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Old August 18th 03, 04:07 PM
John Maxson
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'Diddly' Findley admits:

"I still remember most of what I learned in college,
but have little "real world" experience."

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John Thomas Maxson, Retired Engineer (Aerospace)
Author, The Betrayal of Mission 51-L (www.mission51l.com)



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Old August 18th 03, 06:46 PM
jeff findley
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"John Maxson" writes:

'Diddly' Findley admits:

"I still remember most of what I learned in college,
but have little "real world" experience."


I left off "in aerospace engineering." I'd have thought you would
have figured that out, given your ability to jump to conclusions from
what you believe to be omissions in data.

I have 13 years of experience writing engineering software. Ever
compute the von-Mises component of a complex stress tensor at a given
phase angle? I write code so engineers don't have to worry about
doing the math themselves.

Jeff
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