Physicists in dance

discot tvrobertson at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 8 08:28:59 EST 2004

Max <gazelle-81 at lycos.de> wrote in message news:<20040526181040.5d0efd2f.gazelle-81 at lycos.de>...
> Scaringly many dancers are scientists or even physicists!
> Anyone got an idea why?
> Max

My observation, based largely on myself (Ph.D. engineer), is that the
focus and analytical capabilities required to pursue
science/engineering, etc., are often accompanied (aided and abetted?)
by social uncertainty/discomfort. There's an analytical/pattern side
of dance that provides a good way in, for many of us, into rewarding
social interaction.

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