Biology Vs Chemistry Vs Physics- Poll Watch

Poll: What is your favorite Science?
Biology (45)
30.41%
Chemistry (63)
42.57%
Physics (37)
25%
Other- social sciences - politics, economics, psychology, sociology etc.. (3)
2.03%
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(Original post by Einsteinium)
HA! biology a science?!

Chemistry FTW
Closely followed by Physics which is also v.good

Chemistry is basically physics though so...
so...physics ftw, not chemistry :p:
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(Original post by Einsteinium)
HA! biology a science?!

Chemistry FTW
Closely followed by Physics which is also v.good

Chemistry is basically physics though so...
Biology is as much of a science as physics and chemistry.
(and it's more interesting too!!) :p:
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ER was full of crap
Well, you chemists (read : physicists of outer electrons) would be a bit screwed if someone hadn't done the alpha-particle scattering experiment :-p
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So would physics.
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and there would be no chemistry at all.
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But there would be a bit of biology left so since it's the most indestructable, and so, once again, the best. :p:
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Biology is as much of a science as physics and chemistry.
(and it's more interesting too!!) :p:
I totaly agree love. Don't argue with them, let them go and play with their test tubes n stuff, keep 'em happy :p:
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Well, you chemists (read : physicists of outer electrons) would be a bit screwed if someone hadn't done the alpha-particle scattering experiment :-p
Doesn't mean we should believe everything ER said as gospel, that's hardly scientific. James Watson discovered DNA, doesn't mean his crazy views on eugenics should be taken seriously. Of course, I'm in a pretty unique position in that I work with physicists every day, I know how little they know about chemistry. Trying to undermine my discipline isn't going to work on me.
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Maths --- > physics ----> chemistry ---> biology
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(Original post by Einsteinium)
Maths --- > physics ----> chemistry ---> biology
LOL....suuuure.
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Well everyone loves maths so...

(What did you say? You don't love math? Ew... do you even love science?)
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LOL....suuuure.
I didn't mean greater than! I ment to say they are derived from each other.
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Well everyone loves maths so...

(What did you say? You don't love math? Ew... do you even love science?)
Obviously, or i wouldn't be going to study biomedical science, would i? :rolleyes:
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Well everyone loves maths so...

(What did you say? You don't love math? Ew... do you even love science?)
I don't love maths, I just use it.
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I don't like maths at all.
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I don't love maths, I just use it.
Same here.
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Maths isnt an outright science in the same way as physics, chemistry and (dare I say it :p: ) biology are....those three are all about drawing conclusions based on experimental evidence and observations. Maths just provides the language that those conclusions can be communicated in.
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It's an art, which is just as good I must admit. :p:
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(Original post by ChemistBoy)
Doesn't mean we should believe everything ER said as gospel, that's hardly scientific. James Watson discovered DNA, doesn't mean his crazy views on eugenics should be taken seriously. Of course, I'm in a pretty unique position in that I work with physicists every day, I know how little they know about chemistry. Trying to undermine my discipline isn't going to work on me.
Chillax man, I know Chemistry's important. Was just saying it was a bit rich saying someone who won the Nobel Prize in your chosen subject was 'full of crap'.
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15) Chemistry - who on earth is interested in the combustion of chemical x?
Without the biochemical processes of cells, you wouldn't exist. So thus chemistry is rather useful in real life...and life in general!
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