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The Science/Physics Club

Discussion in 'Clubs' started by UltimateNagash, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. UltimateNagash

    UltimateNagash I am a glow worm...

    Man, that makes me sound such a geek :D

    Oh well, this is a club to discuss all the sciencey/physics stuff in the world, whether you think such theories can be proven etc. All the technological/science things happening in the world, what will happen if such things were proven etc.
    Anything to do with science really (and yes, that does mean that you can't mention Scientology as factual :p I mean, come on...)
    And please, don't discuss creation stuff, that's just a no-no, because I say so :p plus we can't prove it in any form or way and it hurts my brain, so please... OK?
    And when I say that, I mean:
    More rules include:
    So yeah, if we could begin this please then there are such things to talk about as particles and anti-particles, how they react with each other, whether it's a worthwhile thing to do and all that (because some of us started talking about them in another topic. Oops...)

    Anyway, yeah.
    _ Two
    _ _ One
    _ _ _ Go!

    (Oh, and of course, Sub-Leader/Whatever you want to call it will be given out to those who participate in discussions alot, make informed opinions and are generally nice and obey the rules [of course])

    • Me (UltimateNagash - call me Will). Owner
    • JoshDuddy (co/sub-owner)
    • The Panda (co/sub-owner)
    • evolutions (co/sub-owner)
    'Normal' Members :D
    • BandGeek101
    • sarcastic phantom
    • K Brown
    • Lugia Kuriarhia
    • giga872
    • Acheront
    • eonmaster457
    • intrnd
    • Dragon Wing
    • uzumakikunai
    • Simon Togetic
    • honey_clover112
    • crobatman
    • Pikawho?
    • Thatguy
    • HommeDor
    • Conquistador
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2007
  2. Amostein

    Amostein Well-Known Member

    Hey, I'll join =].

    You said you were making this a while ago so I thought I would search it. The_Panda was also gonna make one, but you seem to have gotten to it first!
  3. UltimateNagash

    UltimateNagash I am a glow worm...

    Care to be Co-Owner?
  4. Amostein

    Amostein Well-Known Member

    Aye, sure, why not.

    You may wanna add to the rules no science and religion debating here, as it could quite easily turn into a battle field :S

    EDIT... reading over that, that makes no sence o_O

    You know what I mean though lol... no anti religion debating, and no religion with science. EG Evolution proves there is no God (thats not correct but you catch my drift).
    Last edited: Jun 29, 2007
  5. The_Panda

    The_Panda 恭喜發財

    Oh! I'm joining...

    Can I be Co-Owner by any chance?
  6. BandGeek101

    BandGeek101 Well-Known Member

    I'll join. Physics and Science are my thing and I'm pretty good.
  7. UltimateNagash

    UltimateNagash I am a glow worm...

    There's three available, so yeah. But no, cause I don't like ya :p
    Nah, I'm kidding... ;) You're co-owner.
    BandGeek101 and JoshDuddy, you both can be as well if you want (better hurry though ;))
  8. The_Panda

    The_Panda 恭喜發財

    Thanks UltimateNagash.

    I read something rather interesting in NewScientist today... something about evolution going backwards. I didn't think it was possible, but it seems there are still some vestigal traits. What do you guys think of it?

    Part-transcript - http://www.newscientist.com/channel/life/mg19025525.300-when-evolution-runs-backwards.html

    Unfortunately you need to subscribe to see the whole transcript. The article was very interesting...

    Also, new topic:
    What is your favourite science?

    For me it's Physics. I find it really interesting, that's the main reason. I go to as many lectures on it as I can in my spare time.
  9. Ethan

    Ethan Banned

    Oooooooh. I want to join. My favorite science would be biology and chemistry comes in a good second place. Scientific American is like my favorite journal of all time. I would like to talk about what kind of technology we can harness in the future. Im crossing my fingers for time travel but as of right now time travel seems like a direct violation of all the laws of nature.
  10. UltimateNagash

    UltimateNagash I am a glow worm...

    The problem with inventing time travel is causing stuff to happen that didn't before. Therefore, I believe if we do travel and time, and then to the future, that path will split so we go to the changed one, but this one is still around (if that made sense).
    *list updated as well*
    Oh, and Panda, looks intersting, but I won't subscribe till I get home (at work at the moment ;))
  11. The_Panda

    The_Panda 恭喜發財

    It's worth it. I'm subscribed to about 20 different journals, my favourite ones are (in order):
    a) New Scientist - just a really good quality journal
    b) British Medical Journal - I'm a medical student
    c) Scientific American - Again it's very good quality.

    Oh and I don't care if this club sounds geeky. I'm your stereotypical geek/Asian studymaster anyway :p
  12. evolutions

    evolutions Well-Known Member

    I want to join this club :).
    And if there's any more place left, can i be a co-owner/sub-owner?
  13. Amostein

    Amostein Well-Known Member

    Physics is my favourite science. Mainly astronomy though.
  14. The_Panda

    The_Panda 恭喜發財

    Chemistry is also really good.
  15. Amostein

    Amostein Well-Known Member

    M hm, when I was choosing what to do for my A-levels I was stuck between history and chemistry. I love history, but I find chemistry fascinating. In the end I choose history.
  16. Ethan

    Ethan Banned

    This club pawns, kudos to you UltimateNagash.

    I was just reading an article on Cosmic background radiation and scientists use it to determine the age of our universe is anyone educated about that? Id like to learn more.

    Its hard to choose which science you enjoy most. If history was a science then it would be my favorite.
  17. The_Panda

    The_Panda 恭喜發財

    In Australia you did Units. You had to do at least 12 units. Subjects took up units. The higher you were in a subject, the more units it took up. All the sciences took up 2 units. I did this:

    4Unit Maths (top), 3U English (I would have done 4 unit, but otherwise I would have had too much), 2U Physics, 2U Chemistry, 3U Latin (top), 2U Greek (top). I did 16 Units, the absolute max.

    That was a good spread I thought... but a geeky one too. I was going to do 4U English, but that would mean I would have to write whole novel! 3U Latin meant extension Latin, and I wanted to do extension Greek, but that would have put me over the limit.
  18. UltimateNagash

    UltimateNagash I am a glow worm...

    I would subscribe, I'm just at work ;)

    evolutions: your co-sub owner, but I'll 'de-own' any of you if you be nasty :p

    Anyway, I will reply properly to everything when Serebii stops being slow. But I will answer your question SP when it does so...
    And I chose Physics for A-Levels, and have just finished it for my A2s...
  19. The_Panda

    The_Panda 恭喜發財

    I love Physics ^^

    By the way, what is an A level etc?
  20. UltimateNagash

    UltimateNagash I am a glow worm...

    Optional British exams for 16-18 year olds still at school before you to go uni/college/work

    You took between 3 and 5 exams, with me choosing Maths, Physics, ICT and Geography in the fist year, and dropping Geography in the second...
    Last edited: Jun 30, 2007

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