Sorry Friends, I’ve been away for so long without so much as a howdy-doo.
This semester was a bit of a curmudgeon, taking 17 Engineering Credits was not a good idea while piling on research and projects. Well, I’m back for the holidays, and boy, do I have some interesting things to share, so buckle up for the next few weeks, we’ll go for a nice ride!
#YOLT - You Only Live Twice
I did some rewiring on the Queen Mary today. Because some of the wires were corroded, this led to the wire rotting and overheating. In turn, this stopped my fans from functioning (And that’s NEVER a good thing.) So I rewired the fans, headlamps and other items stashed under the fuse box. And if you noticed, that’s not the Standard Jag inline 6 or V12, it’s actually a 1988 Camaro V8 that the original owner swapped in after the old one blew it’s master cylinder along with a Turbo-Hydramatic 700 Transmission.
Sorry but I just have to let this out:
GOSH DARN IT, BANNANA-RAMMA, JIM-JAM, FIDDLESTICKS! The Integrated circuit was first used in 1962 on the Minuteman Missile, and highly popularized in 1968 on the Saturn V, so why does an automobile built 15 years in the future still use relays? The old fuel injection system used IC’s, but this doesn’t. BAAAH. At least they could have made it organized.
(Directors Note: No Jaguars were harmed in this series of photos, I love her too much)
When Flying, Please dress appropriately. I see plenty of people in the airport that dress like they are going to work in a coal mine or on their automobile, some even dress in Pajamas!
It’s not everyday that one uses a pressure differential to exceed the force of gravity to lift several hundred thousand pounds flying at half or just under Mach to get you to your destination.
So the next time you fly, please don’t treat it as an everyday occurrence, because it’s more interesting and beautiful than that.
Post Scriptum: Please thank your Pilots and Stewardesses.
About the Founder
Current President and Founder
The Founder of Nuclear Gearing and the current President of the Enterprise, began with ambitions in 1952 for creating a more advantageous approach to power generation. His Expedition into the field started after he witnessed th‹ÕãÓGgÊ¨/¿|pvúÇ?ü¬lñÚæ¬RLº¤¨¼-Ú˜¤–
This blog is about the things I do and people I enjoy to follow. I’m an Aerospace Engineering student, a Percussionist, A fan of anything old, a Do It Yourself-er, a Cartoon Enthusiast, A classic Car Owner/Enthusiast, A Pilot, and a whole bunch of other things I can not remember (at the moment). I realized that keeping track of my Travels over the internet and Day to Day operations would be easier if I used a Blogging website instead of a physical journal. So, Please, Enjoy (and if not, that’s OK too.)
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