They should really teach the elements song in school. Then maybe today's youth wouldn't be so stupid. No lie, I asked a kid at the mall yesterday to go in and buy me a novelty shirt from Hot Topik what his favorite element was, and you know what he said? Plastic. F***ing plastic! WHO'S FAVORITE ELEMENT IS PLASTIC?! Mine's styrofoam. Also, I really hope the girl in the bottom corner doesn't read Geekologie, but I'm pretty sure she forgot the words to the song. YOU WILL NEVER BE A HARAJUKU GIRL!
The Periodic Table of Videos is a project created by University of Nottingham professor Martyn Poiakoff and video journalist Brady Haran to teach the masses all neat facts about the various chemical elements. This is a teaser trailer here, but you can go to their official webs... / Continue →
Zero chemicals, zero fun -- just ask my brain.
The Chemistry 60 educational lab kit comes with a bunch of crap/garbage to perform '60 Fun Activities With No Chemicals', making it only slightly funner than an ant farm with no ants and nowhere near as fun as a Physics kit with n... / Continue →
Gallium (Ga, atomic #31 between zinc and germanium) is a silvery metallic metal not found elementally in nature. But that's not what's important, what's important is it melts just a little above room temperature (~86Â°F, 30Â°C). So you can mold it into whatever you want (but ... / Continue →