I'm not the world's greatest math student, but I did enjoy the logic and applicability of physics so I pushed myself beyond the my comfort zone to take a more difficult physics course than my scores would support. Thankfully, I had an instructor willing to giving points for incomplete work. It's a great concept. I could be partially at fault, but as long as some of it wasn't completely awful there would be points. Credit. If I worked for NASA and screwed up an equation and it sent the ISS crashing into Earth there would probably be no credit, and it wasn't enough to get "partial credit" for people in the class who went on to do real engineering. Today's Paris Motor Show was overwhelmed with Lotus, and we were a bit overwhelmed with their decisions. Not everyone agrees with they're abandoning their Formula One roots, and there were many good counterpoints, but we've got to give credit to Homeslice60148 for putting this in terms the more formula-inspired types could understand.
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