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    My school runs a competition where we write an EPQ/Extended Essay style paper on any topic we want and I really want to do something physics related. It shouldn't be too long (2000 words i think) but they say it can't just be regurgitating other peoples research: there has to be your own opinion or analysis or whatever. In previous years I know people have mapped astroid orbits/built fuel cells/explore star clusters. I was planning on doing an essay but just can't find a topic. I'm fascinated by relativity, space-time, gravitational waves, theory of everything all that sort of thing and was considering doing one on multiverse theory or time travel or something but I think it will be really hard to bring in my own work. Does anyone have any ideas of topics I could do that would allow me to bring something new without massively complex mathematics or anything?
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