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A geophysist’s joke

If, like me, you don’t give a clue what it’s about, let’s say they send signals to the earth underground, monitor the seismic waves produced, and a geophysicist interpret them to produces a model of how the underground is made. … So, to emphasize how the geophysicist does the interpretation, we got a joke: “If you ask different workers how much is Pi, mathematician says : “the circumference of a circle divided by its diameter” a physician says : “3,14159 plus or minus 10e5” an engineer says : “almost 3” [I’m engineer, we liked this one] a geophysicist asks : “how much you want it to be ?”

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Ghost Members & Ghost Busters

Sometime, a member leaves Rotaract. That’s life. But the way it happens varies, and the way we record it is not absolutely fluent. That, also, has an impact on the national member count accuracy.

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On numbers

This summer, we had a national coordination week-end, a good time for updating our national member count. We discovered we are not 350 anymore (last

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When I woke up

After four years without proper answers, i realized i will probably leave Rotaract without ever knowing why we were declining.

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Nouveau blog en ligne

Bienvenue sur ce nouveau blog. WordPress est tout juste installé, les premiers articles arrivent cette semaine ; en première ligne : des nouvelles de mes

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