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'No, this is its nucleus, not its cell phone.'
'Mars is known as the 'red planet'? Does it have debt problem like ours?'
'Children, this is your new science teacher.'
The science fair is tomorrow, and I need to build a model of a nuclear power plant. Can you help me?
"Why do leaves change color?"
Gravity - What good is it?
"Do you have anything that will get Magic Marker off a dry erase board?"
'I told the teacher, I just couldn't dissect a frog today. It was a moral thing...and plus I knew the guy...'
Jeans Vs. Genes.
'In that case we will ALL wait for the results of the lab assistant's DNA test on the chalk.'
'Why aren't comets ever discovered by people named Smith or Jones?'
'For the last time, William, we will be dissecting the frog, not butchering it.'
'Children, this is your new science teacher. He will teach you 'How did he made the world in six days.''
More velocity, less wing area Jeffery.
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"It means 'Evan is a miserable cretin times two!' What does yours mean, Albert?"
"I never do vivisection on a first date."
"It says here that people can't live without soil. I knew it!"
'Oh, wow, you found my science project ant it works!'
'No, I think the universe is bigger than the twitterverse and the blogosphere put together.'
"She asked what kind of a creature comes out at night after we're asleep, and I said Santa. What's wrong with that?"
"Hello, dear. Come see what Junior learned in school today."
"Miss, today are we splitting the frog, or the atom?"
The Church of DanaeDanaeism: 'The perfection of Danaeism is that our unquestioned dogma is flexible.'
'...then add some of the yellow powder to those blue crystals, heat it for a while, and see how you like it.'
"Coal used to come in hard pieces, like rocks."