These awesome science and math inspired cutting boards can be found at Elysium Woodworks!
Cooking is just carefully-applied, delicious chemistry, so you might as well use as much science as possible when you’re in the kitchen!
Oh Canada, my home and native land.
under the hood …
a look at Nigel Mansell’s & Elio de Angelis’ Lotus 91 at Long Beach, 1982 US West Grand Prix
faroe islands - saksun
this is from a store in los angeles called The Echo Park Time Travel Mart, and it’s pretty much the coolest place
Oh my god!!
I MUST GO HERE. OH MY GOD.
do you see this
this is a white cube
the license plate is the chemical equation for glucose
Sorry…nit picking chemistry rant…
First, this isn’t an equation…chemical equations are a representation of a reaction, this is a representation of a single molecule which we call a molecular formula. Second, you can’t tell what molecule C6H12O6 is from this molecular formula, it could be a number of different molecules.
The cool thing about sugars is that nearly all monosaccharides have the same molecular formula. Fructose, glucose, galactose, fucose…they all have the same molecular formula but different molecular structures.
Glucose is the most common C6H12O6, but there are probably more than a dozen others. There may even be some molecules with that molecular formula that aren’t even sugars…though I’m not able to think of any off hand. So, yeah, the “sugarcube” is completely accurate and extremely clever. But I couldn’t stand by and let this completely esoteric misuse of chemical terminology pass.
nobody cares nerd
Top Gear - McLaren P1 at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps