Friday, June 23, 2006

Worldcup: The chemical proof ...

... that Germany is going to win!

(This colourfull wonder was achieved by a PhD student at the technical university in Darmstadt.)

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Why do I have to deal with this dirty kitchen?






Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Some cartoons for bio-scientists

antibodies rule revolution racist bacteria



Tuesday, June 13, 2006

I new that Winnie Pooh is all about drugs

The donkey is apathetic, extremely slow and unmotivated: Weed

The piglet is always frightened and paranoid. It also sees "ghosts": LSD, permanent bad trip

Rabbit wants everything for himself and has a huge snout: Coke

Tigger jumps around and can't stay still for a second without getting exhausted: Speed, XTC

Christopher Robin can talk to animals, yeah: Mushrooms

Winnie Pooh has limitless hunger and imaginativeness: Amphetamines, LSD

All just a weird coincidence, or are we all getting manipulated from our youth onwards?


Sunday, June 11, 2006

A hundred little whoops ...

... of football players, referees and other embarassing Oops.

Here you go


Friday, June 09, 2006

London, I'll be back

After endless MSN conversations, fruitless attempts to get a bloody connection via Skype and the unsuccessful search for a tele-discounter, I eventually booked my flights back to London for the end of June. Why? I was caught by the seducing but sometimes dangerous attraction powers of a "certain girl".

Lucky as I've been recently with the weather, there will be permanent thunders storms and three lightnings will strike me. Also the sun will decide to marry a couple of clouds and celebrate a party with the moon behind thick shades.

Still, I can't wait to see Alex and have some fun conversations.


Sunday, June 04, 2006

Iran would be glad...

... about such a deal:

In August, the Wall Street Journal reported on Idaho scrap-metal dealer Tom Johansen's legitimate 1993 purchase of state-of-the-art nuclear reprocessing equipment from a Department of Energy (DOE) surplus sale. Johansen also was able to obtain operating instructions for making bomb-grade uranium with the equipment by paying DOE a $280 photocopying fee. The Wall Street Journal said the sale went through because the DOE man in charge was about to retire and could not persuade his superiors of the inappropriateness of selling such dangerous materials. [Wall Street Journal, 8-3-94]

Sheesh, I always wanted my own 235U enrichment facilities.


Saturday, June 03, 2006

June 6 - a mystic date?

I am used to think about possible "thrilling" blog entries while doing other stuff like cooking or showering (some people also call me the "bathroom thinker"). The most amazing phrases and formulation come to my mind in those situations, but as soon as I sit in front of my laptop typing the entries everything is gone with the wind. Murphy's law?

Anyway, lets contemplate the mystic date of June 6, 2006. Many (some consider as being weird) will remember the biblical interpretation of 666 - the number of the beast. As an agnostic I don't even know whether a god exists, how can I be sure about the deuce? I never understood why a simple combination of numberics can symbolise something evil. (Yes Thomas, I'll burn in hell...)

June 6 is also the launch of an Omen remake and hundreds of other things happens as well, as Wikipedia states. However, historically much more important: it's my birthday, heheheh.

So either the anti-Christ is born and Armageddon is near, or I'll turn 22. I prefer the latter.