If I knew what to say here it would be clever. #swimlyfe
A classification system for science news
Science news and articles are becoming increasingly popular, but with so much being written about so many things, it can be confusing for the beginner science enthusiast to grasp what they’re reading and how to interpret it. A simple classification system could help remedy this…
Read the article by Dean Burnett
Illustrations by Barry Welch.
SO TODAY IN CLASS THIS GIRL ASKED
“DO YOU SHIP KIDS?”
AND AFTER EXPLAINING WHAT SHIPPING WAS, THE TEACHER RESPONDED,
“well….yes, we talk about it in the staff room. Who would look cute with who…”
AND THEN WE HAD A FOLLOW UP QUESTION
“does it affect seating?”
did you know soap doesn’t really clean your hands it just makes the water molecules smaller so the water can go into smaller crevices in your skin isn’t that the weirdest shit you’ve read today
It’s also the wrongest shit I’ve read today.
You cannot make a water molecule “smaller”.
Soap is a surfactant. One end of a long molecule can bind to H2O molecules and one end can bind easily to oil and grease on your hands. Then you rinse to wash the entire bonded mess away.