Hello Everyone. I am currently working on a BS in Mathematics and I am also doing some physics coursework. I am fairly sure that I am going to pursue Math up to the graduate level. My ultimate goal is to do some sort of research that adds something to our understanding of the physical universe. I know that is the job of a Physicist but I was curious if a Mathematician could do the same in some way. I would even consider getting my degrees in Mathematics and then returning to pursue Physics at a later time since a double-major isn't feasible for me as of now. So the short version of my question is how can a Mathematician help to discover new ideas about the physical universe and how could someone with a Math degree transition into graduate Physics? I appreciate any insight!