Friday, December 21, 2012

We're all here, right?

Of course, the appropriate Chemjobber headline would have been:

"World to End on Friday, Chemists to Suffer Most."

Seriously, though, a very Merry Christmas to you and your family.

See you on Wednesday (or in the comments.) 

9 comments:

  1. Unfortunately, I was a casualty of the Apocalypse. Sad to say!

    Please send flowers to: The Void, One Purgatory Way, Middle of Nowhere.

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  2. Ms. Jacobs blames Global Fracking for ACS Executive Salaries.

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  3. This raise the question of "to what extent will the apocalypse occur?" Will I just die? Will my body be left? Will any of my personal molecules (DNA and such) remain? Will my atoms remain intact? Will all of my neutrons, protons and electrons be scattered over the universe? Will this be a thermonuclear style apocalypse?

    The more I think of it, those Mayans gave us very little to go on. I'm hoping for instant vaporization into the gas phase and maybe some soot (complete with goodly amounts of C60) for effect.

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    1. I was thinking vacuum decay. Even your protons and neutrons would be gone.

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  4. The picture is Aztec, not Maya. This pic says it much better than me:
    https://twitter.com/janinmty/status/281791525283827712

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    1. Heh, heh. In punishment, I will now cut my heart out with a stone knife.

      Ho! Stop me before I make another incorrect joke again!

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  5. Hell gives up its Heat of Fusion: ACS Execs admit it's a Ponzi Scheme.

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  6. Fortunately the chanting of the New Agers did not awaken Cthulhu.

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