Welcome to PhysicsForums! 13 y/o Interested in Physics

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In summary, Nate is a new member of the forums and is excited to learn more about physics. He is also excited to discuss some of his favorite 80's one hit songs.
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Hello! I'm new to "PhysicsForums", and thrilled to be part of the community as well. I'm 13 years old, and became interested in the subject of Physics two years ago.

My love of Physics was most likely passed on from my father, because he is an amauter physicist, though is going to college for physics this summer. My favorite theory in physics is Einstein's General Theory of Relativity, though there is the Higgs field as well, and my two most favorite physicists are Albert Einstein, and Michio Kaku. Michio Kaku which I hope to meet someday.

I hope to get a helping hand on how I can search the forums and make new topics or responses. Other than that, it's a pleasure to be here! :smile:
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"The eternal mystery of the world is its comprehensibility." -Albert Einstein
 
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Welcome to PF! I hope you find our community to be as awesome as I do.
 
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Welcome to PF, I think you'll like it here :smile:!
 
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Welcome to PF! It's nice to see young people interested in physics!

Here is another scientist who you will probably like:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3pYRn5j7oI

Anyway, you got any favorite fish??
 
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Thanks guys, I've already learned some here! :smile:
 
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Welcome to the PhysicsForums Nate! Enjoy your stay here! :D I am glad that you are liking Physics at an early age! Keep it going! :)

You have 2 options.
1. What is your favorite fish?
2. You can watch this small Physics documentary and write us a paragraph on your response to the video:
 
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Ivan, you are an evil, evil person...


I like that :biggrin:
 
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Ha, I'm confuzzled at Ivan's response but not in the Quantom Physics forum itself!

P.S. I love that song now, due to be Rick Rolled so many times. :tongue:
 
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NateSprague62 said:
Ha, I'm confuzzled at Ivan's response but not in the Quantom Physics forum itself!

P.S. I love that song now, due to be Rick Rolled so many times. :tongue:

Confused? But it's fish! You MUST have a favorite fish! If not, I recommend choosing salmon, even if you don't like it.
 
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As of now, the rules have changed. Seeing as you all ready saw the video, you must say what your favorite fish is! x)

@micro: I learned it all from the master! LOL x)
 
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Drakkith said:
Confused? But it's fish! You MUST have a favorite fish! If not, I recommend choosing salmon, even if you don't like it.

Haha, of course it's salmon, or walleye... I'm a Michigan boy. :biggrin:
Happy, Ivan? :P
 
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SMACKS a fat, Norwegian salmon into Nate's face.

You are now properly initiated at PF! :approve:

Welcome!
 
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Hey NateSprague62 and welcome to the forums.

I hope you enjoy this community, there's a lot of viewpoints, good discussion and debate, and the people here are friendly.

And don't worry about the fish, the inmates here are running the asylum.
 
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Aggasi said:
Hi All,
New member of this forum and excited to be here as I found many informative threats here. I will try to be active here to gain more from here and hope to make some friends also.

Hey there, I was new once, then I got help :D. Welcome to the PhysicsForum!
 
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lol 80's one hit wonders got to love that cheese lol
 
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When I saw the poster's name was "NateSprague62" I expected someone born in 1962.

Seeing that wasn't the case was an interesting surprise :-p

Welcome :-)
 

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