From Resisting Happiness by Matthew Kelly
What a great way to learn physics terms!
From Christoph Niemann’s Abstract City: “To describe different phenomena, physicists use various units. PASCALS, for example, measure the pressure applied to a certain area. COULOMBS measure electric charge (that can occur if said area is a synthetic carpet). DECIBELS measure the intensity of the trouble the physicist gets into because he didn’t take off his shoes first.”
In Utrecht, artists Jan Is De Man and Deef Feed created the illusion of a bookcase on the side of a building. See the complete article here.
I’m not sure I agree with all of these but I found this infographic interesting. Thanks to The Expert Editor for sharing it.