Saturday, March 29, 2008

So, fun story from Grad School:

During my "Mechanics of Composite Materials" class yesterday, we were discussing quasi-isotropic laminates, when the professor accidentally bumped a button which rotated the image of the notes (projected on the wall) by 90 degrees. We then pointed this out to him. His response?
Oh. See? My lecture is not isotropic - it is dependent on orientation!
Engineers everywhere will find this amusing. The rest of you will merely carry on with your lives a bit mystified.


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