Herr Direktor Funranium has a grand day out exploring in the land of Big Science. Many pictures in here, so brace for slow loading.
Herr Direktor Funranium checks to see if he can do something this delicious more than once.
Herr Direktor Funranium takes a break from building Oktoberfest steins to make some cocktails.
I give you the creations of Fake Science. One need not be a scientist, drunk, or hep’d up on caffeine to enjoy. In particular, Electrolytes. They are what plants crave:
A chance to parlay your own wares into sweet, sweet caffeination and/or cold beer.
Herr Direktor Funranium has some love to share.
Herr Direktor Funranium takes the time to answer some questions from you, The Public.
A coupon good until the 4th of October to help you with your Scientific Drinking needs.
Steins of Science…In Action! Words, plus a of video misapplied scientific apparatus and a photo of a dang shiny stein.
Some gushing for the newly upgraded website.
A not so subtle reminder about the approaching beer-y holidays.
Now that I am once more awash in BBotE to share with the world, I have the time to collect some travel related thoughts before they fall out of my brain completely. It is a bit early in the morning to maintain my usual standards of insobriety, so you’ll have to excuse that and be …
Opening browser when I should be getting ready for bed…check.
Credit card smoking slightly from purchase for experimental purposes…check.
Pint glass full of cocktail…very check.
Alright let’s do this.
In response to an urgent missive that asked if I was adding an extra caffeine to BBotE (or, perhaps, massive quantities of speed) I must answer with a most emphatic “No”. He took a 50ml belt around 10pm before heading out the clubs, was still dancing long after the bar closed and, after willing himself …
My time in Australia and New Zealand taught me several important lessons: 1) Winter is the best time to visit the antipodes. Most of the unpleasant wildlife is hiding from the elements. Humans, luckily, have mastered pants technology and can cope with inclement weather. Sadly, winter does limit the scantily clad on display. Take the …