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Just passed the hardest class Ive ever taken (nuclear physics)

Holy shat it was confusing. Quantum tunneling and isospin states with parity is some of the most complicated stuff ever. Im so glad I can call myself somewhat of a nuclear scientist now!

Thanks everyone for the support when I was having a meltdown (pun intended) come exam time lol

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congrats well done…it sounds very difficult

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Congrats. Getting through school with a mental illness is not easy.

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Thanks guys!

@Anonanon It was especially difficult when the voices were keeping me up at night but in a way it helped because I could stay up and study lol

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Congratulations!

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Was this class part of a broader curriculum that leads to a degree? Or just a standalone course?

I remember quantum tunelling. Bypassing a high potential wall. Only possible for very small particles due to Heisenberg’s principle.
I remember nothing about spins, except maybe the total amount stays the same during a nuclear reaction?

Well done!!

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Congratulations :slight_smile: that is totally awesome :innocent:

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Good job. Physics is a tough subject. Quantum physics is even tougher.

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Congratulations @zwolfgang!

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Well, my janitor job doesn’t take a degree in rocket science but it sure what have helped when I launched those three rockets towards N. Korea last week from the back patio.

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Good job! That’s awesome!

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Wow…that is some serious study so well done to you for getting through it. Very cool.

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good work, wolf. I can’t imagine battling this illness, and taking a coursework like nuclear physics at the same time. Props, man!

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Amazing. Congratulations on a job well done.

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HAHAHA! Shall we have another drink?! lol. Just kidding. I knew you could do it man. Congratulations! Always good to hear from you, zwolf.

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Thanks everyone! I got kind of a crappy grade but its a pass nonetheless lol C’s get degrees and all that

@Andrey Its part of a nuclear engineering masters course, Im going to be getting a dual degree from the royal institute of technology in Sweden and the grenoble institute of technology in France’s materials science for nuclear division, after which Ill be working for the CEA for awhile

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