2. the beauty of the universe is not limited to what is immediately visible to our eyes. Deep space objects, seen through the largest of telescopes, are candidates for some of the most beautiful things ever seen by human eyes. Who could not fail to be impressed by the wonderful Hubble photos of the Crab and Eagle nebulas, or the views of the outer planets and moons from space probes such as Voyager and Cassini?
2. For whatever reason, it fascinates me that all of these extraordinary events actually happened and that people passed down the stories over generations. Also, the evolution of languages amazes me with how small changes over time can lead to entirely new languages that are unintelligible with the language of their ancestors.
Joey and Cata are the only one who answered this thread rightly.
outer space is overrated.
eh as for me
1: medicine/human body 2: since it's one of the most important and noble things to know. imagine what you can do to help folk. Lack of good first response action has cost many lives. It should be taught in school frankly.
1- I'm currently university majoring in Biology and minoring in Astronomy.
2- Those have been topics that have fascinated me my whole life. I've always found space particularly fascinating, as it's truly humbling once we know the true scale and complexity of what lays beyond Earth. As for Biology, the reason I'm taking this is because my goal is to become a doctor. Specifically an ER Physician. If I can get my chemistry classes together, I should have no issue getting there. I just want to do good in the world, and help people, and be able to look back on my life and know that it had meaning.
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