
#37
Jan413, 12:33 PM

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If you're motivated by gaining recognition, trying to do novel stuff in science and math outside of a university while educating yourself from the ground up would have such a long period of time before you get any kind of recognition you might well lose motivation.
If your interested in science and math because of the subject matter and material itself, then I think you have a better chance to stay motivated. 



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Jan613, 01:52 AM

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Jan613, 07:23 AM

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#40
Jan1113, 02:47 PM

P: 7

Thank you to everyone who participated in this thread. You've been a big help to me and I owe you a dept of gratitude. Thank you again!
Any other insights are always welcome. I better get studying! 


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