Writer's Almanac:•It was on this day in 1875 that the largest recorded swarm of locusts in American history descended upon the Great Plains.•POEM: "Dr. Collin Simms" by Sue Ellen Thompson
I think those book shelves are whimsical, and wonderful... in a world where wonderful means that you want make a wall that looks as if books are completely stacked from floor to ceiling.
I'm a chemistry prof and am totally in love with that light fixture.From a chemical-structure perspective, that modular form with the tetrahedral junctures looks nothing like DNA....but *exactly* like simple hydrocarbons (alkanes).I send the link around to my colleagues and other chem geek buddies and it's generated a lot of excitement. Hey, it's a niche market, but it's a market!
Hey *I* was gonna use the phrase "tetrahedral junctures"!!!! :)
Hey, it's not nice to make fun of nerds...it's not like we can help it.Pardon me while I go back to taping together my broken glasses.;)
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