Hello everyone- My question is in regards to Theoretical Physics. Since my last post (which apparently was in Oct 2008...my goodness, I have learned so much since then), I was debating on whether or not I even wanted to go the physics route, but now here I am, a lot of math and two years later and I am very sure this is where i want to go. Now branching off of that, Im fairly certain I want to go into theoretical physics. Id like a better idea though of what types of things they do. I know the general idea of what one does as a theo physicist but I suppose I mean specifically. Do they work on one problem and devote time to that? Work in teams? Teaching and research? Lots of travelling? No traveling at all? Lots of computer work? etc... I currently am still in my undergrad series and have a fair bit of a ways to go, but Im a little unsure of whether i should major in Mathematics or Physics if I DID happen to choose to focus on theo physics. A grad student who tutors at my school told me it would be best to major in both, which I have no problem with, and then others say just stick to majoring in math. So, what do you guys think? A little confused on that.