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As far as enjoying physics in and out of the classroom I have always been an avid gamer. I play a wide variety of games from intense fast paced FPS' like Quake to a simple farming game such as Harvest Moon. The way physics applies to these games are though Physics engines such as the Nvidia physics engine that allows for things such as destructible terrain, falling buildings/ objects and overall better detail to the environment. I'm taking physics because i have always been interested in how things work in our world daily. for this year i'm excited about the labs, they may be confusing but that's the fun part. I'm anxious that there will be a topic that i won't understand until it's to late


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