The moment came to validate the performance of the new RF generator design. Buck wondered if the generator had cooked the egg in its shell, or would he end up with egg on his face, and all over the lab.
"Actually, when you think about it, there are alot of eggs in the world...exit, extraordinary, existential, external, exorbitant, exasperated, extravagant, exacerbate, exact, exagerate, and expecting...which reminds me, I really don't want to run into the women who laid THIS!"
Long missing from NASA's high security Cube 8 containment building, the electronics test lab was horrified to find the delivered egg with the attached warning: "Alien Life - For Storage - Not Incubate - Test After One Year".
Well, I was hoping that would help me "bring home the bacon" so to speak with a winning caption. I edited it to remove the redundant "finally" so now your reply doesn't match the original comment! You do of course realize that your admission of a porcine partiality has exposed you to numerous references on this platform.
Engineering is just one trade-off after another. We could try making it from transparent aluminum and painting the inside white for privacy, but that would shield the radios and sensors, and putting the antennae and the sensors on the outside would compromise it's in-atmosphere performance.
As we unveil EE Times’ 2015 Silicon 60 list, journalist & Silicon 60 researcher Peter Clarke hosts a conversation on startups in the electronics industry. Panelists from incubators join Peter Clarke in debate.