I love doing physics; I decided to make theoretical physics my career because I enjoy applied mathematics and am intrigued by the idea that it can be used to predict the detailed behavior of the objects in the world around us, from the carts rolling on tracks in our Phys 2111 labs down to the electrons in atoms and the quarks and gluons inside the nucleon. It is fun and challenging to try to understand the laws which tell us how the universe works and to try to impart some of the beauty and utility of this subject to students. No foolin'.
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