Apocalyptic storm hits Sydney’s eastern and southern suburbs bringing heavy rain and risk of flash flooding, March 5th, 2014.
You might find it hard to imagine gravity as a weak force, but consider that a small magnet can hold up a paper clip, even though the entire earth is pulling down on it.
Q:Please don't steal photos that a) belong to someone else, b) are of someone's child, and c) are related to a different cause and twist them to make them fit your own agenda. It's inappropriate and I'm quite disappointed that you would think this was okay. As a feminist and lover of science I absolutely support the idea behind it, but please go about it in a way that does not involve theft of and taking credit for someone else's work. Create your own unique works to support the cause!
Hi Anon, I sorry to upset you for this post. If you look at the blog, you will see that I always give credit on each input and also link to the original source. If this time I didn’t made it is because I have not found the source. A single word from the author is enough to remove the photo immediately. In the mean time, and just for the record:
a) There is no “own agenda”, only “own opinion”. These are very different things.
b) The url inserted in the photo is only to make clear that this photo was faked as I say in the entry.
c) I linked to the original picture, but not to the blog because I lost it.
d) Well, after your claim I did some search and I found one source: this one (although you can find them in dozens of sites, and in different years).
e) It does not fits the strict sense of ethics that is deducted from your comment, with the use of anonymity to voice a complaint or indictment (or just opinion, indeed).
I have no dress except the one I wear every day. If you are going to be kind enough to give me one, please let it be practical and dark so that I can put it on afterwards to go to the laboratory.