Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Flowey, May 15, 2017.
Molecular biology, astrobiology, astronomy.
I like biology in general but neurobiology is where far too much of my time is spent :lol:
I've kinda lost all interest in anything at the moment. However if I could kickstart my drive it would probably be biochemistry, neurology, pathology and oncology
Well definetly psychology and sociology, I have talent for these Also I'm interested in zoology and anatomy.
Psychology and genetics.
Computer, and Social Sciences. Have no interest in natural sciences.
Psychology. I'm intrigued by what makes people tic
Biology is my favorite branch of science. Ecology and evolutionary genetics are my favorite branch of Biology. Anything that tackles organisms' behavior to survive really interests me. If I just passed that college admission test, I would have been studied biology.
Psychology and neuroscience
Have any of you seen one of the latest video from AsapSCIENCE regarding LSD's effect on the brain? (I don't know if I can post the link but you can find it pretty easily) It was really good to me. They showed how those kind of things, used in the right way, can be really useful for someone. For example, they talked about how psychotherapy with some sessions with LSD helped to improve life quality of some terminally ill patients
Aristotle was a scientist, tho.
I guess I can get nerdy at times... I love physics because it explains how "most" things work in the physical world, quantum physics and parapsychology... to name a few. And then there is the Occult
Quantum mechanics, aerospace engineering, genetic engineering, computer science, cryptography, metallurgy.
Psychology and hyperspace
don't force me to choose just one thing I'm a total science geek.
genetics, pyschology, evolutionary biology, virology, parasitology, microbiology, and computer science
As a Chemistry student I have to give praise to this subject. Most of it can be "Meh" but it's how I was able to make cool things like an artificial sapphire.
I like all science, however, I especially like Computer science, Genetics, Cryobiology, Astrophysics, Rocket science, and Archaeology. Also Futurology/Futurism, though there is a debate as to whether it is an art or science.
I've always loved chemistry, and was pretty good at it (A* at GCSE) then I went to college to do A-levels, first half went well, but then stuff got in the way and I backed out to do music instead (I ended up with only half an A-level at grade D - I blame the maths and physics that I did at the same time, barely scraped an E in both of those).
Recently I've found an interest in cosmology that I didn't know I had - just yesterday I spent about half an hour talking on skype with uni friends, I was explaining some of the different kinds of stars, and what's going to happen to the sun etc. I never realised how much (slightly useless) knowledge I've passively acquired.
Plus the pictures are amazing Hubble is fantastic, James Webb should be mind-blowing.
I'm into psychology, which is a social science.