Science Has Never Been So Awesome!

By Jimmy Rogers
Contributing Writer, [GAS]

I just discovered this and all I can say is WOW!

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Yes, you are reading that image correctly.  It’s a list of everything that is awesome, organized on the periodic table.  In fact each major type of awesome has its own property-based group.  Here are some highlights:

  • Bacon is the atomic equivalent of Hydrogen.
  • Group I is Awesome People.
  • Group II contains Explosions, several types.
  • Groups III-XII include ways to destroy your enemy if you live in a video game (who doesn’t?) – also includes some hypothetical spaces, just in case.
  • The Yellow group is a smattering of different things including Boobs, Sex, Space, and Lightning…could probably put together a movie based on that alone!
  • The Brown group is awesome foods like Ribs and Kool Aid.
  • The Blue group is a list of delicacies.
  • Group XVII is awesome things that can be defeated (Pirates, Zombies).
  • Group XVIII is awesome things that cannot (Ninjas).
  • The first “extra” row is awesome animals.
  • The last “extra” row is how to be awesome yourself.

If you have any questions, I’m afraid you’re just not awesome, but feel free to put them in the comments below.  Hopefully someone more awesome than you will be able to help.

[Dapperstache via io9]

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38 Responses to Science Has Never Been So Awesome!

  1. I was going to print this poster size and hang on the wall but there is a typo! (Jet fighters) think i might just photoshop the typo. :)

  2. I was going to print this poster size and hang on the wall but there is a typo! (Jet fighters) think i might just photoshop the typo. :)

  3. in response to hannah P. Gold and silver's symbol does have sumthn to do with it. I am unsure as to silver. But gold (Au) means aurous. Same as iron which is Fe. Ferous.

  4. in response to hannah P. Gold and silver’s symbol does have sumthn to do with it. I am unsure as to silver. But gold (Au) means aurous. Same as iron which is Fe. Ferous.

  5. Au stands for Aurum. the latin for gold. Fe means ferrum. the latin for (can you guess!) iron. bloody americans. almost as bad as ‘sulfur’ or ‘color’. we invented the goddamn language!

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