Hey folks, its been sometime since I've posted here so i thought i better drop by and see what you all have been discussing on the forum lately...Just got myself a macbook pro which is amazing! before all this was done on my smartphone. Its awesome to actually type instead of punching in the words on the phone and revising all of it.
Anyway, I'm a student at a local community college, almost here to my midterms and i noticed that the advising day is coming up, and will be here before i know it. Im sure all of you have some thoughts on this- Without giving you my life story in short my end goal as of now is to major in astroengineering, I'm far behind my math classes but am having no difficulty in completing the assignments as it all just makes common sense to me. But on the other note, I'm concern in my actual major. Ive wanted to do engineering since i was like 16, but as life changes so does a persons outlook. Basically, I'm stuck on, should i major in astrophysics or astroengineering? Im along way from getting anything besides a A.S. but it makes me feel a lot better to know where i can go and what ill be doing.
Astrophysics is interesting, but will i have fun with it? i also would like to design and model, and possibly even work with propulsion systems. Ive seen some UFO's, the reason behind me actually going back to school to eventually try to solve what I've seen. I honestly believe that with the experiences that I've had and some small scale research on this subject something is going on here with me and these E.T.'s (see former post of my UFO encounters) nonetheless it is real to me no matter what doctors or other people tell me.
At the end of the day its all a great cover up, before i ever saw a UFO i wanted to be an engineer, drugs got in the way and lead to me not caring, now I'm clean and sober and do care. So for my family's sake it looks like I'm continuing where i left off, but to me, I'm looking at it in a whole new light... maybe thats why i saw them in the first place...
anyway let me know what your guys opinion is, astroengineering, or astrophysics? Which best falls into the category of researching and making a spaceship? I'm pretty sure they are fairly closely related as far as subject fields go,and I'm sure on a major project you'd be working closely with a group of experts of both fields. I'll do a quick google search here, but thought this would be a good way to introduce myself back to the message board on my macbook