What is the most interesting educational thing you've ever learnt?

Yea that’s awesome

The universe is a place of awe or a place of fear.

It’s up to me to choose how I want to look at it.

Or a place of fear and awe :sweat_smile:

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Ah okay, that’s great

Lots of studying! :grin:

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very true, but i don’t mind tbh; i enjoy it for the most part (when im not scoring so badly lol)

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That the double slit experiment proves the wave and particle nature of electron. electrons give a diffraction pattern when they are not observed (wave nature) and passes through the slits separately like particles when they are observed.

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Yea. Studying can be difficult on the medications especially. But if it’s done, it’s rewarding and fulfilling.

So you want to be a teacher?

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yeah 15 characters

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What does diffraction mean?

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Basically means spread out

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Cool. Wish you the best with that, my sister is also a teacher

She’s rich :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

And my guess is that she enjoys her job.

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heheh 15 characters, love to hear that

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Yes this stuff is interesting.

I have a physics book that is really good.

I’m still due to read it.

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I think you should give it a read. Nothing wrong with learning a thing or two about physics

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In biology i was obsessed with phagocytosis lol

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Thankyou…

This is the book. It’s really readable

I could probably do with a more updated physics book one day but this one is good for now.

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Hm… looks interesting!

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Oh cool

Do you know why you were obsessed with phagocytosis?

Or you not sure why?

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I think it was psychosis, i was off meds voices kept saying phagocytosis when i eat lol

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i was obsessed with circles the first time i tried to do physics back in 2015/2016; i dropped out and tried a maths degree back then becuase ithought i was onto something - i wasn’t

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I was psychotic and went to university, it affected the content of my psychosis as I was learning human anatomy and started talking to my liver and organs lol

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Haha thats so random.

But yea the act of phagocytosis does actually resemble the action of eating something.

In fact, some protozoa do use phagocytosis to eat.

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