Fans of dancey, electro pop will definitely find Pegase a must add to their collection.. considering it’s Thanksgiving here in the states, and I’m feeling a bit droll, I’m gonna skip a heavy intro and just jump ya’ll into the interview… Oh, and as an aside… those who don’t know what “pegase” means, here you go, “PÉGASE is a code to compute the spectral evolution of galaxies. The evolution of the stars, gas and metals is followed for a law of star formation and a stellar initial mass function. The stellar evolutionary tracks extend from the main sequence to the white dwarf stage. The emission of the gas in HII regions is also taken into account. The main improvement in version 2 is the use of evolutionary tracks of different metallicities (from 10-4 to 5×solar). The effect of extinction by dust is also modeled using a radiative transfer code.”
As a Francophile I must first and foremost ask you who your favorite authors are?
I read a lot when I was a teenager but one day I stopped reading. I don’t really know why. I like a lot of books, it’s the same with music; I like many songs, but few albums, and there are fewer and fewer artists that I like each time, for each song, each melody.
There’s an author that I’ve read continually throughout my life; it’s a pleasure to read each sentence, to feel each adventure every time. It’s probably because I live in the same french city as him, maybe I have the same inspiration. When I was kid I lived one year in front of a beautiful house where he lived. At this time it was an important moment in my life, so I think that’s why I’m attached to Jules Verne. Continue reading