Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Physicist"

The meaning of "Physicist" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does A physicist can't allow his calculations to be muddled by a belief in a supernatural creator. in this sentence, what is mean "muddled"? mean?
A: "muddled" here means to confuse

Synonyms of "Physicist" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between physicist and physician ?
A: A physicist is someone who works in the field of Physics, the science.

A physician is another word for a doctor (someone who practices medicine), usually used in the USA. We don't generally use the word physician for a doctor in the UK.

Translations of "Physicist"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "physicist's"
A: Physicists

Other questions about "Physicist"

Q: Who are physicists? They are people who have helped us understand how the universe works, from the behavior of particles to the movement of planets, develop new technology through their discoveries and answer questions like where do we come from? And why are we here? I really admire them due to their dedication to research not only on what I have just mentioned but also on new ways to protect the environment and improve the quality of human life.
Physics is one of the most important sciences because it studies the behavior of bodies, light, waves, stars, electromagnetism, energy, and many other things. Being a physicist requires, in addition to intelligence, creativity, persistence and hard work.
I also admire physicists because they usually have difficulties with their theories or ideas and they overcome them. For example, Galileo Galilei was an astronomer who supported Heliocentrism, which means that the Earth and planets revolve around the sun, he was so sure about his theory that he defended it and stood against Geocentrism without caring about the Catholic church’s beliefs. For that reason, he was sentenced to life imprisonment even though he was right. Luckily, his model is proven now.
I think physicists are amazing and should be respected and recognized by everyone, these experts have contributed to the comprehension of what surrounds us and to the advancement of applied science.




does this sound natural?
A: Who are physicists? They are THE people who have helped us understand how the universe works, from the behavior of particles to the movement of planets. New technologIES HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED through their discoveries and THEY answer questions SUCH AS: Where do we come from? Why are we here? I really admire them due to their dedication to research not only on what I have just mentioned but also on new ways to protect the environment and improve the quality of human life.
Physics is one of the most important sciences because it studies the behavior of bodies, light, waves, stars, electromagnetism, energy, and many other things. IN ADDITION TO intelligence, being a physicist requires creativity, persistence and hard work.
I also admire physicists because they OFTEN have difficulties with their theories or ideas and they overcome them. For example, Galileo Galilei was an astronomer who supported Heliocentrism, which means that the Earth and planets revolve around the sun. HE was so sure about his theory that he defended it and stood against Geocentrism, DISREGARDING the Catholic church’s beliefs. For that reason, he was sentenced to life imprisonment even though he was right. Luckily, his model is proven now.
I think physicists are amazing and should be respected and recognized by everyone. These experts have contributed to the comprehension of what surrounds us and to the advancement of applied science.
Q: Be a physicist is not easy at all, many physicists have had difficulties along the time because their ideas were not accepted by others scientists, the Catholic religion or just their thoughts were considered stupid. For example, Galileo Galilei was an astronomer who supported Heliocentrism that means the Earth and planets revolve around the sun, he was completely sure about that theory so he defended it and stood against Geocentrism without caring Catholic Church´s beliefs. For that reason, he was sentenced by it. does this sound natural?
A: Very close! I would try this:

“Being a physicist is not easy at all. Many physicists have had difficulties during their time, either because their ideas were not accepted by other scientists, or the Catholic religion considered them stupid. For example, Galileo Galilei was an astronomer who supported Heliocentricism, which means that the earth and planets revolve around the sun. He was so sure about his theory that he defended it and stood against Geocentrism without caring about the Catholic Church’s beliefs. For that reason, he was then sentenced by the Church.” (Replace “it” with “the Church” so the reader knows what subject you mean)

I hope that helps!!
Q: Please show me how to pronounce physicist.
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Q: I work as a physicist at X university, but I also do some computer work on the side.

or

I work as a physicist at X university, but I also moonlight on the side. does this sound natural?
A: moonlight and on_the_side have the same meaning. one expresses it as a verb, and the other as an adverbial phrase. use one or the other.

"....but I also moonlight doing computer work."

"....but I also moonlight as a computer technician."

I prefer the second one since it is similar to the first part of your sentence.

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