You are not going to “fully master” physics before you graduate high school.


:rolleyes: You know what I mean. No one, even Einstein fully mastered physics… I mean learn as much as I can to the fullest extent of current knowledge.

If there’s one thing I’ve learned about learning, it’s that striving to be done learning something by a set time is a bad goal.

The mysteries of the world around us are never-ending, infinite, always growing. Your education should reflect this, not be a means to an end.

You have your whole life to learn. Use every minute of it, now, and 50 years from now.

It’s February 10. Your scores are in.


$@#$@#$@#$@#. $@#$@#$@#$@#.
CR: 570
M: 680
Essay: 8

Total: 1850… Let me go cry in a corner

You’re not going to learn the extent of the current human knowledge of physics before you leave high school.

I realized that as soon as I started reading the Feynman Lectures. :o