The Straits Times quotes Professor Obvious

Posted on 29 December 2011

Oh wow, why didn’t I think of that?

This was an article published in The Straits Times on Dec. 28 about the Liat Towers being inundated by flood waters.

One of the people quoted for the article is Assistant Professor Vivien Chua of the National University of Singapore’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, who spent a good part of her life getting a PhD.

She was quoted as saying:

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  • Skipper149

    2 questions:

    How long does one need to get a PhD?
    How long is a good part of one’s life considered to be?

  • Anonymous

    wow. because we never knew what’d happen if a river’s too full of water…

  • sgoverlord

    the press took it out of context..

    • Belmont

      Nice try Professor Obvious, nice try.

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