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- To: "Sseaint Org" <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
- Subject: Terminology
- From: "gregory szuladzinski" <ggg(--nospam--at)bigpond.net.au>
- Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2011 19:47:32 +1000
Some little things cling to your memory although perhaps they don't deserve to.
I remember his explanations of what a free drop or a free fall is.
It did not make him soung like a mechanical or civil engineer.
It was not just trying to be understood, it was a plain inaptness.
Gregory from Oz
From: "Gary L. Hodgson and Assoc." <design(--nospam--at)hodgsoneng.ca>
Subject: Re: About my WTC paper
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How does an engineering specialist speak? If he is addressing a
group of engineers, perhaps his terminology will contain a lot of
engineer-speak, but if he is addressing a larger broader body of
people, then it may be in easily understood terms. The main
objective of anybody is to communicate with fellow workers, friends
and the public and engineers are not generally good at that.
Although most of the writers on this forum are better than most
engineers including me.<br>
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