- I am an incoming PhD Mechanical Engineering student. In my free time I ask and attempt to answer intriguing questions about how our world works.This blog is my methods, thought processes, and developments in that search. Many great scientists and inventors before us, like Ben Franklin and the Wright Brothers conducted Basement Science with not much more than a genuine interest and a determined will. I hope you join me here, as I conduct Basement Science.
Tag Archives: Perseverance
Dear Fellow Basement Scientists, I hope you all are pursuing your interests and attempting to satisfy your curiosity. With many other good things, it is fun and rewarding, but can take hard work. Alright, in our wind tunnel project our … Continue reading
To All, I hope you are all doing well and have had a Merry Christmas, or other holiday, and a Happy New Year. Recently, I have spent some time thinking about the difficulty of graduate school. Engineering graduate school is … Continue reading
Dear Fellow Basement Scientists, Having built our wind tunnel and realized that construction takes a lot of patience, time, and effort, do not be discouraged! Completing meaningful work is often difficult and at times frustrating. When you reach this point … Continue reading