Advanced Fluids.

Last night I had my fluids class. I’m actually kind of enjoying it. It directly relates to my work at the Tool, and I find it pretty interesting. One thing I’ve learned is that I’m the only one who raises his hand when the teacher asks if people want to see something done.

Prof: “Does anyone need to see how to convert the units on this to meters squared per second squared?”

MIKE D’S ARM INSTANTLY FIRES INTO THE AIR! everyone else remains perfectly still.

Prof: “okay. well, first we take a Watt which is Joules per…..”

This means one of two things:

I’m the only one who has no idea what he’s doing
I’m the only one with absolutely no shame

Either way, I don’t really care. I’m getting something out of the class and that’s all I need to be concerned about. We’ll see if I’m still this positive about the class once a test is on the horizon.

2 thoughts on “Advanced Fluids.

  • 4/24/2007 at 11:47 am

    Cool. Keep the Advanced Fluids posts coming. I’m dying to know what I’m missing – and what I have to look forward to. (Damn those required courses!!)

  • 4/24/2007 at 12:19 pm

    don’t worry good friend! There will be plenty more Advanced Fluids discussions in the future.


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