I will need to study Physics for my undergraduate requirements to go into Med School. In high school it was frustrating because it was first thing in the morning, my class was full of jerks and all the teacher did was talk about The Muppet Show. I got a B-. Shame, shame!:sad::shocked::crazy::crying::frustrating::angry:Well, i was just wondering what you guys did and all if you ever tried pursuing adegree or smthing in physics..hard?interesting?Why did u go for it?
Damn. Just damn. No wonder you're so insightful. You're pretty well trained in both cultures.I double majored in Physics and (eastern) Religion and got a Philosophy minor. I generally abandoned Physics for two reasons. The first was that an Army Reserve deployment interrupted my studies for a year and I lost all of my math skills. The second was that Physics wouldn't allow me to ask the kind of questions I was interested in asking.
Astrophysics is what I'm interested in! Although I'm probably studying psychology first, then going for that. I just wanted to wonder, is it really necessary to take the physics career before getting into astronomy?Just doing my masters in astrophysics, quite interesting to see lots of ENTPs on this thread!
It's hard to concentrate on one formula, or problem for such a long period of time, if I look away and back, it just looks like gibberish to me :/ but it is definately a worthwhile subject to consider and the most interesting one I can think of, also New Scientist is a good read to see what's going on in the science world