Magnetohydrodynamics

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Ben_morphett
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Magnetohydrodynamics

Postby Ben_morphett » Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:54 am UTC

Hey Randall,

I loved cartoon 1851. I studied magnetohydrodynamics in my honours degree in maths, and it's the first time I ever saw a joke about it.

*glee*

If you want a joke for another cartoon, here's one:

Q: what's the difference between an electrically anisotropic solid, and a Marxist philosopher?

A: One has a dyadic dielectric, and the other has a didactic dialectic!

:-)

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Re: Magnetohydrodynamics

Postby SpitValve » Mon Jun 19, 2017 10:17 am UTC

I like that you created an account for the sole purpose of posting this joke. It shows dedication.

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Re: Magnetohydrodynamics

Postby Ben_morphett » Mon Jun 19, 2017 12:01 pm UTC

Thanks.

It's quite true - it was a bit irresistible after Randall's cartoon. Because I spent a lot of happy time thinking thoughts after the magnetic core of the Earth.

:-)

And I actually hope that Randall likes the joke.

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Re: Magnetohydrodynamics

Postby SpitValve » Mon Jun 19, 2017 12:18 pm UTC

Unfortunately, I don't think he really checks in on the forum anymore - you'd have to tweet or email him or something.


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