I guess that makes me one of the other kind.
Today is World Migratory Bird Day! Kittehs love to watch the birdies. For science, of course!
As for the related subject of bird-assisted coconut migration, it’s a simple question of weight ratios:
lol via Cheezburger.com, graphic via head-fi.org
The super-advanced physics kitties at CERN (Chats Européens pour la Recherche Nucléaire) haz some good news and bad news. First the bad news:
Oops. Luckily, they has builded anofer amazing particle accelerator thingie, and this one will crack it for sure. Introducing the
Oooooooh, shiny! Stay tuna-ed for moar updates.
photos via Cheezburger.com
Looks like some naughty scientists allowed their kitties to test some highly experimental cat food, with regrettable results:
Another tragic case:
Some experiments, while not actually harmful, were also unsuccessful:
Careful what you feed your cats, people.
all photos from Cheezburger.com
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.
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.