From her perspective, it is a sensible thing to do. Solar Panels are a new thing. Traditional Tory voters generally don’t like new things, and since the aim of the pre-election game is to bash things that traditional Tory voters don’t like, it’s time to get out the Solar Panel flogging stick.
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I now do lots of science blogging over at Tycho’s Nose, an excellent blog put together by Gilead, Keir and myself. Whilst the site’s content usually consists of long, thought-out pieces on interesting and varied topics, I was challenged to do the blooming ice bucket and figured that I would only do it if i was teaching people stuff.
So yeah, combined gas law for the win. The experiment works beautifully and the moment where I pull in the whiteboard isn’t overly cheesy (although still very cheesy) but hell people have messaged me to say they enjoyed learning the gas law so why the hell not.
Watch me swear my way through the history of the Hellenistic middle east in front of a crowd of rowdy drunk people who just finished watching the World Cup
For a bit of a laugh, I frequently challenge my friends to topics on Quiz-up that I know we both know literally know nothing about. My main topic of choice used to be “Nicki Minaj” but recently I suspect that my younger brother is secretly studying Minaj facts so he can beat me at it.* Anyway, there have been a couple of times I’ve scored so badly in these joke Quizup games I’ve wondered:
Would I actually just been better off jabbing at the screen at random?