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Who else out there is in a deep love affair with science? I don't care who you are, I just wanna surround myself with deep-thinkers, have an intellectual conversation

WesTank 3 Dec 16

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I'm but need to hone my skills more.

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I spent my entire career as a scientist, ie. a chemist in the pharmaceutical industry.

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I absolutely love science. Learning, discussing, researching, it's all good. I don't have too many science lovers around me, though, except at work and we get set back in our work day if we take too long discussing it. I actually avoid discussing it with most people so I don't bore them to tears, lol

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Definite science enthusiast here. I am currently pursuing a PhD in neurobiology and animal behavior, and I frequently spend down time researching topics unrelated to my work. Physics and astronomy are major "loves", as well as the biological sciences with a heavy focus on the topics of genetics, evolution, ecology, wildlife management, and psychology.

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welcome to the site

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If I were to win the lottery of millions of dollars I would spend the rest of my life taking science courses in college. I don't know everything but I definitely am hungry to learn.

That is so awesome that you have thought that.. I've imagined winning the lotto, and that's exactly what i have told myself as well.. and it would be less stressful because it would be strictly for knowledge and passion, instead of worrying about a degree or what career path to take.. kudos to you!

Same!! When I think about what I'd do if I suddenly came into a fortune, I don't think about a car or a house or anything like that. Other than doing things for people I love, my first thought is research and continuing my education.

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I was a science teacher for 7 years. I love biology and astronomy. I see many links between the two and am always on the search for more origins of life connections between human beings and outer space. I believe in Panspermia and the implications for how life developed here. [helix.northwestern.edu]

interesting

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well i don't know if i have a love affair as much as a deep understanding and knowledge that it works and why it works. it has been a huge part of my life. i have spend many hours watching documentaries, and lectures from yale and prefer learning to the vast sea of garbage on tv and the internet.
while most seam to idolise rock stars and sports people, my rock stars are scientist such as lawrence krause , stephen weinberg, sean carol, feinstein, etc, i may have misspelled a few names, but you get my point. aronra is also huge when it comes to morphology and evolutionary biology. ted talks and other such things as well.
so what you want to talk about?

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I couldn't have pursued my career in science if I didn't love it. One of my mottoes is, Do what you love and you'll love what you do.

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My entire life ,science has always been my favorite subject .In school I was always thrilled to learn about something I did not understand . What comes to mind is the day I learned how a plane attains lift . A simple explanation of how the shape of the wing caused lower air pressure on the top and higher pressure on bottom which in turn caused lift . What was once baffling suddenly became so easily understood. A persons interest in science indicates an inquisitive mind and a thirst for knowledge and understanding the world around him

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