Cue the rimshots. American Chemical Society’s Reactions video packs a bunch of roll-your-eyes type jokes in to a short space. If you’ve got kids, grandkids or nieces and nephews, this is the perfect material to make them giggle – after you explain the science behind why it’s supposed to be funny.
As I write this I realize that some of you are already well into your celebration of St. Patrick’s day. So put down your green beer for a few minutes and watch this three-minute video from the American Chemical Society’s Reactions video series.
I’m sure Facebook, Twitter and all other social media avenues will be filled with reference to Pi Day tomorrow. This year it’s extra special because not only is it March 14 – but the year 2015 extends the celebration of pi digits – 3.1415.
Ever since Star Trek transponders, it seems that life and its scientists and inventors are scrambling to imitate art. Surely more than one young Trekkie grew up to be an engineer who delivered smart-phone technology to the world.
While I appreciate romantic comedies, I’d much prefer action movies with lots of explosions. I think it probably started with the 70s TV show CHiPS. Seems that every other episode Ponch or Jon were in some sort of danger that ended with colossal explosions and near-death experiences.
I’m a fan of wine. I don’t dare say a connoisseur because I certainly don’t know much about the wine I drink other than I know reds shouldn’t be chilled and all other wines should. I also know if I drink too much wine I am worthless the next day,...
Psssst. The holidays are just around the corner. Need some ideas for your co-workers? Want bullet points for your own list to present to your family and friends? Well you’re in luck. I’ve been writing down cool gift ideas for a few months.