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For New Scientist.
#tomgauld #cartoon #science #dinosaurs #jurassicpark

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5 days ago
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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Retirement

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We expect napalm to be a highly liquid asset.

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Just one week left to get BAHFest MIT tickets so you can come see me and Marc Abrahams of the Ig Nobel Prize!

(Please note: Student tickets are available to students from *any* university).

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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Context

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I HAVE SINNED WITHIN MY HEART AND BETWEEN MY TEETH!

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About 2/3s of BAHFest tickets are now gone! Buy before they sell out!

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Rayleigh Scattering

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If you ask "why are leaves green?" the usual answer is "because they're full of chlorophyll, and chlorophyll is green," even though "why does chlorophyll scatter green light?" is a great question too.
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corjen
26 days ago
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This bothered me every time people talk about why the sky is blue.
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emdot
20 days ago
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I'm the one saying Wow!
San Luis Obispo, CA
fxer
21 days ago
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he's circled back around to Rayleigh Scattering? There have got to be more scientific phenomena to be toon'ed

https://xkcd.com/1145/
Bend, Oregon
Covarr
27 days ago
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Why is the sky pink and orange at sunset?
Moses Lake, WA
rraszews
27 days ago
Because (and this is in fact the real answer) half of the blue in the air is facing over the horizon
Aatch
26 days ago
To re-state rraszews' answer: Because air scatters blue light more than other colors, after a while, there's not much blue light actually getting to our eyes. Or another way: the sky is blue, the sun is not.
alt_text_bot
27 days ago
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If you ask "why are leaves green?" the usual answer is "because they're full of chlorophyll, and chlorophyll is green," even though "why does chlorophyll scatter green light?" is a great question too.

The Anti-Vaxx Vaccine

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This also works 100% of the time with climate change deniers. Try it!

Hello! Here is a ”controversial” comic for you to enjoy.

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corjen
65 days ago
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tedgould
69 days ago
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Can we please just do this?
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2017

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Things are looking good for the eclipse--Nate Silver says Earth will almost definitely still have a moon in August.
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corjen
117 days ago
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skittone
117 days ago
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2016 was the awful prologue that sets up the shitshow that 2017 will be. Thanks, regressive assholes.
fxer
117 days ago
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Been waiting for this eclipse since 2000
Bend, Oregon
rraszews
118 days ago
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The horrifying moment when you realize that by the end of January, we're all going to be longing for 2016 to come back.
JayM
118 days ago
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Oh so wrong about what couldn't happen in 2017.
Atlanta, GA
alt_text_bot
118 days ago
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Things are looking good for the eclipse--Nate Silver says Earth will almost definitely still have a moon in August.
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