...... What would you like to study for your lessons?
lol >> I can understand that. :)
I resist because DS is having issues with mom doing EVERYTHING he does. He is starting to want some things for himself.
You should go right ahead and delve in! Why resist?
Languages...I really enjoy learning them. I studies Spanish with DS1 for a few years.
The younger two are learning ASL and I've been studying on my own to teach them.
DS1 just started learning Japanese and I am trying to resist jumping into that as well.
I tried to learn the flute once upon a time. I could never get the hang of it. :)
For me, flute performance. For my daughter, she has had a few years of piano and is starting flute. I'd include more theory. I'm not sure she is THAT into it to make it a focus of our day. She'd rather have her day focused on writing.
The question could go either direction, actually.
What type of music, anything in particular?
I'm not sure what you mean by the question. Do you mean what do I want to study with my daughter? or just for my own learning? I'm constantly studying subjects that catch my interest.
If I could study something in depth with my daughter, ignoring other subjects without getting behind, it would be music. I actually was planning to go back to college to study it when I found out I was pregnant with my daughter 10 years ago. LOL
Well, at least my 20yo is studying music in college. Vicariously I can enjoy it. LOL
Really? How so? I haven't heard that. I read about Lebed challenging whether e=mc^2 works in space back in January, where he said that gravitational mass may not always equal inertial mass. But I haven't heard any other counterarguments for e=mc^2.
Oh, I'm sorry. I should have put that in my post. It is his theory of E=MC squared. His theory just doesn't work out when applied to quantum math.
They really are interesting. Honestly, it's what I do with most of my free time lol-- read up on random topics from .edu sites, studies, and articles. I figure that I should never stagnate in my lifelong education.
Which Einstein theory do you mean? Einstein definitely didn't agree that the Heisenburg uncertainty principle was an integral part of physics (surprise, thank you quantum!), but I'm not sure which of his theories you're referring to as being thrown out.
Oooooooooohh >> Those are so deep! And quite informational too I might add. :) Did you know that in Quantum math, the Einstein thoery is thrown out?
Quantum mechanics! It's SO fascinating :) Or immunology. I've been reading quite a bit about that lately.