Main Question or Discussion Point
i need some help to know how to become a theorotical physicist,i am very young(14)so i basically want to know what all is required,degrees and all.
This link is rather amusing. The topic is on becoming a theoretical physicist, but the photo is of someone who I know is an experimentalist AND also in the building that I'm very familiar with (work there) that typically has ZERO theorists in it! :)
ha, funny!This link is rather amusing. The topic is on becoming a theoretical physicist, but the photo is of someone who I know is an experimentalist AND also in the building that I'm very familiar with (work there) that typically has ZERO experimentalists in it! :)
What, they can't find a decent photo of Lisa Randall?
No matter what the next steps are, you should start learning how to spell. Looking at the thread list I had no idea what this thread is about.
Intervenient: I don't think anyone telling himanshu to improve his/her writing skills is meaning to offend. With the kind of writing skill displayed in the opening post career options are rather limited (bouncer perhaps), and anything academic is certainly out of the question. There is no reason not to learn proper writing at the age of 14. And there is no reason not to tell someone. Contrary to what seems to be popular belief proper writing is a skill that requires training, and that best comes from actively being aware of spelling, grammar, and style in everyday usage.
There is one other less thread-related thing which people tend to underestimate: I do feel offended when people ask for someone to spend time helping them but don't bother to spend twenty seconds for proof-reading their text because their time is too valuable for such trivialities. What himanshu123 achieves by his sloppy writing is that the answer he gets are from people who don't work in the field, but merely feel like posting some phrases they heard somewhere.