great comics and stuffs from casey scieszka and steven weinberg.

great comics and stuffs from casey scieszka and steven weinberg.

Steven Weinberg - Theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate in Physics for his contributions  to the unification of the weak force and electromagnetic interaction between elementary particles

Steven Weinberg - Theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate in Physics for his contributions to the unification of the weak force and electromagnetic interaction between elementary particles

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Steven Weinberg, Citron Shoal Boat. I think it looks like a bubbly, watery piece of honeydew melon.

Steven Weinberg, Citron Shoal Boat. I think it looks like a bubbly, watery piece of honeydew melon.

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Ci sono persone buone che fanno cose buone e persone cattive che fanno cose cattive, ma se volete trovare gente buona che faccia cose cattive, rivolgetevi alla religione. (Steven Weinberg)

Ci sono persone buone che fanno cose buone e persone cattive che fanno cose cattive, ma se volete trovare gente buona che faccia cose cattive, rivolgetevi alla religione. (Steven Weinberg)

Finding a Favorite Painter by Steven Weinberg : Editor’s Note: This is Steven Weinberg’s third comic in a series that explores the life of a former Brooklyn artist (Neil Welliver) who has moved to the Catskills.

Finding a Favorite Painter by Steven Weinberg : Editor’s Note: This is Steven Weinberg’s third comic in a series that explores the life of a former Brooklyn artist (Neil Welliver) who has moved to the Catskills.

To Explain the World: A Conversation with Steven Weinberg Nobel Prize-winning physicist Steven Weinberg spoke about science and history, drawing from his book "To Explain the World: The Discovery of Modern Science." Professor Weinberg painted a new and compelling picture of the development of scientific thought and exploration in a conversation moderated by Peabody Award-winning journalist John Hockenberry. By: World Science Festival.Donate to

To Explain the World: A Conversation with Steven Weinberg Nobel Prize-winning physicist Steven Weinberg spoke about science and history, drawing from his book "To Explain the World: The Discovery of Modern Science." Professor Weinberg painted a new and compelling picture of the development of scientific thought and exploration in a conversation moderated by Peabody Award-winning journalist John Hockenberry. By: World Science Festival.Donate to

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