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Your Favourite Science, What is your favourite since ? ;)
What is your favourite science ?
What is your favourite science ?
Math [ 5 ] ** [14.71%]
Chemistry [ 2 ] ** [5.88%]
Biology [ 7 ] ** [20.59%]
Physics [ 12 ] ** [35.29%]
I dont like science [ 8 ] ** [23.53%]
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chast
Sep 9 2007, 01:46 AM
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Hey GMC'ers,

A question just came to my mind and I wanted to ask you this.
What is your favourite science ? Or dont you like science at all ?

For myself it is:
In school it is math.
In my free time (at home tongue.gif) it is physics, more the stuff about theory how the world "works".
So i choose physics smile.gif
I also like chemistry, but I dont understand it biggrin.gif

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Phsyics - I got an 'A' at A level and would have picked Phsyics for my degree if I hadn't decided to go into computing smile.gif

Quantum mechanics, unification, string theory, quantum loop gravity, relativity, cosmology - its all amazing to me!

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Sep 9 2007, 02:04 AM
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ive always liked reading bout Quantum Phsysics and stuff.

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Sep 9 2007, 02:10 AM
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Physics!!

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I don't like sicense.... even though I studied both physics and math at the highest school level possible in school, I couldn't stand a minute of it, and skipped alot of classes tongue.gif

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Physics. I freakin LOVE watching documentaries/reading science magazines about space and stuff.

Edit: I've never taken any education like this or anything, I just find it really interesting and amazing.

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Should be chemistry as I have a Master in it and am Chartered and a member of the Royal Society. But have to say I actually prefer pure maths. I like analytical chemistry but find physical chemistry dull - you can pretty much pass phys chem without knowing the subject provided you can do the maths cool.gif .

However if you wanted to include philosophy as it is the science then philosophy (PhD and I lecture in it and examine at postgrad/PhD level). Philosophy actually gets me to think rather then perform mechanical exercises tongue.gif .

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Chemistry for me, I'm still in high school right now but in AP chem which is a college level course. It's gonna be my major and I might go into pharmacy but I'm still deciding.

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Biology for me, especially evolutionary biology. I love learning about how life came to be on Earth, and I find it fascinating that we evolved over billions of years from very humble beginnings. I also sometimes wonder what human beings will have evolved to in the next million or so years. cool.gif

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Physcis are more interesting than math, but math is more beautiful, it's always exact, while physics aren't. Because of that, I pick math, even though I love both math and physics laugh.gif

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QUOTE (tonymiro @ Sep 8 2007, 09:57 PM) *
Tony (for what they are worth - BSc BA MBA MA MSc PhD CChem MRSC)


Wow dude, you're a heavyweight blink.gif make my BSc(HONS) MBCS CEng look a little low rent laugh.gif

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Physics for me as well, although im mathmatically retarded, i still like it.

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mad.gif I hate everything mad.gif

I'm probably best at math though.

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i love Biology, Chemistry is very interesting too, but its very complicated laugh.gif tongue.gif

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Wow, thats cool to see, that so many people like physics.
I only have one or two friends who are interested in physics, the rest is like "Blabla, dont bore me with that stuff" biggrin.gif

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I chose physics because it has alot to do with guitar smile.gif Sound and stuff is fasscinating tongue.gif

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I'd have to say Biology for me and more specifically Marine Biology. I don't have a degree in it or anthing but studying Sharks has always been a sort of hobby of mine. I read, watch, listen to anything to do with sharks....my fave week of the year is Shark week on Discovery Channel smile.gif . Great Whites are my main focus of interest and I'm actually scheduled for a shark dive next fall....I can't wait.

Edit: I had forgot to vote...done now though

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QUOTE (rokchik @ Sep 9 2007, 05:39 PM) *
I'd have to say Biology for me and more specifically Marine Biology. I don't have a degree in it or anthing but studying Sharks has always been a sort of hobby of mine. I read, watch, listen to anything to do with sharks....my fave week of the year is Shark week on Discovery Channel smile.gif . Great Whites are my main focus of interest and I'm actually scheduled for a shark dive next fall....I can't wait.


Yeah Marine Biology rocks!!! Also sharks are my favorite animals! tongue.gif biggrin.gif , i plan studying Marine Biology, but i dont think i can study that in my country sad.gif

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What I like about Biology, is how the brain works. It is very interessting, if we know why we are dreaming or something else smile.gif
And the brain is so extremly powerful, sadly that we dont use the full potential of it :/

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