Playing with lasers was fun (note the lack of 'z', American dog). Energetics, not so much..... Removing the maths made it more dull if anything.
Alpine or coastal environments looking a lot more likely if I don't get into postgrad though.
EDIT: You lucky ****.
EDIT 2: Astronomy is different to planetary geology I know, but I still love astronomy.
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You should totally think about that as a career choice tbh.
You would of course need a PhD though to find a position.
Haha, I'm going to try. Basically staying in uni for as long as I can before I'm in over my head.
Hoping for at least Honours.
Haha awesome. Following the SS plan then. I'm 26, and I'll be in uni till I'm well into my thirties if all goes well .
Engineers GTFO. Take Top_Cat with you.
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