There have been some arguments going on in my thread "Urgent!: Schrodinger's Equation" about how 7th graders(and other kids) like myself are unable to understand physics just because they are kids. I wanted to start a new thread, where we could just discuss this matter but I am afraid it may get too contrevertial. Should I start the thread? Here is how I planned to start the thread: "In my thread, "Urgent!: Schrodinger's Equation", there has been an argument about how kids, particularly 7th graders like me, are unable to comprehend physics. Why? According to chroot, he believes its because a kid is a kid. I believe this is not true, naturally as I seem to have disproved him throughout my lifetime. what do YOU think? again, I beg of you, to keep the arguements civil, as this is probably going to be contravertial. If it does, none the less, get ugly(and you know what I mean), I will delete this post, and the deleting of this post will delete the rest of the thread. Or, a forum administrator will lock the thread. Please note that the sole purpose of this thread is simply to resolve a matter dealing with age discrimination."PLEASE DO NOT ARGUE IN SUCH A MANNER TO AN EXTENT THAT THE ARGUMENTS GET UGLY. Thank you.