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  What is the reason you are interested in physics?

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Someone has recently asked me why I am interested in physics and I did not really have an answer. I could not put it into words. It took some time to be able to put it into words but I wanted to hear other peoples reasons of why they are interested in physics and see how they differ. Feel free to explain why you are interested in physics and/or what was the first experience that got you into physics. 

asked Aug 12 in Chat by Addie [ no revision ]
recategorized Aug 19 by Arnold Neumaier

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Personally I find physics very mysterious and challenging .It holds all the mysteries of universe . I want to uncover those mysteries . Physics explains our universe and present to us unexpected scenarios. I just want to solve those puzzles of nature and only physics can help me in doing so . I think that's it. If you want to give any suggestion ,you are most welcome. 

answered Aug 14 by Krish Srivastava (0 points) [ no revision ]
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Understanding physics means understanding our world and our technology. It is a never ending challenge to dig deeper and deeper into the nature of what exists.

answered Aug 19 by Arnold Neumaier (15,608 points) [ no revision ]

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