Science Caturday: I don’t get it, Chemistry Cat

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I guess that makes me one of the other kind.

Science Caturday: Watch the Birdies

Today is World Migratory Bird Day!  Kittehs love to watch the birdies. For science, of course!

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As for the related subject of bird-assisted coconut migration, it’s a simple question of weight ratios:

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lol via Cheezburger.com, graphic via head-fi.org

Science Caturday: The Latest from CERN

The super-advanced physics kitties at CERN (Chats Européens pour la Recherche Nucléaire) haz some good news and bad news. First the bad news:

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Oops. Luckily, they has builded anofer amazing particle accelerator thingie, and this one will crack it for sure. Introducing the

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Oooooooh, shiny! Stay tuna-ed for moar updates.

photos via Cheezburger.com

Science Caturday: Nootrishun Edishun

Looks like some naughty scientists allowed their kitties to test some highly experimental cat food, with regrettable results:

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Another tragic case:

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Some experiments, while not actually harmful, were also unsuccessful:

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Careful what you feed your cats, people.

all photos from Cheezburger.com

Science Caturday: Adventures of Schrodinger’s Cat

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What’s better than a science lolcat? (OK, besides two science lolcats)  A blog filled with adorable and informative physics kitty cartoons, that’s what. I recently stumbled upon The Adventures of Schrodinger’s Cat, a webcomic blog by an anonymous physics student from Madrid. Besides the classic dead-or-alive thought experiment, the charming cartoon cats explore a wide range of topics in physics, including quantum mechanics, relativity, optics, and string theory.

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Learning stuff with cute kitties is what Science Caturday is all about. You can also get updates at The Adventures of Schrodinger’s Cat Facebook page.

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