sexta-feira, 15 de abril de 2011
Have you ever see the rain?
Hey folks, that´s me again!
This time I´m writing in English because I have something special to show you. An old student and friend of mine sent me this video about how fast and which angle you should walk in the rain to get the least wet. It´s a great class by Prof. Walter Levin (MIT) and take only 18min to get solved. It was the best 18min on internet I had this week, so, I´m glad to share it with you.
While you watch this video, pay attention to the differences between Brazilian and American way of teach on the board. Prof. Levin writes the equations without demonstrations, assuming you already know all of the knowledge required. After all, he´s a teacher of MIT, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, one of the greatest universities of science in USA.
Have fun, and this time, if it´s possible, send me a message (commentary). Have a great weekend.
Postado por Renato Casemiro às 07:04