The most important thing in the world.
To anyone who claims that physics is ugly, irrelevent, or that the world would be better off without it, who do you think invented the silicon chip? An arts student?
Without physics, you would not be reading urban dictionary online.
The effort to formulate phenomena mathematically in the hope of extending one's range of mastery over them.
He's studying physics.
A form of science for nerds, although a different kind of nerd then those that enjoy Dungeons & Dragons. Considered the peak of science by those who engage in it, considered total trash by those who don't. Physics majors and engineers are permanently at war over units.
Who's that nerdy mormon reading that book?
Oh, thats the local physics teacher.
It makes us all its bitches
Without physics humans could fly, but, alas, we are all its bitches
The most pwn-inest, awesomest, rape-sauciest, ball-punchinest, ass- kickinest class in high school, college, and life.
Can be used both in life, and in video games.
Physics = mc squared.
Games: That 'nade and that rag dollin' is so defyin' da laws of physics.
The Reason for Everything and Anything. Usually Why you Fall down all the time...That and you're an Idiot. Or maybe just Philosophy with a calculator and a large battery. Either way it is there.
"Say wanna go play with Physics?"
*dropping things off High places ensues*
An incredibly hard subject undertaken by highschool students who believe it will help them achieve great things in later life or, in many cases, to simply have something to brag about to their friends. However, it is often realised after two years of bashing one's own brains out with the incredibly thick textbook that accompanies the subject, that it really was not worth pulling those all-nighters just to fail the ridiculously hard tests.
Students often drop the subject after the sad realisation that they have the ability to calculate the centripetal force of their overall school grade as it circles the proverbial drain.
Physics stole my sanity.
(n): A discipline concerned with the physical sciences which seeks to explain the natural laws that surround us by way of inventing imprecise measuring techniques and devices, forcing computer science students into having to suffer through 5 credit hours of pure nonsense which will have no bearing on their goals or their future, minus the fact that physics really does play a part in daily life--albeit hidden in the shadows, not playing any part in earning the daily bread, and having nothing to do with algorithms or data structures. Anyone who believes this is an integral part of a computer science degree should go suck eggs.
"Chemistry and Physics make up the physical sciences." "Physics should play no part in a computer science degree." "Unless someone is a student of physics, introductory physics should be the most any computer science student should have to endure." "Physics is a punishing and traumatic event in the academic life of the computer scientist, even if they're a 4.0 (A) student." "I taught chemistry while earning my CS degree, so don't get me wrong, I simply have a distaste for physics because the lab instructor was determined to prove the law of conservation of pain--the herpes rash around his anus transferred into anal retentive atmosphere in his lab."