The people who made this possible

I want to take a moment here to thank some of the many people who have been kind enough to donate their time and/or resources to this website over the years: (updated 12-17-15)

Atom (a.k.a. Adam Goren from Atom and His Package”):  Atom not only let me use his picture for a silly joke about atomic theory, but also sent me an unreleased song that he never got around to putting out.  Very awesome!

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Atom, sans package.

Scott Meyer (the mind behind Basic Instructions):  Over the years, Scott has allowed me to use a number of his comics for the cause of education.  My very favorite is a picture I used to hang over my desk at school:

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Milo Aukerman (from the Descendents):  For no reason at all, Milo agreed to write the forward for “The Complete Idiot’s Guide To Chemistry”, even though he works as both a biochemist at Du Pont and a musician with the Descendents.  Thank you again, Milo, for your help and for generally rocking out.

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Matt Neuland of carsandwater, whose Red Hot Nickel ball has both enhanced this site and inspired me to burn things.  Thanks Matt, for letting me use a pic of your awesome destruction!

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Audrey Dow:  Her kind financial support has helped to keep the site running.  Thanks!

The many people who have edited the site:  My wife did a lot of this, but I’ve also gotten about a million emails from people telling me about something that went wrong.  Thank you – I really appreciate it!

My son, Steve:  He’s been kind enough to contribute the occasional feature “Steve’s Science News”, in which he informs everybody about upcoming awesomeness in science.  Thanks, bud.

My wife:  She supports me in staying home to work on the site full-time even though it doesn’t make any money and occasionally drives me insane.  Thanks, hon!

Most of all, I want to thank my bookie for not breaking my legs.  I appreciate the gift of continued locomotion, Morty!

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