Oct 18, 2007

Caribbean example

When it comes to sound, we have a twofer Caribbean example!

If you recall, for illustrating sensitization of the area around a burn, we have "burning yourself when you light your stove".

Now, we have sound waves traveling through water when you're snorkeling at Grand Anse Beach, hear a high-pitched whine, and want to avoid getting hit by the boat that's inevitably heading towards you, as well as the delay in sound when you're overlooking a valley and a man is cutting down a tree with a cutlass/machete.

All in all, this professor is pretty cool, and is the same one who let a student jab him in the eye to demonstrate corneal reflexes. But will this offer be made again *AFTER* the midterm?

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