Materials Scientists: Can't Live With 'em. Can't Live Without 'em.

Doesn't _everyone_ feel this way?
Bret Cahill

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No Bret, not everyone fells this way, only fools like you.
Just a few days ago (January 23, 2009) you spewed out a post entitled Battery Development Held Up By Widespread Transport Ignorance: The Average Chef Knows More About Heat Transfer Than The Average Scientist Or Engineer. You signed it “Bret ‘One Eyed King’ Cahill”.
Guess what? The average materials engineer or scientist has a good solid background in heat transfer, fluid flow, and mass transfer. That is because those engineering departments historically came from groups inside chemical or mechanical engineering departments.
Product development on batteries (and most other energy related products) calls for knowledge of both transport behavior and materials science. Without the materials science background you are operating with one eye blind, but you already admitted that to us all.
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