Yes, by comparison, rocket science is comparatively easy. It's mostly plug-and-chug mathematics, but very little in the way of creativity unless someone's trying to do something significantly different.
Originally Posted by Tom1956
Photochemistry...every chemical added adds a possibility of unintended interactions... think of the growth rate of the permutation function P(x,y) and the combination function C(x,y) as x and grow. So to minimize a side-effect.. you can add another chemical.. oops, now you've just increased x yet again.. or figure out some other way to shunt the effects of the side effect to a negligible amount.
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