posted on Jun, 6 2010 @ 09:07 PM
Hello there to the good people of ATS,
I think I have officially been lurking long enough that to continue would just be asinine. So anyways, a little boring details about my life may be
helpful here right?
Well I a 21 years of age and I am an undergrad at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. My specific program of study is in Physics and mathematics
(My major and minor respectively) but I maintain an inquisitive interest in most academic disciplines with the possible exception of sociology, which
I hate with a passion (although I may have just been cursed with a horrible professor). It seems that many people in academia (especially in social
science) are flakes in the worst way imaginable, but I will save that rant for another time.
Calculus has always been my baby mathematically, as my brain does not have the patience or depth to deal with the the somewhat haphazard and ambiguous
nature of algebraics, statistics, discrete math, etc. As far as physics is concerned, I am very enamored with space exploration as well as quantum
mechanics and the propulsion and inertia possibilities of anti-matter and anti-gravity. I think it is entirely possible (if not probable) that
anti-gravity as a source of spacetime propulsion could be realized within my lifetime.
I do realize that many people within the scientific community are none too happy with those of us who take an interest in the occult or the
paranormal, but that is the beauty of the internet right? Skepticism and strict adherence to scientific methodology is fine I suppose, but if you
never open yourself up to the possibilities that lie outside those boundaries, you limit yourself needlessly.
Well alright then, I will now step off my nerdgasm soap box. I look forward to having discussions with many of you.