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    PEST that STEPs on PETS stellar renegade's Avatar
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    This describes most of my involvement in the sciences:

    "I will kiss the girl from Venus
    Thou hast died and so will I!
    I will kiss the girl from Venus
    ...for science!!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post
    This describes most of my involvement in the sciences:

    "I will kiss the girl from Venus
    Thou hast died and so will I!
    I will kiss the girl from Venus
    ...for science!!"
    ...So, in other words, you are fully willing to act experimentally, so that science may observe your behavior, and develop explanations accordingly?

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    I think science relies on a good number of ISTJs. Because.. someone has to write all that shit down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engler View Post
    ...So, in other words, you are fully willing to act experimentally, so that science may observe your behavior, and develop explanations accordingly?

    I don't know, I just think the girl from Venus is pretty effin' hot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post
    I don't know, I just think the girl from Venus is pretty effin' hot.
    fascinating
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    I am an engineer, and most of my friends in college were ISTs (ISTPs mostly). At work, again, many IST (more ISTJs), but I've noticed that work has a higher contingent of NTs than at school...not sure if that means anything.

    In general, the technical fields are very diverse. They draw from basically every culture, and I'm sure every personality type.

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    There are plenty of Sensors in science/engineering/computers.

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    ^Yes, ygolo. ISTPs rule engineering. And every other person you run into in your typical biology or chemistry lab will be ISTJ. Or INT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    Most SJs were interested in Math (although few people voted).
    When I first look at this line, I was like... what? Then I realized that the meaning of "math" changes depending on what stage of the school system the person is in.

    High school:
    exponents and logs - fairly easy memorization stuff

    Post secondary:
    Calculus - getting harder - half memorization and half understanding
    linear algebra - a lot less memorization and a lot more understanding (subspace of kernel... what?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by deepthought View Post
    I always thought it was the NT's that were drawn to science.
    Precisely my reason for starting this thread.

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