What's a fun field to study and write bachelor's thesis in Physics?
OP here.For those who actually open my thread, please help me out.so I studied physics for 2 years. And then I lost my spark. It just wasn't fun and interesting anymore. It was around the time I actually tried working in the field. Pic related, I worked in laboratory who would study Xray absorption spectroscopy using reverse monte carlo thingy. The idea of doing science was fun, but sitting in front of computer 9-5 was not fun. Anyone been in similar situation where you just lost your passion for doing science? How do I get back on track
>>10718568>>10718573>It just wasn't fun and interesting anymoreall of the physics?there must be something which still fascinates you, read around a bit, expand your boundaries, you will find what you seek.or you can do the exact opposite, delve into the very specific and you'll find endless unsolved problems and complications.
>>10718573Sounds like you fell for the "I FUCKING LOVE SCIENCE" shit without any grasp of what science entails. Even the LHC guys are mostly just crunching numbers in front of a computer; this is not unique to spectroscopy. You got owned epic style.