I'm actually getting used to the high standards and workload. I'm working about 60 hours a week now, and spending 4 evenings per week on social activities, but you know what? I'm totally fine now. The stress I felt two weeks ago is almost completely gone. Perhaps it's use good time management and planning, together with accepting the fact that I have on average less that 30 min of free time per day. (not counting the social activities because they are tiring as well)
Measuring Newton's gravitation constant (G).
MAGNETS - Made out of a piece of cold neutron star that doesn't weigh as much as it should.
Hmmm, well, mathematics isn't uncommon this is true. Though actually, the number of universities offering my program isn't that large either; I'm doing a double major in math and physics, which although a common combination compared to other combinations, is still relatively rare.
What are you studying?
666, the devil! :)
Where are you working?