I finally put a few evolution-related images on a Shoppe page … just in case you need a geeky Christmas gift for somebody.
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Come on, science fans, let’s stick together: all you need is a sheet of sticker paper, a printer, and a pair of scissors. Then stick these little Darwins on lunch boxes, laptops, and your friends’ backs. Or pass them out in science classes as geeky prizes for all the little barnacles. It’s his birthday. Show some love.
For all you Arabic-speaking science fans, here’s a rough translation of my Charles Darwin Has A Posse sticker for your lunch box. Sorry it’s so late … not sure you can order stickers in time for Darwin Day (February 12th), but there’s plenty of time for 2016 parties. If there’s an error in the translation, please let me know (I, um, only know how to say “hello” in Arabic).
By the way, if you’re interested in how Darwin and evolution were received in Arabic, get Reading Darwin in Arabic. Thanks to the Department of Modern Languages at Swarthmore College for the translation.
As a bonus, here’s an image courtesy the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia. As part of its “Dialogues with Darwin” exhibit they had a huge wall of translations. The cover art variation was amazing.
Just a silly little graphic I made for a friend coordinating a blood drive … with the idea that a sticker might be made for donors:
I also wrote a silly little blurb, though I’m sure the math could be improved upon:
“Some people might be hesitant to donate blood if they haven’t done it before, so I just wanted to remind everyone that they have, indeed, donated blood before: to mosquitoes. A typical mosquito (always a female, by the way) flies away with 0.001994 mL per meal, at least according to an article from 1937 on blood loss in horses. Not so much, perhaps, but it adds up when her friends find you, too, and they do. So you’ll donate a pint of blood after being visited by 237,212 of the little beasties. Much easier to just sign up and be done with it in 10 minutes. And it won’t itch when you are done!”
I know you’ve all made elaborate plans to celebrate Lincoln’s birthday tonight, but don’t forget to toast Charles Darwin, who shares the birth date but never gets onto the February 12th spot on wall calendars, even when they are published by natural history museums (shame on them). If you want to make some stickers to honor the chap, please visit my Charles Darwin Has A Posse page.