• Question: Is There A Part Of Science That You Aren't To Keen On Or Don't Fully Understand?

    Asked by joxxx to James, Marcus, Martin, Rob, Suzanne on 19 Mar 2012. This question was also asked by billydowning.
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      Martin Zaltz Austwick answered on 19 Mar 2012:

      Oh yes, lots of it. I don’t know much about Biology or Genetics. And I’m not very interested in engineering, or very good at electronics. I can do a few things reasonably well, but not many!

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      Suzanne McEndoo answered on 19 Mar 2012:

      There’s lots I don’t understand. Quantum physics, for one! 😛 I think the more I learn about a subject, the more I know that I don’t know. Biology was the only science in school I didn’t do, so it’s the one I’m least keen on.

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      Robert Thompson answered on 19 Mar 2012:

      There is so much of science I don’t understand. If I understood it all it wouldn’t be any fun!.

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      Marcus Gallagher-Jones answered on 20 Mar 2012:

      Haha so much. In fact my physics knowledge is pretty limited to optics and even then it’s not great. The trouble is the further you get in science the more specialised you become. That being said I’m always interested in new things but with developments happening so fast in my own field it’s difficult to keep up with whats going on elsewhere.