Author: Physics for Bunnies

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Carl Jung

So the loneliness created by his own pride is satanic.
The pride of believing that our thoughts are more important than those of others.
Pride is to cut oneself off from others.
The proud man creates his own Hell on Earth.

Fuck off

Carl Jung

Carl Jung

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physicsforbunnies:

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I’ve been thinking about this for days but… Chemistry really is just a branch of physics which has been historically separated from it because quantum mechanics and the finer detailes of atomic physics are relatively recent discoveries.

What i’m saying is that chemistry is clumsy physics. A vulgar version of physics. F*ck chemistry.

Guys… The second part of this post was obviously sarcastic. Did I really need to write this down. Fucking chill.

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physicsforbunnies:

I’ve been thinking about this for days but… Chemistry really is just a branch of physics which has been historically separated from it because quantum mechanics and the finer detailes of atomic physics are relatively recent discoveries.

What i’m saying is that chemistry is clumsy physics. A vulgar version of physics. F*ck chemistry.

Guys… The second part of this post was obviously sarcastic. Did I really need to write this down. Fucking chill.

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physicsforbunnies:

I’ve been thinking about this for days but… Chemistry really is just a branch of physics which has been historically separated from it because quantum mechanics and the finer detailes of atomic physics are relatively recent discoveries.

What i’m saying is that chemistry is clumsy physics. A vulgar version of physics. F*ck chemistry.

So I am reblogging this, because I want to be reminded that People like this exist, but understandably I won’t like it because it is, obviously, as wrong as a 35 year old guy luring Children with candy into his white Van.

What kind of lab fumes have you been inhaling, my child.

Wait, but isn’t it crazy expensive to ge…

Wait, but isn’t it crazy expensive to get a PhD? And if you had to work a job to fund it, wouldn’t you basically have no life besides school and work?

It is only crazy expensive if you don’t have a funded position. To be honest here in europe you can always find a funded position. For example I’m doing a PhD and don’t pay any fees and get a monthly stipend as if I had a job. I’ve heard that in the US there might be a different situation, idk. I don’t think that working while doing a phd is ever a realistic option.

BUT THINK ABOUT THIS: All science is trash. Wh…

BUT THINK ABOUT THIS: All science is trash. Why do we even try anymore? Entropy claims all and its useless to fight.

Probably but what else are we gonna do

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Americans be scrolling tumblr, taking shit people write so absurdly seriously and not understanding either sarcasm or caricatural exaggeration & then wondering how did clowns end up in their politics.

Would you say that a physics major would have …

Would you say that a physics major would have a fair amount of job options available (or y’know, existent) after a Masters degree? Or do most physics jobs require a PhD? I want to major in physics by I’m not sure if I could really handle that much school, and I know Chemistry has a fair amount of job opportunities accessible with a Masters.

Hey, sorry for the late reply, my life is a mess. Also I read this after writing the previous stupid chemistry-dragging post. 

I think you can go after a fair amount of jobs after a Masters in physics. It depends

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you want to continue working in a strictly physics-related field or not. When I got a Masters I did a ton of job interviews and got hired in a major Bank to be a data analyst (even though I don’t know the first thing about finance),

but i then decided to pursue a PhD and never work in my life. Anyway as a physicist you can get really good big corp. jobs, and maybe – maybe – even end up working on some interesting projects such as: machine learning, robotics and AI, blockchain, etc. These big corporations really want physicists for these jobs not only because of our programming skills (they look mainly for Python, C, C++, SQL) but also for analysis skills and statistics, which a non-physicist programmer usually lacks. If you are interested in that kind of thing you can contact corporations such as IBM, KPMG, Deloitte, Accenture, Microsoft,Google, basically every bank etc. If being a manager/consultant isn’t your dream job, there are corporations that deal with research in physics, like STMicroelectronics, for example.

But if you want like a proper physics job like working in a lab for research and not selling your soul to capitalism for big money, then you almost certainly need a PhD. But I guess it depends what field you’re in.

As for chemistry, the best you can aspire to is to do product control for a factory, or spend your days in a hospital lab checking urine for diabetes and regretting not doin physics 😉