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Posted by Chris Duncan on September 11, 2002 19:45:12 UTC

I definitely want to be a physist. Theoretical Physist or Astrophysist, I am not sure. I love how intriguing blackholes are, but one day I would love to be known worldwide in the same presence as Einstien and Hawking(I like to aim REAL high). I wanted to someday work for NASA as an astronaut(REAL high, again), but a have astigmatism in my left eye, which I was told disqualifies me. Man, I would do just about anything to just do one EVA! To be in space has always, and will always, be a dream of mine. If I were lucky enough to be an astronaut, I would settle for way less than the other astronauts make a year. NASA's biggest payment to me would be the trip in space.

Enough of my rantings. I'll let you get back to more important things.

Warm Regards,


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