What is your favourite thing in physics?

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When I was doing my A Levels, I was really excited for the A2 astrophysics topics. I still love astrophysics, and I even did some research last year into modelling neutron stars. However I think particle physics was a really interesting topic at A level.

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(Original post by rayquaza17)
When I was doing my A Levels, I was really excited for the A2 astrophysics topics. I still love astrophysics, and I even did some research last year into modelling neutron stars. However I think particle physics was a really interesting topic at A level.

I'm interested to hear what everyone else enjoys!
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Theoretical Physics> all. :moon:
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Women.
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Well there's particle physics, which I just think is so cool! It's amazing how things on a scale of grandeur to stem from something so tiny. (Ever heard of Quantum Entanglement)?

Even though I might be a bit rusty on my skills with mechanics, I still really like that topic. The way it applies to real life in so many different scenarios, just sort of changes your mind set on how things work in a way.

There's just so many other things in physics to discover :woo:
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There's just so many other things in physics to discover :woo:
This is so true. That's what makes maths and physics so interesting - there's always something new to learn about!
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This is so true. That's what makes maths and physics so interesting - there's always something new to learn about!
Indeed so! You'd learn one topic and then when you research it further you realise there's just a whole lot more that it leads to. :moon:
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Giving it up in year 11
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One can't say enough negative stuff on Condensed Matter physics

On-topic: Hydrodynamics and fluid physics generally is EXTREMELY fun to do.
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(Original post by rayquaza17)
When I was doing my A Levels, I was really excited for the A2 astrophysics topics. I still love astrophysics, and I even did some research last year into modelling neutron stars. However I think particle physics was a really interesting topic at A level.

I'm interested to hear what everyone else enjoys!
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When I was doing my A Levels, I was really excited for the A2 astrophysics topics. I still love astrophysics, and I even did some research last year into modelling neutron stars. However I think particle physics was a really interesting topic at A level.

I'm interested to hear what everyone else enjoys!
When the bell rings and I can leave class
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SUVAT equations <3

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YES! Exactly that! It's just wonderfully strange about how everything just pieces itself together.

:teeth: I love the buzz reading physics! I'm just thinking ''how?'' and ''why?'' (the particles in the experiment behave that way) :rofl:
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Found astrophysics hard but interesting, did a "related" EPQ title.
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Quantum mechanics, although the maths gets really nasty very quickly
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i like the electricity and radioactivity !!!!
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