Do you wonder what the SciBlings drool over during the holiday season?
Here are some gift ideas from Janet, Shelley, Greg, Ed, Mo, the Bleimans, and me.
And you can probably guess what Steve suggests.
Surprisingly, I advocate they do their shopping at my site:
http://www.specialtimescience.org and not surprisingly, your site! http://www.geospiza.com/education. :~)
Everyone you mentioned had a lot of great ideas but I especially liked the hilarious cartoon on Steve’s site. It talks about brain implants so it got me wondering. I wonder if they still have Albert Einstein’s brain in storage?
If they do, maybe I can get that? LOL! If I do you will know I did cuz you will see my old one on E-bay! Description: used, but in pretty good shape! :~)
When I get the 21st century version of E=MC squared I will let everyone know! Boy, won’t that be revolutionary!
Dave Briggs :~)
I saw the Walking Brain over on Steve’s site, the Omni Brain Blog, and it is really Neat! There is a video of it walking too! When you go to the link it shows the package and it says it only costs $3.
I left a comment there saying it would be great “Baby Bling,” but at 55 years old I was getting such as big kick out of it that it seems safe to say that it would be enjoyed by all ages!
Dave Briggs :~)
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