I'm pretty darn nerdy! I like trivia contests, and building things, and I'm an engineer and my bookshelf is full of Brian Greene and Michio Kaku books!So i have a crazy liking for smart guys. the nerdy-er the better!!
EDIT: Yes, that is a periodic table shower curtain in my condo.In fact if i could find a guy who also thinks a periodic table shower curtain is rad, loves to spend hours talking about the world we live in would be willing to whisper the laws of thermodynamics into my ear whilst we were partaking in "special" relations i would be one insanely happy girl...
Cute? Some people think I'm cute... sometimes. I'm 5'11" and I can pull the ears off of a gundark.haha but seriously my point is i loove geeky guys, and i want to find one but where do they hang out???? All the guys i meet are jerks, i just wanna find a cute, sweet, funny, nerdy, geeky physicist. Is that too much to ask?? :P
NEW ZEALAND?! Blech! Sorry, I'm in the States. Unless you want to have an internet relationship until you get up the courage to here, I don't know if I can help.So come on guys someone please tell me how do i meet the man of my scientific dreams?
Any tips as to where they hang out, how i can woo them???...maybe lil old New Zealand just doesnt have enough nerds for me :(
Speaking from experience there?Try applying for some type of job with a local engineering firm. Even if you don't get the job you will have a good reason to be there and every person you meet will be a total nerd.
And, believe it or not, you can sometimes find nerds in a store aisle searching for razors or shaving cream.I would imagine that one could wait outside the class for SR or QM or . . . . and find a group of individuals of interest.
I used to spend time in the reading room of the physics department. That's where the latest issues of various journals would be kept.
Or one could visit the EE or other engineering departments.
I remember the problem of the infinite mesh of 1 ohm resistors.
I built a crude web-site to help other tube-nuts identify the various vacuum tubes by their physical characteristics. The paint on the envelope is not reliable, since the manufacturers often sub-contracted large contracts out to their competitors. Hosted by a good friend of mine who works at Berkeley.Find one of these, and a nerd is nearby.
To initiate a conversation, causally mention the term "pentode".
I'm pretty darn nerdy! I like trivia contests, and building things, and I'm an engineer and my bookshelf is full of Brian Greene and Michio Kaku books!
EDIT: Yes, that is a periodic table shower curtain in my condo.
Blue towels, dirty laundry and a bin!The shower curtain is a nice touch, but what is all that other junk laying on the bathroom floor? Is that a cooking pot?!
And your towels look black! Don't you ever wash them?!
HAHA!!! I've actually done this! Second Law FTW!would be willing to whisper the laws of thermodynamics into my ear whilst we were partaking in "special" relations
Same here: when I've gone to tech meetups I've been one of maybe 3 girls, but some of the guys are actually hot so it's not all odd goods. Meetup New Zealand, though my experience has been with meetup NY (which has huge tech scene).These kind of events always end up being sausage fests, so as the saying goes: "The odds are good, but the goods are odd".
Hmm - I've been called a hippy, but not a nerd. In high school, I did Explorers for several years since the post was hosted by Exxon's Research and Development Center. I think most of the guys would have qualified as nerds. They were mostly guys interested in math, science and computer, and not very atheletic.And, believe it or not, you can sometimes find nerds in a store aisle searching for razors or shaving cream.
Did I ever tell you you're a hippy? In the last couple weeks, at least? :rofl:
(But, he's a hippy nerd and that's an important distinction.)
Yeah I know, I thought so too, but whatever bakes your cake. Its certainly better than what a lot of the other stuff people are into these days though.You've gotta be kidding. That's just weird!
Whoops, you're right. 0.5Ohms is the resistance across one resistor. I didn't notice the two red dots.
Oooh... what a girl really needs is a guy that will give her a gift like that. :!!)Astronuc, pentode, schmentode. What one really needs is a Nixie Tube watch.
:rofl: More fun than a pentode.Astronuc, pentode, schmentode. What one really needs is a Nixie Tube watch.