What can a mechanic learn from the world of science?

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In summary, a mechanic can learn a great deal from the world of science. By understanding the basic principles of physics, chemistry, and engineering, they can better comprehend the inner workings of machines and how to troubleshoot and repair them. Additionally, they can apply the scientific method to diagnose and solve complex problems. By staying updated with advancements in technology and materials, a mechanic can stay ahead in their field and provide more efficient and effective service to their customers.
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My name is Greg Showen. I am highly intrigued by science and love to learn. I do not know what I will find on here but what I have found so far highly interests me. I am essentially an automotive mechanic with goals and ideas for a whole lot more. This website told me to make this forum so here you guys go :) I look forward to learning with all of you
 
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Welcome to PF. We're glad to have you. We have automotive posts in the mechanical engineering forum.
 

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