When I was a kid, I never thought one day I would become a physicist. But the truth is I don’t know which career will suit me either. So before college, my parents cut in and said “Let’s major physics first and make a choice latter.” Another choice didn’t happen.
It’s been a while since I got my bachelor degree. I still remember one professor in my college. Not for his marvelous exam style ( proposing any theory, comment or thought to solve problems in the test, no time limit or resource restriction), but for his class opening question: Have you decided your Epitaphs? It’s pretty odd and funny question, indeed.
Yet I become more and more serious about this question now. I keep thinking scientists nowadays are really do some thing meaningful or just enjoy themselves in a isolated community. Anyway, My code is that our human future should be determined by our scientist instead of engineers. Scientists have the version. And scientists should have the vision.