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What is the most useful branch of science?
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Author:  AstaTheBroken [ Nov 1st, '14, 18:36 ]
Post subject:  Re: What is the most useful branch of science?

Agito wrote:
If you look at it practically, it should be physics, unless you consider math a science.

My chem prof had a good pictogram comic thing of this

Its like :

math >>>>>physics>chem>bio>psych

Psych is applied biology, bio is applied chem, chem is applied physics, and physics is applied math . aka math rules the world haha.

I like that.

I'm not sure which is the most useful branch. The stuff I'm interested in the most are the useLESS branches of science (astronomy and paleontology). Stars and dinosaurs, of no benefit to humanity except keeping kids interested in science long enough to go to college and become scientists.

Hmm, maybe they ARE kind of useful after all! :qt:

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