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    hello

    just wanted to welcome myself, really din't want to start a new thread perhaps i ran over the "welcome yourself" thred couldn't find one, anyhow my name's glen and i'm physics major in college recently took a like to hvac.

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    Welcome, what branch of physics are you studing?

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    Welcome Glenn. Where are you from?

    Morning Tiger.

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    I'm studying Drag physics, I'm from Delfshaven, Netherlands but live in Florida now. I also study nuclear physics, witch is of no use in the HVAC world. Minor is applied science.

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    the nuclear reaction must be cooled or the heat transferred somehow (unless for a weapon)....the principals of HVAC can be applied there.

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    When you say "drag physics," are you speaking of aerodynamic drag?
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    Drag physics??

    Or how to properly wear women's clothes.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me! ©

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    Dice knows alot about drag


    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Diceman^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    When you say "drag physics," are you speaking of aerodynamic drag?
    Correct, just slang.

    EDIT:
    I'm not from too strange of a place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn Rudge View Post
    Correct, just slang.

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    I'm not from too strange of a place.
    Does that mean just a moderately strange place not an extreamly (too) strange place ? JK
    If sense were so common everyone would have it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn Rudge View Post
    Correct, just slang.

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    I'm not from too strange of a place.
    We have and old friend from Endoven around here somewhere!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn Rudge View Post
    Correct, just slang.

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    I'm not from too strange of a place.
    Are you taking flight instruction somewhere in Florida?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowirenut View Post
    the nuclear reaction must be cooled or the heat transferred somehow (unless for a weapon)....the principals of HVAC can be applied there.
    There are some properties that can be applied, but nuclear physics is a bit more exstream. I'd say.

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