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Introduction thread

  1. Mar 25, 2007 #1
    I didn't see an introduction thread, so I started one.

    My name is Tom and I have been an engineer since 1990. I am a licensed Professional Engineer in Florida.

    Just wanted to say hi and that I look forward to reading more of the stuff here and, perhaps, lend a hand where I can.

    I believe in Jesus!
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  3. Mar 25, 2007 #2
    Hi Tom,

    Nice to meet you.

    I'm a polyatheist - there are many gods I don't believe in! :rofl: :wink:
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  4. Mar 25, 2007 #3


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    Welcome, Tom!

    (The Jesus thing isn't relevant here, though. :tongue: )
  5. Mar 25, 2007 #4
    Hello, welcome to PF!

    I believe in Euler!
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    Semi-militant atheist here, but welcome anyhow.
  7. Mar 25, 2007 #6
    HI, and welcome.
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    I am in favor of science, but welcome anyways :biggrin:
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    Welcome Tom!

    I look forward to seeing you around PF
  11. Mar 25, 2007 #10
    Hey, a fellow Jesus freak! Yeah, I'm a churchoholic too...but be warned that I'm an anomaly among physicists.

    Anyway, pleased to meet you Tom. I'm Arun. I graduated college last December (physics and math), and I'm starting grad school this summer to do a physics PhD. I'll likely be doing astrophysics, but I just might end up in condensed matter instead.
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    Speaking of introduction, you have a nice name. :smile:

    (Assuming you're a female, of course.)
  13. Mar 26, 2007 #12
    haha :rofl:,

  14. Mar 26, 2007 #13
    Uh oh...there's been a slight miscommunication. In addition to not being female, I am highly masculine. Every moment that I do not spend in church or the physics lab, I spend at the gym, with fellow males, and doing manly activities. :rofl:

    Maybe I should change my user name, because this is the third case of mistaken-gender I've experienced on a forum. Those last two letters are from my last name (user name assigned by an ISP that I have long since abandoned), but I should probably just get rid of them.

    Alas, my fellow male, I share your pain due to the extreme shortage of physics girls.
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    And these would be? :biggrin:

    Hm, actually, the situation is not so bad in here. Could be worse. :tongue:
  16. Mar 27, 2007 #15
    Is it just me or did you seriously try to blast the fact that you're a very masculine person?

    No offence, but I like to keep my clothes in the closet. How about you?
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    We'll know what he's trying to say after he sheds some light on what is understood under "manly activity". :tongue:
  18. Mar 27, 2007 #17

    Heh, well I suppose I'm just trying to compensate for what is apparently a slightly feminine user name. Don't want anyone getting the wrong idea...
  19. Mar 28, 2007 #18
    They already have.
  20. Mar 28, 2007 #19
    That can't be good. I wonder what I can do to correct it. Perhaps fifty pushups and five laps around a Fermilab's accelerator?
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    Put "Gender: Male" into your signature. :tongue:
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