Ok, so i'm a 3rd year studying mechanical engineering at UC Davis. Every once in a while, while going through lots of tedious readings and assignements, things relate to somethign relevant. And i get really excited. Like today, im reading my Fluid mechanics book, and they talk about how flowing liquids have significantly reduced pressures, and sometimes this reduced pressure brings the fluid to its boiling point. Then teh light goes off in my head - Vapor Lock! or when we were talking about how we assume water is incompressible, and a red flag goes off in my head. If water was incompressible, why the hell is it so dreaded in brake and hydrolic situations? Water is very compressible when analyized in these situations. Anyways, am i the only nut that gets excited when something i learn actually applies to something i care about? OK, im gonna stop rambling now. have a good weekend everyone!