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My name is Eric Pzena, I find science to be very interesting and wish that nobody thought science was incorrect because of religion. But unfortunately in high school, I had really bad science teachers, making sure I would never ever want to be a scientist. I enjoy the logic of science and the findings of science and find science interesting, but I am usually bored by the extreme detail of things you must learn that are very hard to relate to in life. For example having to memorize the exact chemical exchanges in photosynthesis was very unappealing to me. Although I know it effects my life deeply, I just don't care about the details of it enough. So basically I appreciate science, but not enough to have to learn all the uninteresting parts. Which is why I took this class and why I am not a science major. Here is an awesome Enter Shikari song:

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Hi,

I totally get your attitude towards science. I'm pretty much the same way. Though when I did astrophysics in AP, the details and specifics were pretty fascinating.

Hi,

I totally get your attitude towards science. I'm pretty much the same way. Though when I did astrophysics in AP, the details and specifics were pretty fascinating.

I'm definitely on board with you, and I wish I had explained my stance on the matter more like you did. What
majors are you considering?

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