greeneking


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Re: Schrodinger's Revenge



This is actually really funny....two suggestions: one, tidy up the drawing, it appears to have been done in a hurry, get the lines consistent. Why are Schrodinger's clothes outlined in brushstroke lines when everything else is fine lines? Also: at least in my case, a lot of the folks who'd appreciate the joke would appreciate it more if it weren't on a baby blue shirt.

Manki


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Re: The Time Traveler



The combination is interesting! It also is a great print color and shirt color


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rubymathes


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Re: Science Club



So cool,

Can anyone name them all?



Galenda

ste7enl


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caramelarrow wrote:I really like the colors on this and different lettering! Funny, too. Great job!



thanks so much!

scroodleddoo


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Re: The Name's Fronkensteen



Not sure why the thumbnail is distorted...never done this before. If anyone sees this can you give me advice?

kcastle411


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Re: Lab Cat-astrophe



Haha, Love that!


flattopfrank


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Re: Doc Brown's Cereal



Well... They can't all be winners.

thatquietgir1


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Re: Revenge of the Mice



Cool drawing!

kylemittskus


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Re: Curiouser and Curiouser



This is getting a +1 from me.

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen

archdeluxe


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Re: Periodic Table of Scientists


Leonardo Da Vinci has no last name, his name is simply Leonardo. Da vinci simply means that he is from Vinci.

So he should not be under a "V"
but rather an "L"
Try instead using Andreas Vesalius, he did work on Anatomy. Also Nobel appears twice as 41, and 102. Leonardo could become 102.

skispeakeasy


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Re: The One Who Nukes



Looks like Hector Salamanca before he became an invalid.

massha10


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Re: Curiouser and Curiouser



Unbelievable! So complex and clever.

Manki


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Re: Laika Boss



Thanks for the kind words OakenSpirit,eurocarnut73 and caramelarrow!
eurocarnut73 What is that hypothesis?


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gertiestn


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Re: Curiouser and Curiouser



Goodness this is wonderful!

nimrond


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Re: Another bright idea!



Radiating!

walmazan


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Re: Grand Theft Tesla Menlo Park



This have to win! GMV!

bandy78


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Re: Demystifying cosmology



Thanks..This is a tribute to the great American cosmologist, Edwin Hubble.

paxdomino


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Re: Curiouser and Curiouser



Thanks to everyone for the nice comments here! I'm glad people are noticing the details, I had fun researching and including all those little things. :-)

Thank you for voting!

paxdomino


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Re: Laika Boss



Great drawing! So cute, and I like the red color scheme you have going here.

Thank you for voting!

Spiritgreen


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Re: Choose Yours



Great stuff! Love the muted colors and simplicity.

Spiritgreen


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Re: Ein Stein.



Klug!

calvin70


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Re: Science Club



Doc Oc
Dr. Sheldon Cooper
Dr. Bunsen Honeydew
Dr. Emmett Brown
Dr. Freeze (?)
Albert Einstein (I'm really hoping not the Microsoft Office Help character.)

sjaynedesign


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Re: It's Super Effective


Well done! Haha. I've always imagined pixel art would be a pain to create.


walmazan


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Re: Periodic Table of Scientists



Amazing Work!!

sjaynedesign


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Re: As a matter of fact, I'm a Rocket Scientist


Great pun! I love the style!


sjaynedesign


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Re: Failed Experiment



So cute! The comic panel look is really cool!


sjaynedesign


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Re: Laika Boss



So cute and well done! I like your style!


jessisima


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novaofsilverskies wrote:I want it!!!



I'm glad you like it

eurocarnut73


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Manki wrote:Thanks for the kind words OakenSpirit,eurocarnut73 and caramelarrow!
eurocarnut73 What is that hypothesis?



That guinea pig scientist is actually the world's first rodent zoologist whose specialty of practice is canine social behavior. He is currently conducting a battery of tests and experiments on Laika, to determine if a super canine species exists. Laika is really a shining star in the pet kingdom. Not only is she an astronaut, but she is also the beloved mascot of many sport teams. So in conclusion, my hypothesis is:
Laika boss is a super canine .
Null hypothesis: Laika boss is not a super canine (but is still a really cute and great dog) .

brendanj


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Spiritgreen wrote:Klug!



Danke!

But really, hopefully this wasn't submitted too late. I had the idea and I had to do it.

ste7enl


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Re: Hollywood Science



Wow, lot's of votes over night. Thanks everyone, might actually have a chance of making a run at the fog!

tjschaeffer


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archdeluxe wrote:Leonardo Da Vinci has no last name, his name is simply Leonardo. Da vinci simply means that he is from Vinci.

So he should not be under a "V"
but rather an "L"
Try instead using Andreas Vesalius, he did work on Anatomy. Also Nobel appears twice as 41, and 102. Leonardo could become 102.



Thanks for pointing out the Nobel error. Element 41 is actually meant to say "nobili" instead of "nobel" but I misread my chicken scratch after coming up with the list. When I fixed the oppenheimer misspelling and the coulomb repeat I forgot to repost an image showing the nobili change.

As for da vinci, yes, I admit you are technically correct. Da Vinci isn't Leonardo's surname. But in common usage he's called "da vinci" all the time, so I went with that.

tjschaeffer


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Re: Hollywood Science



I love this infographic type of designs. It also seems to me that movies rarely portray scientists in the most positive light...

ste7enl


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tjschaeffer wrote:I love this infographic type of designs. It also seems to me that movies rarely portray scientists in the most positive light...



Yeah, they are either doomed or dubious...or both. Glad you dig it!

xapi


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Re: Science is Super! V2




Why are they shaking left hands?

Manki


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xapi wrote:Why are they shaking left hands?


Some people are lefties! Not me but hey they out there.


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Manki


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eurocarnut73 wrote:That guinea pig scientist is actually the world's first rodent zoologist whose specialty of practice is canine social behavior. He is currently conducting a battery of tests and experiments on Laika, to determine if a super canine species exists. Laika is really a shining star in the pet kingdom. Not only is she an astronaut, but she is also the beloved mascot of many sport teams. So in conclusion, my hypothesis is:
Laika boss is a super canine .
Null hypothesis: Laika boss is not a super canine (but is still a really cute and great dog) .


That was a cute imaginative story. Thanks for that!


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mandklewis


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mrkid wrote:misogynistic



that part doesn't bother me. what does bother me is that this is clearly ripped off from a sexy nurse's costume which even included the stethoscope. i don't think many lab techs use stethoscopes.

rozmartinez


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nimrond wrote:Radiating!



Thanks! It's my first derby, and I'm glowing with pride!