Aug 15, 2008

New Science Experiment

I've been really busy the last month and my scientific studies have taken a back seat. Yesterday I blew the dust off my microscope and decided to again contribute to the vast knowledge of the scientific community.
It all started when I was rummaging though the refrigerator and I came upon some vegetables that should have been tossed a few days earlier. As I looked at the shriveled-up carrot I pondered "What's a carrot made of anyway?"
With my handy dime store microscope and my mail order x-ray glasses I discovered the answer -

Carrots are made up of tiny, fast moving, cranky carrot molecules. Not sure where they fall in the periodic table but they certainly are cute!


Oh, and here's what a green bean looks like at the molecular level - just as boring if you ask me...


Look for these Atomic Veggie Magnets in my ETSY store - filed under the "Weird Science" section of course...
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7 COMMENTS - Click here to leave YOURS!:

rkdsign88 said...

Your works are so cute, love them :)

elphabainwicked said...

Awesome!!! But I think you need to direct the people to the "sold" section of your Etsy store...DOH!!!

(grinning)

Tina

Tizzalicious said...

They are both so cute!

alpha said...

these are cute, robin.

btw, thanks for the comment on my blog. i appreciate it.

Kim said...

these are very cute Robin..
I love the name too ..Atomic Veggie Magnets...very unique :)

TopTwinMom said...

Those are so cute and I love the story of them.

PurrPrints said...

CUTE!

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