I would like to introduce myself. My name is Dr Leonard Hofstadter. I am 26 years old. I have an IQ of 173. I got my PhD from Princeton University. I received a dissertation of the year award for my doctoral paper on experimental particle physics. My work as an experimental physicist often includes the use of lasers, such as a helium-neon laser or free-electron laser, and my research topics have varied from Bose-Einstein condensates and foundations of quantum mechanics to soft cosmic rays at sea level and development of novel rocket propellants. I must say that I do feel quite alone despite all that I have done in my life. Additionally, I keep seeing people that are not there walking out of my closet and out of the door to my room.