Is Age a Barrier in Pursuing a Passion for Physics?

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In summary, age should not be seen as a barrier in pursuing a passion for physics. While it is true that many physicists start their careers at a young age, there are numerous examples of individuals who have found success in the field later in life. With determination, hard work, and a willingness to constantly learn and adapt, anyone can pursue their passion for physics regardless of their age. Furthermore, having a diverse range of experiences and perspectives can actually be beneficial in the world of physics. Ultimately, it is one's passion and dedication that determines their success in the field, not their age.
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Hello everyone. my name is alex from sri lanka and I am currently 29 years old. I just started my journey in physics and yes I may seem bit old but it's something I at least have some passion to do and nothing else interests me as much as doing physics.
I hope the relations I build here help me in my future course in pursuing physics
 
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Welcome to PhysicsForums, Alex. Good to have you here. :smile:
 
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