Sunday, March 19, 2017

Science and humor:
Creative Science for young associative 
researchers with a strong imagination 

A comic strip in 114 pictures

Nico van Rooijen

To appear as:


Tiring puzzles and mysteries

42. Unravelling of some problems may seem to be impossible at a first glance.>>

43. Even if you see how it should be done, it might be practically impossible to do it.

44. Sometimes the puzzle may seem to be completely insoluble.>>

45. Or you do not have all the pieces. 

46. On other moments, you do not understand what could be the meaning of your observations.

47. Be aware that what you are seeing is not always reality    

48. Artefacts may obscure your observations.

49. Confusion may be a result of a wrong interpretation of your observations. So, a gypsum desert (White Sands, USA) should not be mistaken for a snow landscape. A Yucca will tell you the truth.   

50 A and B. Freud may divert your attention, if you become tired.

51. If you are becoming too tired, you might even be unable to distinguish above and below.

52. Without access to libraries and/or the internet, you will not be able to get answers on your questions. Go to sleep in that case.

53. But do not sleep too long!

54. Otherwise, you will be dying before you are able to write your first scientific publication. 

No comments:

Post a Comment