Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by mosslost, Apr 4, 2019.
WTF are you doing wasting your time on a football message board with us peons ???
Ah, Patricia's replacement is already in house.
Go ask the people on this board who actually have science PhDs! (paging @Palm Beach Pats Fan )
I pull all my PHD material from Chiefs Planet
I always thought your screen name was related to Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.
I have an EE PhD From Southampton UK, but my first love was always particle physics and it was a toss up whether to take EE or Physics when I left high school for Imperial College in London. My father was a Mech. Eng so the bias was there...
I had the opportunity to take many graduate semiconductor, particle Physics and Math classes in graduate school and they were fun - even the Gauge theory ones .
I eventually ended up as a Senior Fellow with Analog Devices in Boston so the EE choice turned out pretty well.
I wish there was a course in "NFL football". I'd take it in a heartbeat. I enjoy the game enormously, but even after all this time (I moved to Boston in 1981) the nuances escape me and I stand (or more usually, sit) in awe of patsfanken, Andy Johnson and others.
Just kidding.. It is quite good to know we have scientists in our midst..
need to find an awesome movie like that one for tonight. Fight Club classic
Let's have Palm Beach, Quantum and Miguel explain the cracks in the standard model to us this offseason.
Football isn't Rocket Science
Dammit, you could have had a little humility for the rest of us and simply said you weren't cut out for playing dark matter man.
That whole sequence -- starting with the bomb and going to the "Got a light?" black & white mini-movie, all the way through to the end when the frog-moth climbed into the mouth of [deleted for spoilers] was, in all seriousness, one of the most amazing (in a good way) things I have ever seen on television.
Standard Model = the rest of the NFL. Dark Matter and Dark Energy = Patriots
Oh God. @mosslost has taken over the Tom Brady twitter account
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