Anyway, here's my result-
You should study dark matter!
You must get a thrill out of competition because many scientists predict dark matter could be on the brink of discovery, and the race is on to identify what it’s made of.
Five times as abundant as visible matter, dark matter comprises nearly 27 percent of all the energy in the universe. But scientists haven’t yet observed dark matter particles directly.
As a burgeoning dark matter expert, your interests might lie with weakly interacting massive particles (called WIMPs). WIMPs are popular dark matter candidates, and scientists have developed many types of experiments to look for them. But if you’re more the independent type, you might embark on a search for other dark matter candidates such as axions.
(I know some wimps already! hehehe :)