Entries Tagged “Science”

Funny Animals

1. Tardigrades

Also known as water bears, these microorganisms can live anywhere on Earth and look awfully like eight-legged bears in puffy space suits. See also Science.

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Funny Insults

2. Yo Mama and a Burger Are Like Uranium 235 and Uranium 238

Uranium 235 and Uranium 238 are almost inseparable isotopes. See also Science.

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Funny Phrases

3. 1,2. Bis-hydroxy Chickenwire

In organic chemistry class, what to name a structure containing at least one benzene ring, when you have no idea what is actually is. See also Science.

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Funny Things

4. Artist's Rendition

Probably inaccurate as to how extinct creatures actually appeared, but, hey, looks cool. See also Science.

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Funny Words

5. Fardingbag

The first stomach of a cow. See also Farming, Science.

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Funny Things to Do

6. Dividing by Zero

Nothing kills time like ripping open the fabric of existence! See also Math, Science.

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Funny Words

7. Angiosperm

Scientific term for a group of eukaryotes. See also Science.

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Funny Phrases

8. Experimenting with Drugs and Sex

Speculate, form a hypothesis, test your knowledge, gather results. See also Drugs, Science, Sex.

Added by DieterW on May 31, 2011| 1 Comment | You Like This |

Funny Animals

9. Volvox

Volvox is a type of microbe. A microbe is a living cell that is so small, you can't see it with your naked eye. It is a type of Algae. But you have to admit, Volvox sounds pretty funny. See also Science.

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Funny Things

10. Wavicle

A subatomic particle that acts both like a wave and a particle. See also Science.

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