I Am Passionate About Science

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    1950s Expectations Of Future Science

    Spend enough time around people who don't possess the same skill sets as you do, and you notice something; they either think doing something using one of those skills is either impossible or easy. I think the reason for the first is that when people imagine themselves doing...
    doctormadmann doctormadmann
    26-30
    Aug 27, 2011

    Science, Morals And Alternative Medicine

    I studied Physics  at University. I do believe that Science is a great driver for advancement.  It gives us the luxury of choice.  If you're hunting for your food from day to day you don't have time for morals or ethics.  Science frees us from that necessity and gives us the...
    manwhofell manwhofell
    41-45, M
    Apr 2, 2011

    I am so passionate about science

    that I've devoted my life to it. I'm about to start my third year in my degree of Environmental Science. I want to become a Conservation Biologist and work for the WWF, and eventually mentor under Marlice Van Vuuren in Namibia at N/a'an Ku Sê.
    WanderingEcoFaerie WanderingEcoFaerie
    22-25, F
    Dec 1, 2015

    So Much to Learn Just Not Enough Time...

    I too am passionate about science.  If money were not an option, I would go back to school and get a PhD in evolutionary biology.  That subject never ceases to amaze me.  (Im such a nerd!)   I used to work in the science industry; computer sciences. ...
    NoGodsNoMasters NoGodsNoMasters
    31-35, F
    5 Responses Apr 9, 2009

    I am into my second chapter of 'Faith versus

    Fact' by Jerry Coyne and have a great line to recite: "Any scientist worth her salt when getting an interesting result will ask "Are there alternative explanations or a flaw in my design? The reason for this is not only to make sure the result is solid, but to protect her...
    TrevorThomson TrevorThomson
    31-35, M
    1 Response Sep 27, 2015

    Even If I Don't Like Him

    As a student in high school, I am continually faced with many different science classes. For most of my life, I was forced into earth science where I learned all about fossils and the layers of the earth.It was slow paced but I had a lot of fun digging in dirt or...
    paperowl paperowl
    18-21, F
    1 Response Jan 30, 2010

    A Thin Film

    Life is a thin film on the thin skin of a small ball of rock. 65 Million years ago, a 6 mile wide asteroid wiped out 75% of everything alive on the planet. Not for the first time, but perhaps for the last. In 2004 we observed 99942 Apophis. It is an asteroid approximately 250m...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    3 Responses Mar 16, 2012

    Especially Biology

    I love to learn about nearly every field of science, but my favorites are Biology and Genetics. I used to want to go to school to study to be a microbiologist or at least a medical technologist so I could study cellular diseases and viruses and how they affect genes. I will...
    SpiritOfTheRabbit SpiritOfTheRabbit
    36-40, F
    8 Responses Oct 14, 2010

    My Love For Science

     I absolutely love arthropods! I want to let people get close to them, and realize that many of them are harmless, and all of them are quite beautiful.  I just need to figure out how.
    Squeegemonkey Squeegemonkey
    16-17, F
    2 Responses Jul 4, 2009
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