the generalist and me
Richard Feynman is rolling in his grave right now. But I’ll get back to that later. My dear friend (and sister-in-law) Jana is attending a seminar in London this weekend. Known as The Generalist (and @JanarlySpeaking on social networking sites), she has been invited to attend a post-talk dinner with the speakers. We’re talking the likes of Richard Dawkins and Richard Fortey (damn, I wish I’d named one of my sons Richard). So J asked me to do some name cards for her. Now back to the original Richard: I used J’s favorite theory, Feynman’s Diagram, as a template for the cards. But I think I just may have killed it. It was like a game of Chinese Whispers, the diagram changing ever so slightly with each card. It was constantly: the squiggly line goes here, the ‘y’ here, the camel toe (yes camel toe) here…
But I hope J likes the cards. I really do. If you love all things to do with life and its scientific pleasures, you can visit Jana’s blog here: thegeneralist.me.
Those are absolutely adorable!! I love how you brought theoretical physics into life through Art, something that Richard Feynman himself appreciated once in his lifetime. Thanks G :)
You’re most welcome! I hope then that you will forgive me for not baking the brownies I thought I might bake for tonight! (I will try to bake them later)
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