Here at the way of the geophysicist. We love neologisms. How do you like this one? The Story of Sisyphus Sisyphus is a figure from Greek mythology. He was a pretty smart fellow, tricking death several times. However, in the end he is punished with the eternal task of pushing a boulder up a hill. […]
This beautiful shirt tells it how it is. Except maybe that rarely any invention is named after the one who found it anymore.
Science needs you. Become a scientist! The benefits are clear:
- Work on your free weekends
- Incredibly low wages
- Study cool stuff
- Wear a lab coat
Your mileage may vary. Yay Science!
I find it hard to believe that it his come so far that the poor state of science has made it onto mass produced t-shirts.
— Jesper Dramsch (@JesperDramsch) August 28, 2015
If you’re grumpy today, just enjoy this comic! If you have any clue, where to find more of these, let me know. My Google Fu didn’t help me find the original author.
This is my life in 4 panels right now:
Also check out the other PHD comics, they’re amazing if you’re in grad school.
Halfway through my thesis, this may be one of my biggest fears:
via George Takei Working with seismic data packages can be quite a hassle. The User Interface is stuck somewhere beyond the 80s’ and you wonder where you’re supposed to supply the punchcard. Has anyone tried this novel approach yet?
You know the Disney princesses. You have seen them reimagined as guys, as pregnant, across different ethnicities and bearded. Now finally geologists get their fair share of Disney reimagination as well. (Yes even more than the bearded ones.) I present to you the work of Kevin Bolk: Disney princesses reimagined as pile of rocks. Cherterella […]
Courtesy of Jorge Cham at PHDComics
Stones can be very useful.
Just a quick reminder, how geologists view the world: via tastefully offensive