The Teacher’s Amusement Center

March 26, 2008

I didn’t know Helicopter Cancer was an option

Filed under: CERN,Comics,Higgs Boson,XKCD — sciencefun @ 9:30 am

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March 17, 2008

Hooray Mythbusters! Hooray Brains!

Filed under: Comics,Mythbusters,Rigor,XKCD — sciencefun @ 10:30 am

Unscientific

January 22, 2008

Hooray for James Randi!

Filed under: Comics,Science,Supernatural,XKCD — sciencefun @ 12:22 pm

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December 14, 2007

Empirical evidence vs folklore. Who will win?!

Filed under: Comics,Flies,XKCD — sciencefun @ 12:30 pm

Flies

October 16, 2007

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; a good pun is its own reword

Filed under: Comics,Engines,Puns,Spices,XKCD — sciencefun @ 11:18 am

Organic Fuel

August 23, 2007

The horror! The horror….

Filed under: Book,Comics,Librarians,XKCD — sciencefun @ 8:14 am

Librarians

May 21, 2007

Too true

Filed under: Comics,Math,Social Studies,Truth,XKCD — sciencefun @ 9:09 am

Certainty

March 30, 2007

The difference between a scientist and a normal person

Filed under: Comics,Scientific Method,Scientists,XKCD — sciencefun @ 10:28 am

The difference between a scientist and a normal person

On a programming note, next week is spring break, so there will be no updates until the Monday after next. Enjoy your vacation!

March 16, 2007

You know you wanted to do this as a kid

Filed under: Comics,Physical Science,Swing,XKCD — sciencefun @ 9:00 am

Swingset

Just a quick programming note. I’ve decided next week will be Offensive Week. I’ve got a small collection of stuff that either has a bad word in it (oh no!) or makes fun of religion (which I’ve already gotten a comment on in a previous post).

Normally I wouldn’t give a $#!+ about your f*@^!ng feelings, but I know some of you read this from work, so consider next week marginally nsfw.

PS: Tesla fights Edison in today’s Thinkin’ Lincoln!

February 14, 2007

Happy Valentine’s Day

Filed under: Love,Pictures,XKCD — sciencefun @ 11:15 am

Binary Heart

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