>Year of Our Lord 2016
>You still don't have an Astrophysics degree
Why? Because you want to be an engineer? Wrench monkey? Hate clear night sky, advanced optics, mysteries of the stars?
Because Astrophysics is boring. It's far more interesting to create something new than to simply observe nature.
The fact that you had to bring engineering into discussion of your supposed passion shows that deep down below all your layers of insecurities you know it's true.
>implying you will create something new
best you can hope for is to be a labrat and brag about footwork you've done.
engineering is the most memetic of sciences, for those rugged types who think that grabbing a wrench is somehow more passionate than operating delicate equipment.
I've already created something new faggot. Something useful being commissioned right now that will outlive both of us and our shitposting.
As an astrophysics major that is literally the best possible outcome YOU could wish for. Not that I expect a reddit browsing high-schooler to understand how STEM works.
>operating delicate equipment.
I'd much rather design the equipment than operate it like the cog you are.
>B-but physics major can make equipment too!
Not according to the consumer protection act, you can't.
>Not according to the consumer protection act, you can't.
1.) Where (and in what country) in the consumer protection act is this stated? (if the US, please give article, section and clause since I have tried looking and can't find it in the consumer protection act)
2.) A lot of physics equipment is custom built by/for the lab using it.