Poor kitty, string theory is hard. You know what else is hard? Putting together and presenting a successful TEDx talk! Congratulations on pulling it off, Gem!
Nerdy lolcats make their triumphant return to the Winnipeg Skeptics blog!
Me, slack off on my lolcat duties?! Never!
Ashlyn isn’t keeping up with her lolcat duties, so I thought that I’d repost one of my favourites:
It’s coming! Run for your lives!
If you didn’t know, there is a group called Family Radio that have been putting billboards up all over the world touting May 21st 2011 as Judgement Day; the day Christ will return to Earth, bring forth the Rapture and save the believers. And then 5 months later on Oct 21, 2011, the end of the world will come.
A lot has already been written about them, and in fact the Ask and Atheist radio show has put up the website “We Can’t Know“, in response to Family Radio’s “We Can Know“, website, so I won’t address their claims in this post, other than to say I am skeptical that Jesus is coming back on May 21, after he didn’t come back all of these other predicted times as well.
I was very excited to see a billboard of theirs right here in Winnipeg! On the corner of Pembina and Grant, facing south, is this billboard.
Pretty isn’t it? Go on down, take a look at it, take your picture in front of it, and prepare for the end! The Bible guarantees it, and the Bible has shown itselft to be a reliable document after all…
Now if only there were lolcats that could demonstrate concepts of molecular genetics to me…
See Leslie post on our blog with more details and photos about faking a UFO pic.
Another sciency lolcat to brighten your Friday. I’m currently leaning on this method to pass my Cell Bio exam next week, we’ll see how it goes!