« Previous | Main | Next »

February 23, 2011

TODAY'S SCIENCE BRIEFING

This blog is far too mature to bring you Today's Science Briefing.

(Thanks to Charles Salmon)

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Dave, I always suspected there was a stably stratified fluid core in Uranus.

Drink more cranberry juice.

Fortunately, Uranus is on the far side of the solar system.

I'm pretty sure hydrogen sulfide is involved.

i agree with punkin, and you probly need more fiber.

Back in the early 80s or so, the Arizona Republic had a science story with the headline "Rings Around Uranus Believed to Be Gaseous".

And I thought it was just that breakfast burrito!

Beano would help. Maybe Dave should write a column about it.

The Final Frontier.

I was wondering about that tingly, rumbling feeling.....

Better Uranus than Myanus.

I agree with Siouxie. If I'm not mistaken Dave did write a column already about Beano. Should I be worried that I cannot remember my own phone number but I can remember almost every column that Dave has ever written?

Thank you, nursecindy! I have been looking for that column in my collection of Dave's books but we've moved so many times that I couldn't find it.
Don't worry about your memory, so long as you can remember the columns.

I thought Uranus was located near the Tropic of Colon Cancer.

Santorum (if you don't get it, google it).

I am a science teacher. The first day of school with my high school class I said the following:

"Please open your books and look up Uranus."

I am now the most popular teacher in the school. :)

In my world, I hold the title of Chief of Methane Production.

(random: Rick Santorum can't be too pleased with the impact (ha-ha) of this use of his name during a presidential-hopeful run.)

@nursecindy:

Yes. Be afraid, be very afraid.....

I never get tired of hearing about Uranus and talking about Mianus. I just don't.

The only thing better would be to bring Dave's weiner and the nuts into Mianus. Or Uranus. I'm sure they'd be happy either way.

*places ad on Craigslist for a life*

*snork*@Punkin. I can just imagine what kind of scary life you could get from Craigslist if you posted the ad in the wrong category.

The comments to this entry are closed.

-
 
Terms of Service | Privacy Policy | Copyright | About The Miami Herald | Advertise