Thank you Physics Forums

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I would like to give a huge Thank You to all that participate in Physics Forums.

That is a meaningful Thank you.

I am currently a physics undergrad at an extremely competitive university (~top 20 worldwide), and I am grinding. Grinding: I am gasping for air. I'm pretty sure I have to retake the last half of an accelerated calculus regiment (last half of calc2 and calc3 in one class), and I may even have to retake intro mechanics (which I may do anyways, for pure sake of forcing myself to gain a better understanding).

It's quite depressing at times, but I continue to GRIND through one of my many passions: Physics.
Physics Forums has played a hefty role in that decision to continue, against my odds. From anything between employability and income perspective to motivation and homework help.

Every time I'm feeling down, all I have to do is roll on into Physics Forums. Every single "omg I can't do this" thread that I stumble in to is typically just filled with nothing but superb and uplifting advice, compliments, and attitude.

So again: Thank you Physics Forums. I thank all of you for being the awesome people that you will surely continue to be.
 
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Glad you like PF a lot!

It looks like you have spent a lot of time here, but you have 0 posts?
 
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Glad you like PF a lot!

It looks like you have spent a lot of time here, but you have 0 posts?
Yes and no. lol.
Truthfully, I have severe ADHD, so my consciousness is pretty sporadic... most of the time I don't even realize to post a reply to anything or start any new threads.. :shy:
 
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I would like to give a huge Thank You to all that participate in Physics Forums.

That is a meaningful Thank you.

I am currently a physics undergrad at an extremely competitive university (~top 20 worldwide), and I am grinding. Grinding: I am gasping for air. I'm pretty sure I have to retake the last half of an accelerated calculus regiment (last half of calc2 and calc3 in one class), and I may even have to retake intro mechanics (which I may do anyways, for pure sake of forcing myself to gain a better understanding).

It's quite depressing at times, but I continue to GRIND through one of my many passions: Physics.
Physics Forums has played a hefty role in that decision to continue, against my odds. From anything between employability and income perspective to motivation and homework help.

Every time I'm feeling down, all I have to do is roll on into Physics Forums. Every single "omg I can't do this" thread that I stumble in to is typically just filled with nothing but superb and uplifting advice, compliments, and attitude.

So again: Thank you Physics Forums. I thank all of you for being the awesome people that you will surely continue to be.
Its cool that this is actually a community of physicists and physics fans that share to the world their love of science. Thanks for sharing your physics passion
 
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Every time I'm feeling down, all I have to do is roll on into Physics Forums. Every single "omg I can't do this" thread that I stumble in to is typically just filled with nothing but superb and uplifting advice, compliments, and attitude.
I second that one!
 
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