Herr Professor Helbig is not someone the average student appreciates. He has a way to make the best collegiate minds periodically implode under his didactic assault. Imagine the topic is acceleration; at some point, Sir Isaac is dragged into the plot and then it's off into a series of equations, perhaps a verse from Goethe here or an iambic pentameter there just to stress a point, an analogy involving a ball game, some geometrical analyses for good measure and Helbig is back (in what students may consider a life time later) on the exact thought, probably phrase, from which he took off. And pity the student who isn't inured to his Teutonic accent.
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