Hello, Apologies if this is in the wrong sub-forum as this is my first post. Essentially, I have been selected to participate in an extended project qualification (EPQ) at school whereby we must complete a "Critical and Evaluative" 5000 word essay on absolutely any topic of our choice. I want to study Physics at University and thus I have chosen to write about a particular topic or area of debate in Physics. However, I am struggling to come up with a title that fits the criteria as it is extremely hard to evaluate something in a scientific field such as physics whereby the majority of things published of interest are beyond my knowledge. A few possible questions/ideas i have pondered include: -To what extent could time travel be considered a plausibility in the future? -To what extent does Quantum Mechanics render determinism obsolete? (I thought this was too difficult) - Einstein: Does The theory of Special Relativity or that of The Photoelectric Effect hold more significance? (I am very fond of this topic but the title is not brilliant). - Something related to the philosophical implications of quantum mechanics So now I ask, could someone who is fairly experienced or just has good ideas concerning my potential EPQ ideas point me in the right direction or offer new suggestion on possible topics I could cover which allow for critical essay analysis (i.e arguments for and against which lead to a conclusion) ? The whole project is essentially the essay plus documentation of all our research (which takes up the largest proportion of the project) and so to an extent I am supposed to be doing pretty in depth research but please bare in mind I am 17 (although ideally we are aiming to research basic undergrad topics) and so certain things will be out of my reach. Thanks a lot in advance, all thoughts are welcomed with open arms.