I am currently sticking my interest in astrophysics, courtesy of the MIT open courses. I have no idea what I'm
getting into, but I need the challenge over my boring job.
Adam Morgan has become my envy. Here's a kid who is young enough to be my son, who's working in astronomy.
It's been forty years since I first became interested in astronomy, and here's someone who has made a career of it. Like
a gamma ray burst, I feel so envious, yet so thrilled that what I had orignially wanted to do can be done.
I just ordered two books on astrophysics. I intend to find out how it all works. I have only a boring job
of pushing papers for a living to accommodate me. However, I highly recommend Walter Lewin at MIT on You Tube for a
great look at physics from an astrophysicist!