Dating Physics Major - How Your College Major Can Predict Who You Will Marry | Efecto Placebo
That the top minds in theoretical physics have been spending their time on theories that not only may never be validated, but might not have made any concrete and useful predictions. Because I had aborted my physics education and training before reaching string theory or general relativity, for that matter , and so it was really not my problem. But I thought the book might provide a means to catch up with all that I had missed, in a form digestible by a general audience, hence requiring none of the physics knowledge that had long since left me due to disuse. Had I ever been a proper physicists in the first place? My dad initially enrolled as a political science and philosophy major at the University of Zagreb.
I met my current boyfriend in a Chemistry 2 lab at the local state college over two years ago. We sat right across from one another, and I didn't realize he was also in my Physics 2 class. I quickly learned he was, in fact, planning to major in Physics once he started at UF in the Fall of I too was on my way to UF that fall and very excited.
As the school year gets underway and millions of matriculating students consider which major to choose , we got to wondering: Which degrees are most romantically compatible with one another? Are an anthropologist and an art historian intrinsically more likely to get together than, say, and English major and a physicist? Now, we have the data to answer that question. In almost every case, like attracted like.