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Favourite Field of Science

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  • Anthropology

    180 16.61%
  • Astronomy

    376 34.69%
  • Biology

    345 31.83%
  • Chemistry

    229 21.13%
  • Computer Science

    223 20.57%
  • Earth Science

    147 13.56%
  • Economics

    99 9.13%
  • Engineering

    156 14.39%
  • Genetics

    275 25.37%
  • Geography

    116 10.70%
  • Health/Medicinal

    183 16.88%
  • Linguistics

    192 17.71%
  • Mathematics

    210 19.37%
  • Physics

    397 36.62%
  • Political

    107 9.87%
  • Psychology

    537 49.54%
  • Sociology

    215 19.83%
  • Systems

    69 6.37%
  • Other

    118 10.89%
  • No Preference

    19 1.75%
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This is a discussion on Favourite Field of Science within the Science and Technology forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; I started clicking nearly everything on the list.. I will say that in school computer classes are the ones I ...

  1. #21

    I started clicking nearly everything on the list.. I will say that in school computer classes are the ones I like best. Taking math as an example: I like playing with numbers and creating my own formulas, using someone else's data to plug into someone else's formulas is boring. So I like math but dislike math class. The same is true for a number of others on that list.

  2. #22

    Computer science is the only one I really like.

  3. #23

    Ooh. I absolutely adore Astronomy, as well as Psychology.
    Astronomy is awesome, about Supernovas and Black holes and all the theories!
    Love.
    Psychology is awesome because I love complex stuff.
    I don't know about Quantum Physics, but I'd love to try it. -sigh-
    Too bad they don't have it at middle schools!

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  5. #24

    Psychology and Economics.

    I see psychology as underlying economics.

  6. #25

    Physics, for its elegance. My brain is wired for physics, but I'm afraid biology is the wave of the future. Hence I struggle with the biochem book

  7. #26

    Favorites:
    Chemistry -- it all makes so much sense now!
    Math -- easy and fun.
    Physics -- interesting, but harder than math because it involves mechanics.

    Least favorites:
    Political science -- soft!
    Linguistics -- my cousin got a master's in this and says she no longer "believes" in it.
    Systems -- what is that?
    SophiaScorpia thanked this post.

  8. #27

    Physics.

    I would have loved to have been a theoretical physicist, but while I can imagine concepts and manipulate existing mathematics, I simply lack the ability to invent my own math tools to do the work.

  9. #28

    Ahh, all these options and no art? Hah, you make Feynman roll in his grave.
    My favorites are archaeology, art, astronomy, automation, biology, chemistry, computer science... Uhh the list actually might be too long, but I think I can outline some of them by my priority basis:
    Physics is top priority, it relates to all other sciences.
    Paleontology and biology, in order to explain the rise of life, likelyhood of intelligent life developing and study of ecosphere to extend our own survival.
    Medicine to help all the mankind and improve the quality of human life.
    Robotics, same reasons as medicine and also many other reasons.
    Astronomy to feed the human imagination, give us hope and a reason reach to the stars so that one day mankind can find it in itself to unite under one goal: to spread life and culture into the vast universe and to search, document and preserve life we find out there.
    Paradox of Vigor, Muck Fe and SophiaScorpia thanked this post.

  10. #29

    C'mon, more love for biology! Biology, genetics and related fields for me. I'm way into transhumanism so genetics has always had a special place in my heart. I'll actually be studying bioethics in college soon and I'm going to relish the mixture of philosophy of biology. Combining the abstract and the physical into a harmonious practice of pushing forward the dial of progress, it gives me chills!
    Raha, Raha, Raha and 12 others thanked this post.

  11. #30

    Quote Originally Posted by Heat Mirage View Post
    C'mon, more love for biology! Biology, genetics and related fields for me. I'm way into transhumanism so genetics has always had a special place in my heart. I'll actually be studying bioethics in college soon and I'm going to relish the mixture of philosophy of biology. Combining the abstract and the physical into a harmonious practice of pushing forward the dial of progress, it gives me chills!
    Bioethics as pish posh. Do what ever necessary, sacrifice as much as you need to attain the goal, ends do justify the means when the end is so immensely and disproportionately beneficial and world changing.
    Eternal life for all who wish to grasp it!
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