Cell biologists are afraid of falling into debt. They’re might-owe-chondriacs.
Those who split the atom were true divisionaries.
The first Concorde failed to achieve its goal of doubling the speed of sound. The dejected aeronautics engineers were upset, saying, “I guess it’s Mach 2 basics.”
When God made Eve, he split the Adam. And on the seventh day, he went fission.
Early astronauts had it tough: they worked in Apollo-ing conditions.
They should shut down particle accelerators. I see no CERNible benefits.
Why did Einstein never stop at a single beer?
Because he was obsessed with re-ale-itivity!
The speck of dust took another speck of dust to court, for reasons of tardiness. It was a particle-u-late matter.
NED: I’ve got a shameful scientific confession.
ED: What’s that?
NED: Well, I’ve been dabbling in…
ED: What is it?
NED: Well, it’s reverse-life-cycle cloning…
NED: Yes. Reverse-life-cycle cloning. I can’t bear the guilt any more…
ED: For god’s sake, man – get an old of yourself!
I was always fascinated by the metric system, thanks to my gram awe’s influence. At school I wasn’t like the rest of the kgs: I certainly wasn’t the litre, and the bullies just wouldn’t lb me alone. At home my dear nano couldn’t console me, nor could my friend Milli who centi me a deca cards to cheer me up. Eventually I cheered up, however, and the abuse didn’t last furlong.