I think Ne-Fi sees all the interconnections and is very much drawn to the complexity in the science. We see the beauty, the poetry, the grace of how these things interconnect. However we may need to have a pretty well developed tertiary Te to pull off a science degree. Ti can come online but it needs a lot of excercise for mine to stay in shape. Ne shines like a rock star though.
When I took quantum mechanics, at a grad level, and it was all in Bra-Ket forms, it was so beautiful and abstract. Under the abstract notation, massive amounts of math were being twisted and turned, and problems solved but all buried into this simplistic formulation. It was like dancing.
Also when I see advanced math books, I dont want to do the math for use it for anything, but I do want to understand the connections and symbolism . I want to understand what the symbols mean and it becomes a challenge to me given my Ti deficeit.
Oh one more, laplace transforms, or just transforms in general were like a religious experience for me. The idea that you could modify the external coordinates, plant the whole problem in a new set of coordinates, solve it and then retunr to the original was effin awesome. (Im a little rusty if I described that wrong)
Coo-coo for coo-puffs.