… I appear to have been looking in the wrong direction.
What was I thinking, looking up?
Tip o’ the dew shield to Paolo Amoroso and the Star Generator.
Shows your power for good astronomy.
They do listen to you.
Possible science adv. role in future flims????
Xtra bux and credits…lol
I must have missed that one when I was down there last week. I guess I got too excited when I stumbled across Tony Danza and Big Birds stars.
I’m looking for a generator that does Crop Circle messages. Any help?
Speaking of awards, I think you’ve earned at least two science blogger merit badges. Wear with pride!
Gee, and with the ISR ‘star’, you can look almost any direction!
A star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame….I am soooo proud. Now you have a star named for you Up and Down. [ Tongue lodged in cheek]
I have a bad habit of reading comments before I’ve exhausted all the links in the introduction section. Anyway my B.S. detector was going off when I saw that and later confirmed when I saw anyone can make a star. Pretty cool!
Well, I already knew that astronomers were rich, so I guess you might as well be famous also.
Average income figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics website:
Physicists $ 91,480
Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers $ 79,990
Biochemists and Biophysicists $ 75,320
Materials Scientists $ 74,350
Psychologists $ 74,250
Atmospheric and Space Scientists $ 73,020
Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists $ 69,140
Hydrologists $ 67,260
Life Scientists, All Other $ 64,570
Biological Scientists, All Other $ 63,670
Chemists $ 63,470
Microbiologists $ 63,360
Sociologists $ 61,700
Soil and Plant Scientists $ 58,040
Environmental Scientists and Specialists $ 57,470
Food Scientists and Technologists $ 56,840
Epidemiologists $ 56,340
Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists $ 55,280
Conservation Scientists $ 54,640
Foresters $ 51,030
Anthropologists and Archeologists $ 50,060
Animal Scientists $ 47,600
a Computer Information Scientist makes $94,030 according to their website… if they are a researcher (actual scientist), If they are like me, and work in a “Verbally-Abuse-a-Technologist-Who’s-Smarter-Than-You” field, it drops to $43,380… Dang still below national average, maybe it’s because I live in Indiana 😛
Ahahhaha, that’s such bad photoshopping. The perspective of the letters doesn’t match the perspective of the sidewalk.
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