It's easy to hate a political group, but once you can find frustration in an obscure facet of theoretical neuroscience, you'll have a whole new meaning for the word "hate" - you'll understand what it means to strongly dislike doing something but wanting to do it anyway.
The great thing though, is that many everyday solutions are born from frustrations with the present, and in today's world, hating things (in a good and bad way) becomes so much easier. More importantly, it's easier to find people who agree. Even in the most obscure of subject matters, technology can bring together
I hypothesise that it's when two evil genius loners connect (by cooperation or competition), that magic happens.
So do your thing, and once you've attained mastery, find someone to hate along with you. Let's get to hating.