Exploring the Intersection of Computer Science and Physics with Zack Norman

In summary, Zack Norman explores the intersection of computer science and physics, highlighting the ways in which these two fields intersect and complement each other. He discusses the importance of using computational methods and tools in studying and understanding physical phenomena, and how advancements in technology have expanded the possibilities for research and discovery in both disciplines. Norman also delves into the potential applications of this interdisciplinary approach, from improving simulations and modeling to developing new technologies and solutions to real-world problems. Overall, the integration of computer science and physics allows for a deeper understanding and advancement of both fields.
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Zack Norman
Hey everyone,

I'm Zack Norman, 16 year old from a small town near Toronto, Canada. I've joined your forum in hopes of learning about Math and Physics. My main skill is computer programming and Information Security, but I've recently taken up a passion for math and physics. One day I aspire to go to U of T (right beside my house) for either Computer Sciences, Math, or Metaphysics. Other than that, I play football for an internationally-competing team and I also play hockey (eh).

Hoping to learn a lot and share my knowledge with you guys in the future! (assuming the future is a real thing) (which it isn't):wink:
 
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Welcome to PF Zack!
 
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