Containing Multitudes Since 2004
..Bring me the Head of Julius Sumner Miller...hes my man!
It looks like he's trying to do the hand gesture for sexual intercourse but keeps missing. He was probably distressed because we hadn't blown up the rest of the world yet.
I never cared for this man.
We'll meet again, don't know where, don't know when...
Okay, what dance is he doing and why is he wearing that shirt?
It's a bizarre portrait of him I located through an old archive years ago. I don't know what he's doing, I waffled between making him the first in this new series or putting him in "Madmen of the 20th Century." Finally, I opted for the new series. Perhaps another time.
As a "Woman of Science" and a physicist to boot, I almost rather you had put him in "Madmen of the 20th Century" than starting a series called "Men of Science". Love the photographs, as always, but I don't love the series title.What happens when you find a compelling photo of a scientist who happens not to fit the description "Men"? Is "The Scientists" just not snappy enough for you?
I'd agree with "Madmen of the Twentieth Century," if you included some of his Soviet counterparts. Nutty, yeah. But he kept your butt safe so you could minuet your way through physics, liebchen...
minouette, I was doing a take on Tom's already developed series "Men of Faith." This was my counter to that. Naturally when I put up a woman it will say "Women of Science" as Tom does for the "Men of Faith" heading. It's a pliable heading. Being the first in the series I'm not averse to changing it at this point. Perhaps "Faces of Science." Hmmm.
"Faces of Science" it is. Upon reflection, I do have quite a few pics of women in the sciences so the series title in fact made little sense.
I notice no one complains about the Madmen series title.
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