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Chocolate Molecule Women's Classic Cut
$19.99 $9.99
Chocolate Molecule Women's Classic Cut
"Caffeine is our favorite stimulant. It is easy to get and comes in many forms. But did you know that Caffeine has a sexy younger cousin. Her name is Theobromine, and she's the tasty little number who puts your mind in a happy place while you are eating chocolate. Molecularly similar to caffeine, but with just enough differences to make her a much smoother date, Theobromine is slower to burn out of your system and induces gentle, sensual stimulation to your muscular and cardiovascular systems. Grrrrrrrr! The Theobromine molecule is presented in a beautiful magenta against a sumptuous backdrop of a milk chocolate shirt. Like a raspberry dipped in ganache, this shirt is just waiting to be given to that special someone. In the words of the immortal Barry White, ""Your sweetness is my weakness."" Milk chocolate, 100% cotton ladies' shirt. Looser cut than the babydoll tee, this is considered a ""classic cut"". It's styled for women, but is not tight or fitted. 100% combed ring-spun cotton 1x1 rib, 6.1 oz in Chocolate Brown. This shirt fits like Huge Tracts of Land and Binary Mom. Here's the babydoll cut version of this shirt if you'd prefer a smaller / more fitted shirt. Note: Please reference the table below to choose your size. S M L XL XXL Chest 36 in. 38 in. 42 in. 44 in. 46 in. Length 23 1/4 in. 24 in. 24 3/4 in. 25 1/2 in. 26 1/4 in."
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Quantum Bits
$19.99 $11.99
Quantum Bits
Every once in a while, we give you a product that requires a little bit of imagination. Bacon-flavored things? No need for imagination. Highly caffeinated things? No need for imagination. Adorable plush of your favorite characters? No need for imagination. Quantum Bits? You'll have to put on your imagination hat and let us tell you why you'll love 'em. Quantum Bits are little chips with super-bright LEDs inside. They light up in response to vibration and thus far, here's what we've imagined doing with them: Desk Toy: Fun to poke, tap, flick, toss from hand to hand, etc. Anger Monitor: Place on desk. Will light up when you slam fist on desk. Frustration Monitor: Place on desk. Will light up when you slam face on desk. Runner's Friend: Glue to the backs of your sneakers for nighttime runs. Oontz Oontz Oontz: Put Bits on subwoofer. Turn on tunes. Oooh, trippy. Maker's Friend: Integrate them in your creations. Send us pictures! Each set of Quantum Bits comes with eight chips and each chip has a lifetime of 100,000+ flashes. Got any other cool ideas? Mention them in the comments below! Product Specifications Set of eight motion-sensing LED lights 100,000+ flashes per chip Use them for: Amusement at work while on boring calls Superglue to your sneakers for running at night Bright lights for your subwoofer Integrate them into your building projects ...who knows what else you crazy kids will do! Dimensions: Each bit is 1.25"x 0.5" x 0.25"
ThinkGeek
Obey Gravity - Kids
$12.99 $7.79
Obey Gravity - Kids
"When it comes to natural forces, ThinkGeek prefers magnetism. Why? It's quite simple. We can do stuff like levitate tops and totally pwn our friends. Our second favorite force would have to be Dominant Mind while playing Knights of the Old Republic in Evil mode. That brings us to our third favorite force, Gravity. Yep. And we prefer the Einsteinian model over the Newtonian, as should you. Thinking about building an anti-gravity device in the basement of the science building? Think again Mister Man! Make no attempts to defy gravity. You would be acting against the law. (see standard formula below!) Gravitational force = (G * m1 * m2) / (d2) You may still be underage, but don't give the Gravity Police a reason to knock on your door; do us a favor and always obey gravity. De-molecularization isn't pretty. 100% cotton, pre-shrunk, navy t-shirt with orange / white design with a retro-looking gravity cop (blowing his super sci-fi whistle) and the phrase ""Obey Gravity, It's The law!"" Gravitational constant not included but implied."
ThinkGeek
SpillNot No-Spill Mug Holder
$14.99
SpillNot No-Spill Mug Holder
We love our coffee and TeaEarlGreyHot and caffeinated hot chocolate, but if we had a nickel for every time we've spilled hot beverage on ourselves, we'd have at least five dollars. Who knew the walk from the kitchen back to our cubes would be so fraught with danger? The SpillNot mug holder will save you from spills with the magic of physics! Science FTW! Here's how it works: When you hold a cup of hot beverage, inertia keeps the liquid from moving. But when you walk, you create horizontal force, causing the side of the cup to press against the liquid, which then rises up and over the edge of the cup. The flexible loop handle of SpillNot cannot deliver a lateral acceleration to the saucer or the cup. As the handle moves horizontally, the saucer and cup swing up slightly in the opposite direction, balancing everything out so the liquid stays in the cup. When you are walking normally, the only force acting in a direction that is not parallel to the sides of the cup is the force of gravity. (Of course, if you apply a vertical force by jerking your hand around or dropping the SpillNot, all bets are off!) If the SpillNot is swung all the way around in a loop such that the cup is upside down at the top of the arc, the liquid does not pour out of the cup due to the force which acts in the opposite direction as gravity when the cup is at the top of the arc. (Note: Try this outside with plastic cups first. You need to experiment to get the right amount of speed in your swing.) Ready to carry your burning hot beverage around the office with confidence? Prepared to amaze your friends with crazy stunts starring physics? Get your own SpillNot and be the Mr. Wizard of the office. Product Specifications Genius invention that lets you carry a full cup without spilling it Put the cup on the base, lift and carry SpillNot by the strap You can even do tricks (with some practice, try outside first!) Excellent gift for: science teachers, people who spill drinks a lot Black plastic base with non-slip coaster and woven nylon strap Dimensions: 7.5" tall, 6.25" at widest point, 4.5" wide base for mug
ThinkGeek
Precision Gyroscope
$11.99 $9.99
Precision Gyroscope
"We have many a fond childhood memory of field trips to the science museum. It was there that we got to put our hands all over Science. We saw eggs hatch into baby chickens, we used a lever to lift a Very Heavy Thing, we pushed a button and made a whirlpool, we stared up at the stars in the planetarium, and if our parents shelled out the extra cash, we got to see an IMAX movie about whales. The only down side was that we had limited funds for gift shop purchases. Nothing sucked more than wanting to BUY ALL THE THINGS but only having cash on hand for one of the things. If your childhood lacked a gyroscope, it's time to make up for that oversight. The Precision Gyroscope features tiny ball bearings and near perfect balance, allowing it to spin for several minutes. Perform gravity-defying stunts and tricks with the power of Science! You may be wondering, ""ThinkGeek, what makes this gyroscope better than that other one you have?"" Well, Esteemed Chucklehead, it's simple. The Precision Gyroscope is made from superior materials and crafted to more exacting standards. While you can start it with a string like a classic model, it also comes with an easy starter strap that takes just seconds to use. Go on, think of us as the museum gift shop and get yourself that slice of childhood you missed. Product Specifications Recommended ages: 8 - adult Perform gravity-defying ticks with the power of Science Sturdy metal and plastic construction Two options for starting: Classic pull-string: Thread the cord through the hole in the axle. Wind the cord around the axle while turning it with your thumb and index finger. With a firm grip, pull the cord away from the gyroscope in a motion parallel to the floor. Quick and easy starter strap: Hold the frame and push the starter strap through the frame and wheel. Making sure the strap aligns with the gear of the axle, pull the strap away from the gyroscope. Plastic frame comes in assorted colors (our warehouse robot monkeys will choose one at random)"
ThinkGeek
Ferrofluid Magnetic Display
$29.99
Ferrofluid Magnetic Display
Ever find something that is so simple, but so fun that you lose track of time? That's how we feel about the CZ Ferrofluid Magnetic Display. At first, we were like, meh. Magnets in a bottle? Then we got our hands on it and it was already 6 o'clock and we hadn't done any of our work. Oops. Neato facts about ferrofluid: It's a portmanteau (ferromagnetic + fluid). Did you know that even though portmanteau comes from French, the French call a portmanteau a mot-valise? Trufax...
ThinkGeek
Laboratory Beaker Mug by ThinkGeek
$14.99 $7.49
Laboratory Beaker Mug by ThinkGeek
If you're awesome, you know that coffee's heavenly taste comes from a perfect balance of acids - aliphatic, chlorogenic, and alicyclic carboxylic acids and phenolic acids, and sweet roasted carbohydrates in the form of mono and polysaccharides and sucrose, and alkaloids. Hundreds of different individual chemicals! The combinations of which depend mostly on the roast, skill of the roaster, and even the kind of brewing pot you use... Brought to you by ThinkGeek.
ThinkGeek
Exoplanets Babydoll
$21.99 $9.99
Exoplanets Babydoll
"We love hearing stories about how ThinkGeek t-shirts bring strangers together to geek out about science. Here's an email we received about a space enthusiast meeting up with a retired astrophysicist, thanks to the ""Science To Do"" Portal shirt. Hi -- just wanted to pass along an anecdote that happened earlier today, which happened thanks to one of your t-shirts. At the pharmacy earlier, an older gentleman noticed my T-shirt with its ""Look at me still talking when there's science to do."" slogan, leaned in closer to read it aloud in a New York accent, and then looked up at me with a smile. ""So, you like the sciences. What do you follow?"" I smiled in return. ""All of them, but Astronomy's my favorite. Anything to do with space."" His grin grew, but he got called to the counter. Coming back to me, he continued, ""I was an astrophysicist. I'm 92 now, but in the last 15 years things are changing so fast, it's hard to keep up!"" ""The exoplanets alone!"" I laughed. He nodded. ""And there's a new particle every other day! Anyhow, a pleasure to meet you."" We shook hands. Afterwards, I calculated that he would have been born in 1920 and just about 50 when I was born. I should be so lucid and charming at 50, much less 92. :) Thanks, ThinkGeek, for providing me with such a great encounter. -- Robert D. XKCD reminds us that we're a very small part of a very big universe with this 100% cotton black t-shirt with all the planets printed in a circular pattern. Also available in Unisex."
ThinkGeek
Hydrodynamic Building Set
$89.99 $59.99
Hydrodynamic Building Set
Water is everywhere. It covers 71% of the Earth's surface and composes about 112% of the human body. Gaining control over water would be an awesome super power, but for now we are stuck with using science to master water. Good thing someone invented this Hydrodynamic Building Set. It makes science fun again. But this kit isn't a simple connect the dots - you have to do some thinking! Why? Read on! The instruction manual shows you how the girders connect, how to build the various tanks, and some rendered images of completed projects - but not step-by-step. Your entire model gets built up from the bottom of the carrying case, which acts as the water reservoir and also has a special footing to be the structure's foundation. Level by level, you build your support frame and add your tanks. Then connect all the tubes, add in the valves, and turn on the electric pump. If you've done it right, you'll have an awesome construction everyone will marvel at (a little food coloring helps). Fail and you're all wet - quite probably literally. And Kids: Build something with this kit for a Science Fair Project and you are guaranteed to win (this guarantee not guaranteed)!
ThinkGeek
Periodic BaCoN V-Neck Babydoll
$14.99 $9.99
Periodic BaCoN V-Neck Babydoll
"Seems like everyone has a different way of eating these days. Just at ThinkGeek World Domination HQ we have the carnivores, the pescatarians, the vegetarians, the vegans, and then there's our copywriter monkey who claims to be 100% vegetarian 80% of the time, which requires higher math when we pick a lunch place. Then there was this one guy we met who said he was vegetarian up until the point he smelled bacon cooking. So periodically, he was what we like to call bacontarian. We suggest bacontarianism as an alternative to your already presumably alternative eating habits. Plus, it kind of sounds like a religion. So when someone asks what you believe in, you can say, ""Bacon."" The chemical formula for bacon (okay, it's not... but it SPELLS bacon... we do NOT recommend you attempt to eat this combination of elements), Barium, Cobalt, and Nitrogen, printed with their atomic properties in white on a deep heather babydoll (fitted) v-neck t-shirt."
ThinkGeek
Science Babydoll
$20.99 $12.59
Science Babydoll
"Science: We finally figured out that you could separate fact from superstition by a completely radical method: observation. You can try things, measure them, and see how they work! Bitches. The graph on the back of the shirt is data from the COBE mission, which looked at the background microwave glow of the universe and found that it fit perfectly with the idea that the universe used to be really hot everywhere. This strongly reinforced the Big Bang theory and was one of the most dramatic examples of an experiment agreeing with a theory in history -- the data points fit perfectly, with error bars too small to draw on the graph. It's one of the most triumphant scientific results in history. ""Science / It works, bitches."" on the front with the COBE graph on the back in white on a green babydoll (fitted) t-shirt. The babydoll shirt is a slightly lighter green. If you bought this shirt before 9/15/12, your shirt may be slightly different than the current one. We've now switched this shirt to our standard babydoll blank."
ThinkGeek
Women's Fitted T-shirt Dark Genius Periodic Table of Elements Science Geek Nerd
$39.97
Women's Fitted T-shirt Dark Genius Periodic Table of Elements Science Geek Nerd
Product Number: 030-574876751 Turn heads in this hot, hip, curve-hugging tee from American Apparel. Made of ultra-fine, ring-spun cotton, it gets softer with each washing. Lightweight for summer comfort or winter layering, it's a casual, effortless way to ensure you're stylin' in comfort. * 4.3 oz. 100% ultra-fine combed organic ring-spun jersey * Made in the USA, by American Apparel * size up for a looser fit * Available in Black, Kelly Green, Orange, Asphalt, and Aqua Blue
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