Tuesday, February 06, 2007
Modified Kirchhoff Loop Laws = Lansey Loop Laws (LLL)
There is a lecture hall in the Rutgers Engineering Building; I say a lecture hall because there is only one lecture hall in the whole building (that I am aware of). This room is called B-120; it is smack dab in the middle of the Engineering Building. It has four doors in and out of it, however most people only know about two of them. You see this is a two story lecture hall in a two story building, it is the only place I have ever seen a sign for a room in the 100 level right across the hall from a 200 room. Most people don’t know about the doors in the back of the room, they are recessed in little hallways in they way back of the room. I happened to be sitting in the very back of the room and needed a drink of water so I exited the room from the back. I got my drink and found that the door wouldn’t open from the outside, so I was forced to reenter the room through one of the two front entrances. When I walked in I got a couple of weird looks from people who hadn’t seen me leave. I decided it would be fun to exit the room from the back and reenter the room from the front a couple more times to see what peoples reactions will be. I did it about 5-7 times, once every approximately 5 minutes. I got a ton of great looks from people who couldn’t figure it out. You may ask why I did this and my answer is when you are in an extremely boring class for 80 minutes you need to find some way of entertaining yourself. On that note today I am going to do the opposite exit out the front of the lecture hall, then exit it 5 minutes later without ever coming back into the room; it should be fun. For the record the class is called EEE, see if you can figure out what that stands for.