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Discussion in 'General Autism Discussion' started by Aspergers_Aspie, Nov 25, 2020.

  1. Aspergers_Aspie

    Aspergers_Aspie Well-Known Member

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    Wolfsage In training to be Wolf King.

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    If you see game over sign then. Yeah.;)

    Biology and geography for me.
     
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    Geography for me - I like all aspects of it - human/cultural geography, weather, and also earth/geology.

    I love going to natural history museums to look at their rock and mineral collections.

    Also, rocks are pretty safe... unless there's a mass wasting event and you're in the way.
     
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    Au Naturel Au Naturel

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    Cosmology.

     
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    Definitely biology, in particular just all of the cellular processes going on all day every day. And then specifically anything connected to molecular genetics (the protein and amino acid part is so complex yet refined and I marvel at it.)

    And on the more creative side: (because I'm arty) scientific illustration/natural history. I've been collecting vintage books of them recently, its surprising what you can pick up cheaply if you look in the right areas!