Posted on February 15, 2012 by Tia Lalani

You might be a scientist if… 1. you know every letter of the Greek alphabet but don’t speak a word of Greek. 2. you have used every function on your graphing calculator. 3. if you wash your hands BEFORE you use the washroom. (One for the chemists, there…) 4. as a child, you practiced Nobel …

You might be a scientist if…

1. you know every letter of the Greek alphabet but don’t speak a word of Greek.
2. you have used every function on your graphing calculator.
3. if you wash your hands BEFORE you use the washroom. (One for the chemists, there…)
4. as a child, you practiced Nobel acceptance speeches but left the subject area blank.
5. you know Han shot first. And that was cool.

And finally, you might be a scientist if you have ever rolled your eyes and thought to yourself, “If you don’t know how it works (insert “Large Hadron Collider”, “water flouridation”, “genetically-modified food” or “carbon capture” for example), don’t tell me how it will destroy the world.”

Scientist or not, don’t miss page 26 of¬†this week’s newsletter – you can thank me later.


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