# We need a Physics Calendar anyone?

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We need a "Physics Calendar"...anyone?

One that shows when Newton's Birthday is, when Eistein discovered general relativity, etc. Then when something shows up we can go geeky on our facebook pals and say "Happy Newton's Day!!!"

And they'll be all like "s/he's such a nerdy dweeb!"

And we'll be all like

Does anyone have the goods?

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Pengwuino
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*facepalm*

jhae2.718
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Unfortunately, as time is not absolute Physics cannot provide you with such a timeline.

Astronuc
Staff Emeritus

And π-day, and e-ster.

Astronuc
Staff Emeritus

Unfortunately, as time is not absolute Physics cannot provide you with such a timeline.

See http://www.pacificsciencecenter.org/cos/ [Broken]

Apparently, today was the first vaccination against smallpox by somebody called Edward Jenner...

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FtlIsAwesome
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Unfortunately, as time is not absolute Physics cannot provide you with such a timeline.
:tongue2:

dlgoff
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One that shows when Newton's Birthday is, when Eistein discovered general relativity, etc. Then when something shows up we can go geeky on our facebook pals and say "Happy Newton's Day!!!"

And they'll be all like "s/he's such a nerdy dweeb!"

And we'll be all like

Does anyone have the goods?

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and e-ster.
:rofl:

dlgoff