@Brian: Okay Brian can we see your picture and compare?
@LucasH: This is not his normal audience or topic. He’s always been nervous about being judged as shallow or arrogant.
@Xzamilloh: He completely acknowledges that and doesn’t feel bad about it. He’s said in interviews that he knows he’s good looking, and then proceeded to explain why it’s a blessing and a curse. No false modesty (which he hates) but not arrogant either. As someone who modeled to pay for grad school, I empathize with him, especially since we’re both in the sciences. The STEM fields carry baggage that someone in the liberal arts doesn’t face. It is what it is, and we should use it as we would any asset as long as it doesn’t harm or offend others.
@Xzamilloh: Enamored “with” or enamored “of”. Look it up.
@MediaGuy: YOU look it up. The fuck is this, Queerty, or Query?
@MediaGuy: Wait, what the hell are you talking about? I used “enamored WITH”… go fuck off somewhere with your Grammar Hitler and Grammar Mussolini and the rest of your grammar nazi buddies.
@Bryguyf69: Good for him… he worked hard for his academics and for that body
Bro needs to work on his speaking skills. They’re abysmal.
Some of you guys are rediculous. The man is an extremely intelligent, attractive supermodel. English obviously isn’t his first language but he’s fluent in it. He’s also been invited to give a Ted Talk which is a prestigious thing. So he’s a bit nervous and has a thick accent. What, are you demanding perfection? I’m sure most of you haven’t accomplished half of what he’s done already in his young life.
@Xzamilloh: You said: I used “enamored WITH”. Yup, you did. Do you live in the same trailer park as spacecadet who just used the word rediculous, … whatever that means?
Kim K Kute Kuchie
He’s so hot, a bit too femme thou, such a shame
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