The Cartoon Periodic Chart and the Cartoon Periodic Chart 1st 18 elements posters are now for sale at Penny Pickles. Take the family and have a great day of imaginative fun!
John R. Huizenga, a physicist who helped build the world’s first atom bomb, solve dozens of atomic riddles and debunk claims that scientists in Utah had achieved nuclear fusion in a jar of water, died on Saturday in San Diego. He was 92.Read More
The Cartoon Periodic Chart The First 18 Elements is now open for public voting on the National Science Foundation website as part of the International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge. Please consider voting for the (abbreviated version of the) project which has been the focus of my life for the past 15 years!
Go to the right pull down menu, switch from All Categories to Posters & Graphics, scroll down to The Cartoon Periodic Chart The First 18 Elements, look for the big strawberry and click the Vote button!
Public Voting ends on Nov 29, 2013 11:59 PM EST.
Full disclosure - you will be asked to open an account.
Dr. Goldstein is a historian and philosopher of science, librarian, and ontological engineer. See his most recent blog post on the Cartoon Periodic Chart!