As some of you know I'm left my home land and I came here to do research. I'm mechanical engineer and ph.d. student. That means that I am able to work in another place and make more money (and may be more interesting things) than what I am doing right now. Why did I start with this business?. It was a chance of travelling abroad, meeting a lot of people, living your own life. In addition to that, it was a great chance of broadening my knowledge in a field I like a lot. I have found a lot of things here, amongst them I have found the arrogance of some scientists. Moreover, I have found the arrogance on those who are even a proto scientist, not even a professor. About professor aspirants: To say the truth, I say thanks for getting payed money only for learning. Some arrogants believe that they are working. I better call it studying. To be honest, I wouldn't pay money to a guy for learning. I would like to get production from him. Usual engineering transactions move thousands of dollars, most of us will be unable to make a single buck with our studies. It broadens the science, I know, but we have to keep in mind that we are given a gift, we are not a worker who gets out of work. There is no possible comparison. The time I spend in my office reading books and papers, and trying to integrate an unreal problem gives little profit compared with the construction of bridge or an airport. Some of them say "I worked yesterday until 11pm", but what work?? It is a work for you!. They really think that they are saving the world or something like that. Honestly, the 95% of science advances that are obtained in a university department are useless. The only contribution is to give a further insight on a physical issue that doesn't have a practical impact. About the faculty community. I think they diminish the mission of a normal engineer and engineering. It is like for them a working engineer is a retarded or something like that. A working engineer won't sign papers in renamed journals, but probably will come out with something that that guy will use everyday without being aware of it. Even an engineer as me has the potential to do another thing and make more money and live better, so the professors should be praying to God for having us doing research. My thesis? Incredible interesting. I'm really happy with it. It's a great problem, elegant, and I am going to squeeze my head a lot in order to solve it, that was precisely my intention when coming here. Am I hoping to save the world by solving it? No, never, I am happy but I am conserving my modesty. Probably my solution will collaborate in a 0.001% of the design of a machine which had something to do with the electrohydrodynamics of microparticles, maybe somebody takes a look at my future paper, or maybe not, or maybe I only broadened my knowledge and collaborated to push a little bit the thesis of another guy. My mission here is to learn, and no more. I don't hope to become the mesias of the world. But man, let's keep our feet on the ground!!!.