What you mean it doesn't work... is that a compliment?
Physics experiments never work - the trick is in having a good explaination for why it failed
eg take the lit candle in bell experiment, water moves up the cylinder cause o2 is really been combusted up isnt it?
YOU DO NOT JUST COLOUR IN IN GEOGRAPHY *HUMPH* I HAVENT PICKED UP A COLOURING PENCIL FOR GEO THROUGHOUT MY A LEVELS HUMPH
T'is the best statement to use to wind up any geo students anywayz
By the way, geography is NOT a colouring degree, nor is it all about capital cities
And of course the people who did chemistry modules said they made the geology modules seem like a bit of a doss in comparison (although chemistry even at degree level is a lot more cut and dried than geology is so the learning technique is different (ie the chem modules are very much "learn and understand these facts" the geology modules are more "these are some theories, this is some evidence that backs up those theories, this is the evidence that doesn't back up those theoroies, use these theories and evidence to come up with a more robust set of theories".)
I have to say though that my fellow geology students who did geography modules at degree level said they were a complete doss (compared to the geology modules)...and my experience tallies with them (I mean we had a few lectures on hydrology and they didn't even *mention* groundwater and only dealt with run off - talk about oversimplification).
You must have been on a very poor quality degree course then.