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Majors Astrophysics and Theoretical physics

  1. Sep 3, 2003 #1
    Hello everyone,

    Since I haven't seen any introductions section here (like the one mkaku.org has) I was hoping that members could introduce themeselves in this thread so everyone can get to know eachother better, especially new members like myself.

    Let me introduce myself first,

    My name is Astrophysics because I am considering a study in the majors Astrophysics and Theoretical physics(I actually I already know that I want to study these subjects).
    I am hoping to learn as much as possible from you and prepare myself for the fascinating study of physics at the university.
    I love physics, mathematics, chemistry, biology, computer science, sci-fi (or s-f as sunfit puts it:wink:) and last but certainly not least chess! (i'd like to play chess agianst some of you who play chess, maybe we can arrange something sometime :smile:)
    I also love to make my teachers miserable by asking questions to which they haven't got any anwsers to (especially my physics teacher who can't anwser anything related to subjects that are not mentioned in the textbook).

    I certainly would like to speak to you who have a degree in physics or are studying physics.

    I hope this was information for you to get to know me, and now I would like to get to know you. Therefore I hope you'll be kind enough to post a introduction of yourselves.

    I thank you,

    Last edited by a moderator: Feb 5, 2013
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  3. Sep 3, 2003 #2
    Welcome to the PFs, Astrophysics! :smile:

    I've never heard of an "introductions" section, but people usually just use the "General Discussion" Forum (as you have).
  4. Sep 4, 2003 #3
    Thank you Mentat, it's a pleasure to be here.
    Maybe you would like to introduce yourself? Because it seems that everyone knows you around here and I don't.

    I thank you in advance,

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