Tag: Sci-ence

Bad what now?

By Phil Plait | June 8, 2012 11:50 am

I suppose this comic will make more sense if, at first, you go here.

Then here.

And then here and here and here and finally here.

I’m not saying it will make sense at that point. I’m just saying there you go.

And I think in that comic panel here I look like Mr. Burns after his weekly medical treatment.

CATEGORIZED UNDER: About this blog, Astronomy, Geekery, Humor
MORE ABOUT: Sci-ence

Supermoon Supercomic

By Phil Plait | May 2, 2012 12:54 pm

Apropos of my last post…

This Sci-ence webcomic went up around the same time I posted my Supermoon deflation a few hours ago.

COINCIDENCE?

Well, yeah. Still, funny.

And man. Those two women must really be tired of me. First the Moon Illusion in the park, and now this.


Related Posts:

- The Supermoon stuff? AGAIN?
- In which I disagree with cartoon Neil Tyson
- Naked I astronomy
- A new SMBC book! Plus, bonus me.

CATEGORIZED UNDER: Astronomy, Debunking, Geekery, Humor

Nothing to do

By Phil Plait | December 28, 2011 11:30 am

Sometimes, over the holidays, it’s easy to think there’s nothing to do. If you feel that way, Sci-ence! wants to have a word with you.

[Click to exnihiloenate.]

And why, yes, that comic does describe me as a child.

… and maybe as an adult, too.


Related posts:

- In which I disagree with cartoon Neil Tyson

CATEGORIZED UNDER: Geekery, Humor
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