Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Perfect Timing for a Perfect Joke

We were in an engineering class and the instructor was talking about a simple equation concept:

V=IR (or something similarly easy to compute)

For instance, we might use a change in R with a known voltage and current to find, say, the temperature inside a nuclear reactor that we could not directly measure.

Chiefly, because it's like a 50,000 degree reaction and of course you can't measure that with anything in contact with the reaction.

I piped up immediately and said:

"Yeah, but it's a dry heat."
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