I'm a second year business student at university in Australia. I ended up doing what I dislike, which is a shame. However, this doesn't bother me, my interests can be fulfilled more efficiently through independent research. My main and only interests include physics, philosophy, and all branches of parapsychological research. All these interests do not titilate me in themselves, they are mainly systemic of my goal of arriving at an ontic framework that fits the data - one arrived at without insulting the tenets put forward by logicians and epistemic philosophers. This daunting goal that will surely test my ability to apply induction and deduction without influence from cognitive dissonance is one that I hope to achieve in the next few years. At this point in time, it is taking preference over all other areas of my life. If I am not able to reach an ontology consistent with the data due to reasons that may include a lack of research in an area, or an internal struggle with the dichotomy of speculation and conclusion; my search through the data and the limits of applied logic will continue to dominate my life.
In response to the question "Why do you care so much?", the only retort I can muster is "How can you not care as much as I do?".