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I was thinking today, talking with my friends. There are thousands of types of science? Which is your favorite?

Mine of course, is geology. However, just not any normal geology. Structural geology. There are over 20 kinds of geology that can be studied that I can think off. The same would be with engineering. You have mechanical, electrical, chemical, petroleum... The list goes on and on!

What is your favorite type of science? What about math? Technology? Hell, lets just go to your favorite STEM fields!

1) Structural Geology
2) Computer Engineering
3) Calculus 3
4) ArcGIS

These are mine.
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I love all kinds of sciences, but my absolute favorite would have to be Wumbology!!
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I'm partial to the frequency domain analysis of physical phenomena. I only know the Fourier and Laplace transforms though.
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i'm a physics, engineering and maths geek for sure, doing math is seriously enjoyable to me.

Only problem is, parental pressure made me go to university to do pharmacy so i'm stuck with biology and medicinal chemistry for another 3 years..... yay me
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Archeology
Forensic Engineering
Geophysics
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mittemeyer wrote:

I'm partial to the frequency domain analysis of physical phenomena. I only know the Fourier and Laplace transforms though.


Yea, I still use the Laplace transform in some of my math heavy classes. I still dislike the Fourier transformation though. You just made me think of the Integral transform and Separation of Variables though... Those 2 still make me scream in terror!
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Fozzles wrote:

i'm a physics, engineering and maths geek for sure, doing math is seriously enjoyable to me.

Only problem is, parental pressure made me go to university to do pharmacy so i'm stuck with biology and medicinal chemistry for another 3 years..... yay me


Physics is really fun, but I suck at it... It is the same as Thermodynamics for me. I love it, but just cant do it well!

Pharmacy is hard, I have a friend in his Masters for it. Keep up the work! I am sure you can do it!
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Archeology
Forensic Engineering
Geophysics


Ahh, you have your heads in the rocks like me! I took a Geophysics course about 2 or 3 years back. It was really fun. It also made a lot more sense to me than physics for engineers. I know a decent bit of basic archeology, but nothing advanced. The only time I even remotely use it is trying to correlate the ages of various lithostratigraphic units.

As for forensics, the most I have done is read a bit of a text book. I vaguely remember the different blood splatter patters from high and low velocity impacts.
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Dark_Alma wrote:


Fozzles wrote:

i'm a physics, engineering and maths geek for sure, doing math is seriously enjoyable to me.

Only problem is, parental pressure made me go to university to do pharmacy so i'm stuck with biology and medicinal chemistry for another 3 years..... yay me


Physics is really fun, but I suck at it... It is the same as Thermodynamics for me. I love it, but just cant do it well!

Pharmacy is hard, I have a friend in his Masters for it. Keep up the work! I am sure you can do it!


Thermodynamics *____________*
Yeh i'm doing a masters for it too since you can't graduate with a degree in pharmacy without it but tha(its killing me)nks
imagine i went with my initial choice and went to med school, i think the stress would've made me bald
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Fozzles wrote:

Thermodynamics *____________*
Yeh i'm doing a masters for it too since you can't graduate with a degree in pharmacy without it but tha(its killing me)nks
imagine i went with my initial choice and went to med school, i think the stress would've made me bald


I just gained 5 lbs over the last 2 years. Alcohol will make you gain that weight like mad! I found the best way to deal with stress (besides alcohol) is nice jogs/runs.

Med school is incredibly hard. One of my acquaintances showed me their notes... Too many bloody new words! WORDS FOR DAYS! Are you already in your masters? If so, you are a young masters student! Masters at 20 is a hard feat to accomplish!
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Dark_Alma wrote:
As for forensics, the most I have done is read a bit of a text book. I vaguely remember the different blood splatter patters from high and low velocity impacts.

Hopefully no blood splatters. In the specialized field, when a structural engineer (or civil, geotech, architect or even material engineer) can't do their job properly, a forensic engineer is called in to determine cause and fault of the failure.
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Hard question! I still have so much to learn but I am interested in
Electrochemistry
Photonics
Chaos and fractals
{I heart physics}
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54bubbles wrote:


Dark_Alma wrote:
As for forensics, the most I have done is read a bit of a text book. I vaguely remember the different blood splatter patters from high and low velocity impacts.

Hopefully no blood splatters. In the specialized field, when a structural engineer (or civil, geotech, architect or even material engineer) can't do their job properly, a forensic engineer is called in to determine cause and fault of the failure.


Fault... failure... heh. Geology pun. Structural geology yay!

I had never heard of a forensics engineer. I learned something new!
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benegesserit wrote:

Hard question! I still have so much to learn but I am interested in
Electrochemistry
Photonics
Chaos and fractals
{I heart physics}


Congratz! Thee have bested me! Care to explain what those 3 are in terms for us plebeians?
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