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Old Dec 12 2007, 01:45 PM   #11

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Default Re: Wansor's equations

It's advanced materials- half of which is glass and polymers, the other half is on SAXS and NMR techniques.

Don't mention hitting a tennis ball. I did a project on that in my second year!

I suppose it's the difference between Norist, Morrilton and Wansor. Norist is a craftsman, just using eye and old recipes, Morrilton's an experimenter/engineer, using theoretical knowledge to improve his glass, while Wansor's an experimenter/theoretician. He can make experiments but he also wants to know why. He's the one who needs to know the equations on how to hit the tennis ball .
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