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#216 - Let me explain my university: South Dakota School of …  [+] (1 new reply) 11/22/2014 on serious questions 0
User avatar #217 - thechosentroll (11/22/2014) [-]
Well, my education's so cheap it can be payed off by working minimal wage for a year, so I guess it has one hell of a return on investments. Also, I guess comparing ourselves may not be the best idea, since I'm going with Computer Science and Technology, which is an engineering degree that doubles as a minor IT degree. We're aiming for completely different fields here.
#8 - At first I thought this was going to be a legitimate point. …  [+] (1 new reply) 11/21/2014 on Teaching old dogs new tricks. 0
User avatar #9 - duckwith (11/21/2014) [-]
well I am sorry for being stupid
#195 - What ******* school do you go to? This sounds lik…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/21/2014 on serious questions 0
User avatar #215 - thechosentroll (11/22/2014) [-]
Engineering university and in order to explain it, I'll have to explain how our goddamn education system works. OK, firstly, I'm from Bulgaria - small third world country in east Urop. Right above Greece. Though few people would like to admit it, our specialists, especially in the fields of medicine and engineering, are highly sought after. The famous "german engineering" is currently fueled by bulgarian and polish engineers working in german facilities. Anyway, the reason they're sought after is because our university education is fundamentally different from that in west Urop. To put it simply, if a german engineering student has to learn about wiring, they have a course about wiring, the different kinds of wires, which ones are better for what situations and so on. A bulgarian engineering student first has to spend an entire course learning about how exactly conductivity and polarization work on an atomic level, how they're influenced by different factors, be it internal or external, how to calculate the minute voltage differences which naturally occur when soldering wires made of different materials, how that would affect the overall conductivity of the system and so on and so on. Basically, we focus a hell of a lot more on theory. Half the shit we study isn't directly applicable in practice, so western universities deem it unnecessary and skip it alltogether. Since we focus so much on theory, the practical stuff gets pushed back to the last two years of university. Also, it's hard as fuck. My degree has an 80+% drop-out rate. Shit's crazy. However, if you survive this little field trip through Hell and graduate, you not only have the practical skills that are required to do your job, you also have an intricate knowledge on how everything works and why it works, so you're about to do it far more efficiently. All of this seems completely pointless to people who aren't in this system, but I kind of like it.
User avatar #216 - quesocnkane (11/22/2014) [-]
Let me explain my university:

South Dakota School of Mines and Technology

We only study applicable fields of applied science, and science. That's it. We have some of the best paying starting salaries in the U S of FUCKING A, we have one of the best return on investments, are are *worldwide* known to produce some of the best engineers.

Also: don't dress up what youre trying to say by using big words to sound smart. Don't think I don't know what its like to have a hard fucking field of study. the ME program here is nothing short of fucking hard.
User avatar #217 - thechosentroll (11/22/2014) [-]
Well, my education's so cheap it can be payed off by working minimal wage for a year, so I guess it has one hell of a return on investments. Also, I guess comparing ourselves may not be the best idea, since I'm going with Computer Science and Technology, which is an engineering degree that doubles as a minor IT degree. We're aiming for completely different fields here.
#192 - >Freshman engineering student >Still doesn't underst…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/21/2014 on serious questions 0
User avatar #193 - thechosentroll (11/21/2014) [-]
Actually, I wasn't using any theorems, just common fucking sense. Then again, I guess it makes sense that I'd be wrong considering half my professors started the year with "Please don't argue with us, because you can't see the logic in this. You'll get it in time. Sometime around year 4, you'll finally get what we mean.".
User avatar #195 - quesocnkane (11/21/2014) [-]
What fucking school do you go to? This sounds like an awful engineering school.
User avatar #215 - thechosentroll (11/22/2014) [-]
Engineering university and in order to explain it, I'll have to explain how our goddamn education system works. OK, firstly, I'm from Bulgaria - small third world country in east Urop. Right above Greece. Though few people would like to admit it, our specialists, especially in the fields of medicine and engineering, are highly sought after. The famous "german engineering" is currently fueled by bulgarian and polish engineers working in german facilities. Anyway, the reason they're sought after is because our university education is fundamentally different from that in west Urop. To put it simply, if a german engineering student has to learn about wiring, they have a course about wiring, the different kinds of wires, which ones are better for what situations and so on. A bulgarian engineering student first has to spend an entire course learning about how exactly conductivity and polarization work on an atomic level, how they're influenced by different factors, be it internal or external, how to calculate the minute voltage differences which naturally occur when soldering wires made of different materials, how that would affect the overall conductivity of the system and so on and so on. Basically, we focus a hell of a lot more on theory. Half the shit we study isn't directly applicable in practice, so western universities deem it unnecessary and skip it alltogether. Since we focus so much on theory, the practical stuff gets pushed back to the last two years of university. Also, it's hard as fuck. My degree has an 80+% drop-out rate. Shit's crazy. However, if you survive this little field trip through Hell and graduate, you not only have the practical skills that are required to do your job, you also have an intricate knowledge on how everything works and why it works, so you're about to do it far more efficiently. All of this seems completely pointless to people who aren't in this system, but I kind of like it.
User avatar #216 - quesocnkane (11/22/2014) [-]
Let me explain my university:

South Dakota School of Mines and Technology

We only study applicable fields of applied science, and science. That's it. We have some of the best paying starting salaries in the U S of FUCKING A, we have one of the best return on investments, are are *worldwide* known to produce some of the best engineers.

Also: don't dress up what youre trying to say by using big words to sound smart. Don't think I don't know what its like to have a hard fucking field of study. the ME program here is nothing short of fucking hard.
User avatar #217 - thechosentroll (11/22/2014) [-]
Well, my education's so cheap it can be payed off by working minimal wage for a year, so I guess it has one hell of a return on investments. Also, I guess comparing ourselves may not be the best idea, since I'm going with Computer Science and Technology, which is an engineering degree that doubles as a minor IT degree. We're aiming for completely different fields here.
#26 - I am also an engineering student. And I don't think I'd let yo…  [+] (8 new replies) 11/20/2014 on serious questions +7
User avatar #187 - thechosentroll (11/21/2014) [-]
Also, I'm a freshman. I just use the "trust me, I'm en engineering student" thing to discourage the little sperglords, who think they know everything, but making it seem like I have any credibility. In reality, I have none, but it still lessens the amount of bullshit I have to read. You know, fight bullshit with bullshit.
User avatar #185 - thechosentroll (11/21/2014) [-]
You dipshits are looking too much into this. OK, I'll try to explain it in a simpler way.
Day 1 is 10 degrees.
Day 2 is 0 degrees.
Therefore, day 2 is 10 degrees colder relative to day 1.
If day 3 is going to be twice colder, it means it's going to be 2*10 degrees colder relative to day 1. 10-20=-10. I'm not trying to divide by fucking 0, like some comments said, I'm simply stating that if you know what the temperature was the day before, it's easy as fuck to determine what "twice colder" means.

Alternatively, it could be twice as cold relative to Day 2, in which case it'll be -20, but it doesn't matter, since I'm not going for an exact temperature, just claiming it's possible to determine it.
User avatar #192 - quesocnkane (11/21/2014) [-]
>Freshman engineering student
>Still doesn't understand "twice as cold" a.k.a. "half as much heat"
>Trying to convince a senior ME how to determine this

Ok kid.

1. You aren't even close. Whatever theorum youre basing this off of is total bullshit. You aren't stating anything correctly. Whatever your Calc I professor told you, youre reciting it wrong.
2. This isn't about "relativity to the previous day." That isn't how this works. You only need to take into account the previous, or next day in order to determine the trend to extrapolate data out to lets say the nth day.

Come back and comment on this in 2 years when you have more credibility.
User avatar #193 - thechosentroll (11/21/2014) [-]
Actually, I wasn't using any theorems, just common fucking sense. Then again, I guess it makes sense that I'd be wrong considering half my professors started the year with "Please don't argue with us, because you can't see the logic in this. You'll get it in time. Sometime around year 4, you'll finally get what we mean.".
User avatar #195 - quesocnkane (11/21/2014) [-]
What fucking school do you go to? This sounds like an awful engineering school.
User avatar #215 - thechosentroll (11/22/2014) [-]
Engineering university and in order to explain it, I'll have to explain how our goddamn education system works. OK, firstly, I'm from Bulgaria - small third world country in east Urop. Right above Greece. Though few people would like to admit it, our specialists, especially in the fields of medicine and engineering, are highly sought after. The famous "german engineering" is currently fueled by bulgarian and polish engineers working in german facilities. Anyway, the reason they're sought after is because our university education is fundamentally different from that in west Urop. To put it simply, if a german engineering student has to learn about wiring, they have a course about wiring, the different kinds of wires, which ones are better for what situations and so on. A bulgarian engineering student first has to spend an entire course learning about how exactly conductivity and polarization work on an atomic level, how they're influenced by different factors, be it internal or external, how to calculate the minute voltage differences which naturally occur when soldering wires made of different materials, how that would affect the overall conductivity of the system and so on and so on. Basically, we focus a hell of a lot more on theory. Half the shit we study isn't directly applicable in practice, so western universities deem it unnecessary and skip it alltogether. Since we focus so much on theory, the practical stuff gets pushed back to the last two years of university. Also, it's hard as fuck. My degree has an 80+% drop-out rate. Shit's crazy. However, if you survive this little field trip through Hell and graduate, you not only have the practical skills that are required to do your job, you also have an intricate knowledge on how everything works and why it works, so you're about to do it far more efficiently. All of this seems completely pointless to people who aren't in this system, but I kind of like it.
User avatar #216 - quesocnkane (11/22/2014) [-]
Let me explain my university:

South Dakota School of Mines and Technology

We only study applicable fields of applied science, and science. That's it. We have some of the best paying starting salaries in the U S of FUCKING A, we have one of the best return on investments, are are *worldwide* known to produce some of the best engineers.

Also: don't dress up what youre trying to say by using big words to sound smart. Don't think I don't know what its like to have a hard fucking field of study. the ME program here is nothing short of fucking hard.
User avatar #217 - thechosentroll (11/22/2014) [-]
Well, my education's so cheap it can be payed off by working minimal wage for a year, so I guess it has one hell of a return on investments. Also, I guess comparing ourselves may not be the best idea, since I'm going with Computer Science and Technology, which is an engineering degree that doubles as a minor IT degree. We're aiming for completely different fields here.
#2214 - I'm building a racecar! 11/19/2014 on what do you look like? +1
#7325 - You should try getting good at it! It is the most fun thing I'… 11/18/2014 on /cars/ 0
#7322 - Anyone else drift here? I'm running a 1990 Mustang GT…  [+] (7 new replies) 11/17/2014 on /cars/ +1
#7384 - xenotime (11/18/2014) [-]
>NOS upgrade
>pics or gtfo
#7382 - nazo (11/18/2014) [-]
I tried drifting once with a VW Polo
MFW
User avatar #7332 - Rei (11/18/2014) [-]
Only whenever I loose grip in the wet.
#7330 - apurpleliger (11/18/2014) [-]
I don't but I'd love to see some pictures or videos of you drifting if you have them
User avatar #7326 - shedinja (11/18/2014) [-]
Post pics
User avatar #7324 - multiplegermans (11/18/2014) [-]
I drift on accident because I need new tires and my car doesn't like the rain
User avatar #7325 - quesocnkane (11/18/2014) [-]
You should try getting good at it! It is the most fun thing I've ever done.
#108 - This isn't MIG welding. This is is TIG welding. For a… 11/12/2014 on Is porn allowed on funnyjunk? +2
#85 - Mine motor's got a new cam, GP valves, heavier springs, custom…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/02/2014 on Corvette, the american... 0
User avatar #87 - bensho (11/03/2014) [-]
THANK YOU for doing tires and wheels last. You're what this world needs more of.

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