Diesel Sweeties by Richard Stevens 3 (CC BY-NC 2.5)
There are comics that are card-carrying “science comics” that teach science (eg, Boxplot by Maki Naro) and express truths about the experience of being a scientist (eg, Piled Higher & Deeper by Jorge Cham). There are those that are super-nerdy all the time, like xkcd by Randall Munroe.
Then there are the comics that occasionally brush up against the scientific world – dropping a punchline that hints at larger concepts, drawing in those who understand and inviting inquiry from those who don’t. This strip from Diesel Sweeties by Richard Stevens 3 is part of that tradition.
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Tagged Art, Boxplot, Cartoons, cat, Comic strip, Comics, Danielle Corsetto, Diesel Sweeties, Girls with Slingshots, Jorge Cham, Linkonomicon, Maki Naro, PhD Comics, Piled Higher & Deeper, Quantum mechanics, Richard Stevens 3, Schrodinger, Schrodinger's cat
Girls with Slingshots #358 by Danielle Corsetto (All Rights Reserved – Used & Adapted with Permission)
This one goes back to November 2007, but I recently rediscovered a lovely bit of science humor and art from Danielle Corsetto in her wonderful comic strip Girls with Slingshots. As an added bonus, note that Hazel wins for “Most Sophisticated” costume, not “Nerdiest”.
The actual strip feature no real nudity, but, if your workplace or conservative christian dominated place of residence objects to pseudo-nudity, you may want click through in a private location.*
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*Girls with Slingshots is very funny, poignant, and has strong sexual themes. So, some employers may not want you browsing there on your work computer