Studying various chemical compounds and looking for interactions with a compound I'm already working with... oh and it needs to be environmentally friendly while still being effective. Back to the journals I go!
Without further ado, here's some nerdy jokes to make us all chuckle and forget that it's only Tuesday.
When Albert Einstein was making the rounds of the speakers' circuit, he usually found himself eagerly longing to get back to his laboratory work. One night, as they were driving to yet another rubber-chicken dinner, Einstein mentioned to his Butler (a man who somewhat resembled Einstein in looks & manner) that he was…
Hello everyone, here are a few laughs to keep your Tuesday and week going. Smile a little bit and press through the week!
Okay so there's only one soccer/football joke here and it's more mathematical but who cares. Congo Rats to the United Sewer Mutant Ninja Turtles [USMNT] on beating Ghana!
When a certain nuclear physicist went on holidays he hung a sign on his laboratory door which read: "Gone Nuclear Fission." - I'll let you decide who.
Today's TSJ is a little different. I didn't see any mention of this on the Gawker sites but did not scour them to see. I'm posting Quantum mechanics jokes in honor of this seemingly important find.
I seriously feel like noone read my post. They just skipped to the middle, saw "I'm going to catch some flak for this" and then assumed the worst. I'm severely discouraged from posting here. I've been here for years and figured this was an opportunity to open a discussion about this topic as adults. All I get is…
I missed last week, but we're back with an extra video that ODeckers should enjoy.
Well here in Dallas is the 2014 ACS Conference. Yesterday was jam packed full of people. While not as crazy as FlowerGirlPhysicist's conference still tons of really interesting and thought provoking seminars and talks to listen too.
Today's Tuesday Science Joke comes from one of my science magazines. They did a parody of Game of Thrones, I took a picture and here it is for all of your entertainment.
What first drew me into this game was the fact that it was a free to play weekend event coupled with the fact that Steam had it on sale (75% off?) for $1. A 4 pack to get your friends to play was invariably cheap and well worth the cost of one In-n-out burger.