In my ever evolving attempt to have fun, I’m adding a new style of post called ‘empty set’. The truth of the matter is much of the inspiration credit has to go to Ben, who has his own incredible blog False Facts. I hope everyone enjoys. Edit: I totally recognize that I may be butchering the actual mathematical concept of an empty set with my layout. Sorry. But that’s pretty much par for course with me.
Quanta: Kefka’s right-hand stooge.
Tevatron: A robotic pair of sports sandals.
Exotic Mesons: What Caucasian mesons call Asian mesons due to latent racism.
Quantum Vacuum: The world’s smallest vacuum, made by Hoover.
Quantum Violin: The world’s smallest violin, and it plays a sad song for you.
Bare Assertion Fallacy: The fallacious belief that an assertion is more true if made while naked.
Nicolas Steno: Inventor of the steno pad.
Law of Superposition: The law stating that writing follows a time sequence; therefore, the writing on the top of a steno pad is older than the writing on the bottom.
Principle of Original Horizontality: The principle that even if writing starts to rainbow, it was originally meant to be horizontal.
Principle of Lateral Continuity: To help facilitate top-to-bottom and horizontal consistency, Nicolas Steno included lateral lines on his steno pads.
Boils Law: The law stating that boiling food over time leads to increased mushiness.
Utopianist: Someone who plays the utopiano.
Unintentional inspiration credit goes to rzinz.
Zoology: The science of building zoos.
Anthrozoology: The science of building zoos filled with humans.
Paleozoology: The science of building zoos filled with dinosaurs.
Cryptozoology: The science of building zoos filled with zombies.