STEM SCIENCE HUMOR....First law of Cartoon physics
Nikola Tesla 1850: "Tesla Coil" electrical resonant transformer Micheal Faraday 1791: "electrolysis" direct electric current (DC current) James Maxwell 1831: Magnetic field Marie Curie 1807: radio activity Issac Newton 1642: Astronomy Albert Einstein 1879: space/time theory James Watson & Francis Crick 1928/1916: DNA Neils Bohr 1885: Atomic model Charles Darwin 1809: Evolution
School of Fisher: Interactive Notebook Planning! Interactive notebooks have saved my math and science teaching! Love them!
I am not a math person (I am more of an "everything but math, history, and anything that requires physical exertion but especially art and science" kind of person) but this is just too cute! I want a t-shirt with this!
Spotted in a physics textbook.
Physics || I suddenly realize my love affair with physics has informed my entire relationship philosophy foundation.