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    Default NFs interested in science

    Are there any NFs here that like science? If so, which field of science interests you the most?

    I find areas in biology, chemistry, physics, and earth and space sciences very fascinating. In biology, I'm particularly interested in anatomy and physiology, genetics, botany, and evolution. Chemistry, I enjoy learning about biochemistry, organic chemistry. Physics, I like topics pertaining to wave and particle motion (i.e. sound, harmonic motion, electromagnetic spectrum), optics, and electrical circuits. Earth and space sciences, I like meteorology, astronomy, and plate tectonics.

    So what of the sciences did you find interesting in school?
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    As a child and teenager, science and math were my favorite subjects in school.

    I was most drawn to biology - specific topics that interested me were genetics, evolution, and ecology. Throw in natural history...learning about individual organisms, whether they be birds, flowers, etc, was also great. And birding was a main hobby of mine starting in junior high. I also subscribed to a few magazines related to these topics, and read some non-fiction books as well, during my free time. Still definitely enjoy all of these topics and love learning more about any of it.

    Outside of biology, in high-school level science, I enjoyed all of it - chemistry was great, as was earth science/geology, etc. Even physics was ok. However, once in college, I quickly learned I wasn't that into physics, and although I still found chemistry interesting, I wasn't super skilled at the coursework (getting into organic)...I couldn't ever achieve higher than a B. Which frustrated me. LOVED math (calculus) courses in college, though.
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    I have an amateur interest in astronomy, physics, relativity, particle theory, and quantum mechanics.

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    ^^Yup, what you peeps have said. Science stuff makes my eyes sparkle, occasionally.

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    My INFP friend loves computer science.
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    I enjoy learning about useful plants, which I guess is a branch of botany.
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    If you cheat during an organic chemistry test, is it called carbon copying?

    My science classes were always amongst my favorites. My dislike for repetitive math always held me back, but the concepts always fascinated me.

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    I love science! I have a big thing for biology as a whole, genetics in particular. I love anatomy and physiology, anything that deals with the human brain, pathology, chemistry, astronomy, and quantum physics really interests me. Maybe I'll think of more later.
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