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I Became An Engineer: Despite Being Bad At Math
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As far back as I can remember, I have always been fascinated with technical/scientific things.

As a very young boy, I loved airplanes, and since my dad was in the USAF, I got to see many of them on the air bases. I learned to read fairly early (my mom tells me that I was reading cereal boxes when I was 5 years old) and loved reading books about a variety of science/technology subjects. I can still remember one Christmas when I got two books that I read over and over - one was about the ocean and the deep-sea creatures that lived there; the other was about the history of rockets.


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