July 22, 2024


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Can you explain a mechanical concept easily?

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Certain things come easily to certain people. For some, understanding how things work is almost second nature. Engineers are really good at understanding how things work. They’re not always good at communicating to others how something works though, in a matter that’s easily understood. Friend of Hooniverse Jason Fenske is an example of someone who is good at understanding and communicating mechanical concepts. He does so on his great Engineering Explained YouTube channel. Another person who is pretty good at this is Hooniverse co-founder Tim Odell.

I, on the other hand, am capable of the communication part. Less so on the understanding part, which is kind of an important part of the puzzle. Still, I do look like to continually learn more about how my favorite machines do what they do. Currently, I’m looking to gain a better understanding of everything that goes into the operation of a transfer case. I was going to do research on this topic in an effort to bring back the Encyclopedia Hoonatica category. But then I remembered that was for more obscure concepts… and now I’m researching how many two-cylinder cars have been built. Stay tuned for that one.

For now, I’d like to hear about a mechanical concept that you understand well and can also communicate well to others. Let’s hear about it below.

Jeff Glucker is the co-founder and Executive Editor of Hooniverse.com. He’s often seen getting passed as he hustles a 1991 Mitsubishi Montero up the 405 Freeway.

IG: @HooniverseJeff


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