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Theoretical Physics and technology advice

  1. Sep 8, 2011 #1
    I have a small dilemma, so I though I'd ask the geniuses at the physics forum! I dream of becoming of Theoretical Physicist but am recently wondering how much experience do Theoretical Physicists get from working with technology.

    My thought of a theoretical physicist is one who calculates complex math equations all day, so I thought I would minor in Nuclear Engineering to get a feel for technology and atomic particles.

    So I was wondering am I worrying for nothing, or is there some way to study engineering and theoretical physics at the same time?
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