A collection of meteorites, from the American Museum of Natural History’s new exhibit, Picturing Science.
This needs to catch on. Fuck “spiritual”.
Carl Sagan said it best when he explained, “we are made of star stuff.” You can add a splash of color and remind yourself of the wonders of universe (and our place in it) while wearing this.
My twin is ancient
Tricked into staying at home
While I toured the stars
A quantum kitty
By any other measure
Would purr as strangely.
“My ancestors were not apes!”
Rave on, monkey-boy.
A stone falls to earth
Matter warps space around it
Albert described it
Droning on and on
Talking about the atom
What an awful Bohr.
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molecules do not like salt;
strange shapes resulting.
-“Buckminsterfullerene on KBr studied by High Resolution NC-AFM: Molecular nucleation and growth on an insulator”
Peaks in the spectrum!
Is that spin transfer I see?
No! Blasted cellphone!
-Paper, in preparation, on GHz noise in TMR junctions
Slows down when bended
-“The Response of Model and Astrophysical Thermonuclear Flames to Curvature and Stretch”
Waves crashing, cold spray,
Churning the hot rain inwards,
On ember of star.
-“On Heavy Element Enrichment in Classical Novae”
What makes such oscillations?
Perturb, gauge response.
-“Experiments and theory toward the determination of bifurcation features and the deduction of the mechanism of the oscillatory chlorite-iodide reaction”
the limit as x nears y
Joys of basic math!
-“On basic (higher-level) math”
Science crystal sculptures by Bathsheba.
A sculpture of the Big Bang by Josiah McElheny.
The Size of Our World: Models showing the relative sizes of our planets to each other and the sun.
Nerdy art, books, and gifts for young scientists by electricboogaloo. In the words of my friend Emily, “I WILL impose these on my children.”