Dear Readers! Wonderful news! The Science Channel Lady has been kind enough to drop by the blog today and answer some questions for us! We couldn’t be more delighted!
Here’s our first question for you Science Channel Lady:
Ha! Now this is a question that keeps me up at night! Thinking about books and pencils and other things too like oxygen and hydrogen and carbon dioxide and how I attended junior high school with Carl Sagan!
Which reminds me . . . did I mention yet that plutonium is an element that is heavier than uranium? Because it is you know! I don’t care who you are. You could be the President of the United States or you could be Betsy Sue Parker who went out with Carl Sagan in junior high school for about three days! Ha!
Obviously Carl didn’t have any idea that Betsy Sue Parker didn’t know plutonium was heavier than uranium like I did — or he would have never EVER asked her to the Valentine’s Day dance. He would have asked me. That’s who he would have asked. He would have asked MEEEEEEEEE!
Hmmm. . . well all I know is that when I went to junior high school with Carl Sagan, I remember that Carl went out with both of them at the same time for about two whole weeks!
And you know how they say two heads are better than one? Well not in their case. I know for a fact that neither one of them knew that Alcaligenes paradoxus was on the list of approved bacterium. They thought it was on the list of bacterium waiting to be approved. Can you imagine?
I can’t think what Carl Sagan saw in those two air heads or why he let them take him to the Sadie Hawkins dance when he should have gone with me. MEEEEEE!
Okie Doke. Fortunately we only have time for one more question Science Channel Lady.
Hmmm . . . that depends. Let me use an example from when I attended junior high school with Carl Sagan. You see, Carl liked a lot of girls who I would have to categorize as dogs– intellectually speaking, of course! For instance, he once liked a girl who failed to start every sentence with “according to the laws of physics” like I did! (What a woof!)
And frankly, just between you and me and the Unified Field Theory, Carl was a great big chicken. Otherwise he would have had the courage to go out with me. MEEEEEEEE!
Okay! That’s all the question we have time for today Science Channel Lady. Thank you for coming by.
Okay. But did I mention that Carl Sagan went to junior school with me. MEEEE!
Yeah we got that.
Until next time . . . I love you