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Good job man! As a mechanical engineering technology major, the part where you explain about the college professors is somewhat true. Also, can you react to Spider – Man 2's Dr. Octopus? More specifically, his mechanical tentacles, and his theory on fusion.
If you can't explain something, it's mean you don't understand is enough.
I think the flow of liquid is directly proportional to the radius cubed
young modulus? or modulus of elasticity. nothing? come on! 🙂 then again Civil Engineer here, oh electrical? got it.
Yes Sheldon didn't have to know that, but he is a genius, is science, so sure he would be familiarized with it.
Howard is a genius too.
Ooh ooh ooh I’m not even in stem but I know about the brachistochtome. Vsauce did a video about it with Adam Savage. (So did 3blue1brown.)
You're surprisingly on point with the teaching part. See, what many people don't understand is that in teaching knowing the subject material is one thing but imparting that knowledge is another skill altogether.
Generally, while an engineer would probably know more about something like steam engines or electrical circuits than us, but those of us with actual teacher training (even more so if they are veterans of the field) would have a better chance at imparting our knowledge and fixing whatever parts that a student is missing
I always argue that when it comes to professionalism, teachers are on par with engineers, doctors, and lawyers in terms of professional ability, except our specialization would of course be on education
Engineers are much smarter than Physicist? I'm sorry? They are just mere labours of the modern world! While physicists, are the real brains behind the labour.
3:42 You take that back
– Sheldon Lee Cooper
Eddie current…. I know what it is, dont know how it is spelled. And I think the name sounds like something else that I can't put my finger on. Sounds like a persons full name or something you add to a cake, but at the same time it does not.
Strange how words can wake feelings and connect to something physically different.
Theory as to why engineers and physicists have a rivalry.
They both study the art of mechanization…. only, one aims to build, and the other aims to deconstruct.
Bang on about STEM profs. Instead of teaching, my statics and dynamics prof basically copied the textbook, verbatim, on the board.
My cousin’s son studied theoretical physics. He decided that he wanted to see the results of his labor in his lifetime. After several computer programming jobs he now works for Google.
Flow rate depends on the diameter of a pipe could be related to aerospace engineering.
It seems to me that Howard knows about fluids because he has worked in the "plumbing" of the space station.
Aerospace engineers would care about air flowing through a pipe if they're trying to design an aircraft to fly at speeds greater than Mach 1 where air flow needs to be compressed enough to achieve efficient burn rates in the engines. Examples include the F-35, F-22, Ramjet rockets, Scramjet Rockets etc.
You kept questioning why Sheldon would need to know engineering. It’s not about that, so I think you missed the point.
Sheldon kept telling Howard that he wasn’t smart enough to take his physics class. Howard’s defense was that asking him questions regarding a topic he’s unfamiliar with doesn’t mean he’s not smart, and that he could do the same thing to Sheldon. Sheldon then said “try me” which is why Howard began asking him engineering questions to prove that Sheldon doesn’t know everything.
Sheldon is an egotistical know-it-all who is constantly putting others down and insisting that he is smarter than everyone else around him.
Aerospace engineers need to know about flyuid dynamic if they construct hydraulic systems or rocket engines
The what now?
4:07 your wrong
Sheldon supposedly knows everything
The brachistochrone problem was one of the earliest problems posed in the calculus of variations. Newton was challenged to solve the problem in 1696, and did so the very next day (Boyer and Merzbach 1991, p. 405). In fact, the solution, which is a segment of a cycloid, was found by Leibniz, L'Hospital, Newton, and the two Bernoullis. Johann Bernoulli solved the problem using the analogous one of considering the path of light refracted by transparent layers of varying density (Mach 1893, Gardner 1984, Courant and Robbins 1996).
4:07 ahhhh u take that back!!!!
You are cute.. how dare you
6:30 Young’s modulus is taught at the end of of pretty much every physics 1 class
Ive always though engineers we’re smarter since they are the ones that are actually applying the work that physicist do. So they have to have an understanding of what physicist are thinking and do their job as well
sheldon has an Eidetic memory.
– Sheldon can't even put back a fridge together.
– Sheldon can't even tell the name of an engine part.
– Barry Kripke, has been shown to be a better Physicist, than Sheldon, before Super Assymetry.
Sorry, man. You explained a few things well by I could not get passed the long finger nails. Lets just say I listened more than watched the video.
You know mechanical engineers and aerospace engineers must study some courses about fluid dynamics and that's why he new about that. The context of CFD is in major importance
Which episode is this?
Engineers are smarter than physicists. Because they can solve problems in everyday life as well. .-)
Actually ..i found out that after my higher secondary …i could answer Howard's questions ..
Really ?, you don't know young's modulus ? Ok for euler lagrange part I'm with you bro but you forgot young's modulus and Poiseuille law? These laws taught in school, not in university. I used to love them back then.
They’re comparing intelligence just cause they don’t use it doesn’t mean they don’t know and sheldons supposed to be one of the smartest ppl in the world (#1 according to him) so Howard is testing Him
Is it wierd that i am in humanities,but i know everything from those questions?
10000000% with the "STEM professors are below useless" it's so damn true. I'm working on being a math teacher (aka someone who's licensed to do what professors can't) and I swear the math professors were just scary at how smart they were but how garbage they taught their subject. I had one (head of the department) talking to a bunch of future math teachers say "oh you don't need this (analysis) if you wanna teach the slackers (in hs)) He should not be allowed to teach ANYBODY.
Also, can you explain why you'd use Feynman's trick instead of just using integration by parts? Seriously that's a simple ibp problem.
Howard is a mechanical engineer he probably studied fluid mechanics