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    Yoo this thread was started in 2005????!?!?!
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    Yoo this thread was started in 2005????!?!?!
    Back when I was 7


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    Back when I was 8


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    BACK WHEN I WAS FIVE god knows what I was doing then...
    Jheeeeeeeezeeeee
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    BACK WHEN I WAS FIVE god knows what I was doing then...
    Jheeeeeeeezeeeee
    Back then I wanted to be a biologist. Now I'm a physicist

    Also, I was 7 not 8. The 7 and 8 are too close together in the keyboard


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    Back then I wanted to be a biologist. Now I'm a physicist

    Also, I was 7 not 8. The 7 and 8 are too close together in the keyboard


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    Wait, that means you're 19 right now. How are you such a young physicist? Or do you just say that cuz you love physics?


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    Wait, that means you're 19 right now. How are you such a young physicist? Or do you just say that cuz you love physics?


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    Precisely

    I love physics


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    Back then I wanted to be a biologist. Now I'm a physicist

    Also, I was 7 not 8. The 7 and 8 are too close together in the keyboard


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    Interestingggggggggggg.
    It's funny how things change right,
    the other day I wanted to be a cinematographer and now I don't know what I wanna be... Urm, an engineer?
    Life's weird.
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    Interestingggggggggggg.
    It's funny how things change right,
    the other day I wanted to be a cinematographer and now I don't know what I wanna be... Urm, an engineer?
    Life's weird.
    Yes. Now I can't stand biology. I also had a period when I wanted to be a psychologist, but now I realise that psychology isn't a science


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    Yes. Now I can't stand biology. I also had a period when I wanted to be a psychologist, but now I realise that psychology isn't a science


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    Hahaha, I totally get your pain!!
    This is absolute shambleeeessss!
    You at uni studying physics now?
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    Hahaha, I totally get your pain!!
    This is absolute shambleeeessss!
    You at uni studying physics now?
    I start in September

    I'm on a gap year at the moment


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    I start in September

    I'm on a gap year at the moment


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    Cooool, what did you spend your gap year doing, anything productive?!?!?
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    Cooool, what did you spend your gap year doing, anything productive?!?!?
    Mainly working, watching TV, and eating ****

    Did a little bit of revising a-level again and currently reading Richard Feynman and Stephen Hawking


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    Mainly working, watching TV, and eating ****

    Did a little bit of revising a-level again and currently reading Richard Feynman and Stephen Hawking


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    Sounds convincing :P

    Ohh, Feynman how nice, I was gonna pick up one of the Books in the library to do with him but I found this book called Physics of the future by Michio Kaku, it's really interesting, have you read it?
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    Sounds convincing :P

    Ohh, Feynman how nice, I was gonna pick up one of the Books in the library to do with him but I found this book called Physics of the future by Michio Kaku, it's really interesting, have you read it?
    No but it sounds interesting

    Here is the Feynman book

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    Thanks!!
    Yep it's super interesting you should read it,
    that or watch the series "Black Mirror" It sort of takes an essence of he ideas mentioned in the book.
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    Thanks!!
    Yep it's super interesting you should read it,
    that or watch the series "Black Mirror" It sort of takes an essence of he ideas mentioned in the book.
    Will do


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    I haven't studied it, I have merely read a little bit about it

    I believe the colour is just a natural property of a particle, such as charge and mass. Although I am not certain, I don't think anyone knows why quarks have certain colours

    I have studied (a-level) quantum electrodynamics though


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    If you are right, the secret of the colours is something inside - as in the color of plants for instance. As we know, there is a reason why the color is green. The same must be go for such particles. A reason we can't imagine and don't know.

    I personaly think that those particles might identified because of their properties and are colored by equipped technology. What do you think abut that?
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    If you are right, the secret of the colours is something inside - as in the color of plants for instance. As we know, there is a reason why the color is green. The same must be go for such particles. A reason we can't imagine and don't know.

    I personaly think that those particles might identified because of their properties and are colored by equipped technology. What do you think abut that?
    The term 'colour' doesn't actually refer to wavelength if light reflected. It's just the name given to the property o the quarks and gluons, like strangeness. That's all I know, and as far as I can tell we don't even know if these so called colours exist, but we just use it to explain why quarks come in threes, or in a quark antiquark pair.


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    I start in September

    I'm on a gap year at the moment


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    So what exactly are you going to be studying in uni? Cuz I really wanna go further with physics after my A levels as well.


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    So what exactly are you going to be studying in uni? Cuz I really wanna go further with physics after my A levels as well.


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    Physics

    It has a bit of quantum, a bit of astro, and a bit of mechanics, a bit of relativity, etc


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