So this year in college I took both general physics and general chemistry. I know there's a shit ton more of both subjects than what's taught in the intro classes but its enough for now. Now, I haven't taken either of them since 10th and 11th grade (5 and 6 years ago), and really, I wasn't giving a shit about high school science classes. But now, maybe it's the weed smoking, maybe its the few times I've done acid and mushrooms but it's so crazy and cool. Everything that exists, you, the computer in front of you, the food you eat, the air your breathe, the planet you live on, the billions of stars in the sky. All of those things solely exist and continue to exist simply because of two things: physics and chemistry. We're going to keep discovering more and more but what we basically know now is what it is. The basics I mean. Almost 500 years ago, Galileo and Newton figured out how the universe works. What they discovered are laws of the universe that have always existed and will continue to exist forever, no matter what. Then chemistry, we have discovered the inner world of EVERYTHING. Every single piece of everything is exactly the same. Think about that, its ridiculous, EXACTLY the same, just different amounts of the same things (protons, neutrons, electrons), which in essence are all the same things anyways (quarks). We will keep discovering deeper and deeper into these two subjects but at the end of the day, it all still comes down to physics and chemistry. I don't know, is it me, or is this stuff crazy to think about?