As a student, we really need to deal with subjects which really impugn us. To pass these subjects, we are in requisite to study more. Physics is somehow one of those subjects that I bestowed my utmost time in studying way back in my high school and college years. As one of the site' defined that Physics is a natural science that involves the study of matter and its motion through space-time, as well as all applicable concepts such as energy and force. More broadly, it is the general analysis of nature conducted in order to understand how the world and universe behave.
To surmount this subject, we have our own techniques to feed up all the necessary lessons in our mind specially for exam days or quiz time purposes because this subject really necessitates memorization of formulas, analysis on problems or even conversion. However, we really have this creativeness inside us which totally ease everything. This "creativeness" thing may be our tactics or methods to remember the important things that has been discussed by our teachers.
I reminisced a "sensible joke" shared by a friend of mine in our place which aided me to remember a certain conversion in Physics. The joke has a connection with those images above who are few of the famous physicists namely Sir Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein and Blaise Pascal.
Here it goes:
Newton, Einstein and Pascal were playing hide and seek. Albert Einstein was the "person to seek". While Einstein was counting, Pascal went to the bathroom right away while Newton unfortunately saw a chalk on the floor. So he immediately drew a square measuring 1 meter each side by means of a steel rule he found beside it, and there he stood up as if hiding as well.
After Einstein finished counting, he right away descried Newton standing behind him.
Einstein: Hey Newton! I found you...You will be the next "person to seek".
Newton: What are you talking about? I am NOT Newton!
Einstein: Huh? Why? You are Newton. Don't fool me.
Newton: I said I am not Newton! I am Pascal!
Einstein: How you became Pascal?
Newton: It seems I am standing here in a square measuring 1 meter each side, then its area would be 1 square meter, knowing the area of a square is (s^2). Right?
Einstein: Yes! Then what's the significance for that?
Newton: Well as we all know, "1 Newton per square meter (1N/m^2) is 1 Pascal (1Pa)" So, I am now Pascal.
Did you get it? Have you laugh? LOLs (
Laugh Out Loud). I know its corny, but it does make sense. I know jokes are primarily for laughing purposes but somehow there are some instances that jokes are informative like what I have mentioned above. And because of this joke, I never forgot that conversion.
Anyway, jokes are part of that "creativeness" things that by some means it help us in our lessons. Others adopted words or phrases for quickly retrospection. But nonetheless all these things depend on your brilliance or ingenuity that in the end can be a sort of imitation to all; an imitation which indeed helped many students and professionals nowadays.