Relativity

Relativity

By M. Rasheduzzaman (Rafi)

 

“Where is it? Is it above the clouds or fainted over by seeing the beauty of this city? From which direction it is coming? Who can see it first?” Those were the questions that came to our minds when we saw a flying drone for the first time in our life so closely.

 

One explanation of Einstein’s relativity theory: “When you sit with a nice girl for two hours you think it’s only a minute, but when you sit on a hot stove for a minute you think it’s two hours. That’s relativity.” Day three of wetskills Bangladesh 2019 was the proof of Albert Einstein’s theory.

It was started with work on process action plan. The deadline for submitting the process action plan was by 3 PM. It was decided that the drone will be flown in the afternoon after submitting the action plan of our cases. On the other hand, we were really excited to see the drone. Our clocks stopped. Working on process action plan was like sitting on a hot stove. But we made the hot stove cold by knowledge interchanging about different cultural aspects like languages, traditions, historical places etc. among the students of different countries.

Finally it was 3 PM. It’s flying time. We went to the rooftop of our institute. Our instructor instructed us about how to fly a drone and then we flew it. It was the first time in our life that we could see the bird’s eye view of Dhaka city. I didn’t think that our city looks so amazing from above. It felt like, if I were a bird I could see this view regularly. I will never forget the view.

 

 

 

Flying the drone was like sitting with a pretty girl. We flew the drone about an hour but it felt like some seconds to me. Thanks to wetskills for giving us this amazing opportunity for learning and sharing some wonderful things in our lives. It will be a memory of our whole life.

Ioana Dobrescu