I want to see the real answer to this one.
I voted no. I'm not good at physics.
I would be more interested in the opposite question. Are physics geniuses also math geniuses?
isn't physics just applied mathematics?
No, a Physics genius can still function in the real world.
No, but the converse holds true.
i voted yes because everybody else voted no
doesn't that make me even more the genius that i already am ?
Hm, theoretical physicists.... maybe. Experimental physicists - no. Best example is Michael Faraday - an absolute genius of experimental physics, but pretty clueless about math.
How do you know that he was clueless about math ?
He met him!
Clueless might be a bit harsh, but according to wikipedia, true.
I'm a genius, but am terrible in both math and physics.
There should have been a "none of the above" option.......
According to Wikipedia ? Pff, that means exactly nothing.
Again i ask, how do we know that Faraday sucked at math ? How is this fact established ?
I'm sorry, I do not deal in established facts. Here is an excerpt from the biography Faraday As A Discoverer, by John Tyndall.
What have you got?
Hi Jimmysnyder, thanks a lot for fighting this battle for me, so that I continue to watch TV without having to concentrate too much on fighting for my reputation !
I'm watching "Days of Our Lives". I did all that during the commercials.
I do not know how to qoute this, but look at post #15 by Jimmysnyder, there is proof that John Tyndall is alive and posting here in this forum ! O-M-G ! :surprised
Nah, he posted on some other forum and then died. Another reason to stick with this one.
Good idea ! But I'm watching a movie about Stauffenberg's attempt to kill Hitler ! They tried to blow him up 10 minutes ago, but did not succeed, now the conspirators are arrested by those loyal to Hitler, just now they shot a Stauffenberg - try to top THIS with "Days of Our Lives" :rofl::rofl::rofl:
(and there are no commercials ! )
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