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    (Original post by SciFiRory)
    science is okay, but some of it is confusing to my brain I prefer more fun things like sports or videogames I know a lot about Politics as well but that's not so fun lol
    Science is fun :puppyeyes:
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    (Original post by incipientT)
    I think I did 2-3 years, but never really did well. I wasn't very interested at the time.
    You probably know more than me then - I can only remember how to say the numbers and 'I am a pencil sharpener' (The latter being completely impractical)

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    Science is fun :puppyeyes:
    eh, maybe it's just the fact I had an awful, awful science teacher (who I had to report to the school for bullying me...) kinda colours your view of a subject that tbh!

    that said I did always like the stuff about planets and the solar system space always fascinates me, probably cause I grew up watching Star Trek The Next Generation a lot!
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    (Original post by SciFiRory)
    eh, maybe it's just the fact I had an awful, awful science teacher (who I had to report to the school for bullying me...) kinda colours your view of a subject that tbh!

    that said I did always like the stuff about planets and the solar system space always fascinates me, probably cause I grew up watching Star Trek The Next Generation a lot!
    Aah, that's not good - science should be a subject people really enjoy (in no way bias due to being a student of a science :ninja:), it's a bit rubbish when people get awful teachers for it.

    Space is cool, :yep: Took a lot of self-control not to buy Carl Sagan - Cosmos while in waterstones today. Also A brief history of time (Steven Hawking) or a universe from nothing (Lawrence Krauss). I now have both of Richard Dawkins main books on evolution mind (selfish gene and blind watchmaker). Really now want to add to my science book collection with stuff on poisons though.
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    (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
    Aah, that's not good - science should be a subject people really enjoy (in no way bias due to being a student of a science :ninja:), it's a bit rubbish when people get awful teachers for it.

    Space is cool, :yep: Took a lot of self-control not to buy Carl Sagan - Cosmos while in waterstones today. Also A brief history of time (Steven Hawking) or a universe from nothing (Lawrence Krauss). I now have both of Richard Dawkins main books on evolution mind (selfish gene and blind watchmaker). Really now want to add to my science book collection with stuff on poisons though.
    yeah, most people I know loved their lessons at school, just another thing I missed out on sadly!

    space is awesome :yep: cool, not really read much sciencey stuff tbh, though I got some books for xmas in 2011 on the science that some of my fave shows are based on, need to get round to reading them at some stage!
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      But do you want to scream until the words die out?
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      Science is cool. Upset I missed a load of posts on it...
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      But do you want to scream until the words die out?
      Yes because I'm not afraid, the TSR members can read all about it.
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