I want so badly to share some of the diagrams I’ve been working on, but alas, they are a part of my dissertation that will eventually be published so I can’t post them yet. It probably will be a couple years before I can do that. Lame! So in the mean time, here’s another silly little comic. I hope you like it. I think I drew this the same day, in the same dull meeting, as the Chipmunk Bandit.
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Oh man! This month has been beyond busy. I made 12 showgirl costumes, danced in three shows (plus all the rehearsals), applied for several things, finished a milestone draft of that big document I have to write, and spoke at a conference, plus there’s that job I have and classes. With that as an excuse, I offer the above comic as an apology for being away for so long. I drew this a few years ago on the back of a meeting agenda for a meeting I really didn’t need to be at. I think it’s cute. Enjoy!
“A flip & thoroughly anachronistic retelling of what science has been through.”
This is a comic I drew for the final for a class on the history of the scientific method. All quarter we read historical documents on the scientific method, including essays by Plato, Aristotle, and the like. The final project requirements were very open – it could have been an essay, art project, or really anything demonstrating that we learned something. This is what I decided to do. I think this is much better than my original plan to analyze how the Mythbusters used or misused the scientific method.
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