Archive for Hygiene Science

Science Now! for Kids: Update!

Posted in Absolute Concept, First Time Docs, GOD, Haegar und Hygiene, Human Interest Story, Krream Cheese, Science Now! with tags , , , , , , on December 8, 2008 by machosteakjet

Any budding young scientist knows that when it comes to learning about German Hygiene Science, there’s no better place to start than here. For those of you who are familiar with the place where German Hygiene Science begins on the internet, there have been some recent additions that should please the Science Lover in anyone:

The Roy Orbison in Clingfilm Adventure Game

…and for the holidays there’s this heartwarming classic:

Roy Orbison in Clingfilm at Christmas.

Science Now! Holiday Edition!

Posted in Krream Cheese, Science, Science Now! with tags , , , , on September 30, 2008 by machosteakjet

Merry Rosh Hashanah! On this holy day, 5,769 years ago, the Jews invented the planet Earth. To honor the Jewish readers of Machosteakjet’s Premier Journal of Modern Day Sciences for their technological achievement, we will focus on Jews In Science!

Moses was one of the great early Jewish scientists. lists several books on his spiritual exploits, but I have not read any of them, so I will focus on his scientific achievements.

Moses achieved advancements in telekinesis, rock quarrying, geology, vocal projection and genetics, among many other fields. Of course we know that he invented the pontoon bridge after his psychic water manipulations proved too costly.

He conducted many of his experiments utilizing his lab snake Zhaithan. Here we have an account of a classic experiment that conculsively showed the hygienic benefits of foreskin removal (Zipporah was Moses’ lab assistant):

[…] Satan [Zhaithan in ancient Hebraic]…which proceeded to swallow Moses, and had ingested the upper part of his body, when he stopped. Zipporah seeing this, concluded that the serpent’s action was due to the fact that her son had not been circumcised, whereupon she circumcised him and smeared some of the blood on Moses’ feet.

Moses had a homonculous named Bat Kol who frequently aided him in the finer details of the laboratory environment:

A […] voice (bat kol) was then heard commanding the serpent to disgorge the half-swallowed Moses, which it immediately did.

It was teamwork like this that characterized all of his great scientific discoveries.

Here we have a classic image of Moses demonstrating to the Pharaoh his powerful projectile deflecting golden helmet. Note his trusty self-replicating lab snake Zhaithan:

Here we see Moses discovering the waterfall:

Moses burning local flora telekinetically:

Little known fact: Moses invented the camp fire.

Perhaps Moses’ greatest contributions to Science are his advances in medicine:

After many of the people had been bitten by serpents and died, Moses made the brass serpent and mounted it on a pole, and if those who were bitten looked at it, they did not die.

No scientist unleashed so much medicinal benefit from poles until Benjamin Franklin (a regular contributer to this site) discovered the muscle enhancing qualities of the lightning rod.

Thanks for all the Science, Moses! Stay tuned for the next edition where we discover Philo the Jew, the inventor of braised pork chops!