Physics: The Final Frontier

Photo edit of blackboard filed with physics problem with a man whose mind is set on exploring the universe.

I used to look down upon my feet but now, my eyes are set to the stars. Explorers searched the known world across the history of mankind, hoping to find a new place in such a limited planet.

It did not take long for me and other dreamers to search the stars for new worlds, allowing the cosmos to become our teacher. From the view of our ancestors, the final frontier of exploration was discovering new worlds on this planet with the aim to find a new place to call home.

Today, scientists across the globe and those who wish to become these newfound explorers, such as I, have realized what truly is the final frontier. Uncovering the secrets of the subatomic world, grasping the knowledge of the colossal parts of our universe and all space in between is what we now call the final frontier.

Through my eyes, physics is not filled with the so-called nerds but with explorers who use mathematics as their guide to the treasure that awaits tomorrow.

They challenge the rules that govern our being in the world, testing their impacts and their true meaning. The final frontier is without a doubt in my mind is the wonders of physics and the mysteries that lie beyond.

"Look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see, and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious."
-Steve Hawking
United States of America