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    Which of the sciences do you think is the most interesting, and not because it is easy either i want a challenge in learning this but is so intriguing it's worth it.
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    I like them all. There was a time when I thought physics was the most interesting, and later I was on something of an economics kick. They are all pretty interesting though. It really depends on what I'm in the mood to learn about.
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    I also like them all. But, right now, my favorite is physics. I made a thread before asking what people's favorite science was, but it looks like you are trying to select for yourself what you want to learn.

    I suggest you aim a (re)learning High School and College Freshman Year versions of all the sciences. It will give you a broad swath of knowledge. Actually, you just inspired me to do the same thing.

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    For research: chemistry

    For fun: physics/astronomy
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    Exo-planets, theoretical physics...
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    Genetics\Epigenetics
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    Astronomy, specifically TNO's, GRB's, Pulsars, etc.
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    Whenever I think there is one particular specialized field that is most interesting, I end up being drawn into another. They are all related anyway I suppose. Tend to enjoy neuroscience the most currently.

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    Anthropology and Forensics.

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