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Last Post 10/16/2020 10:06 AM by  Claire Raftery
Science tattoos
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10/15/2020 2:16 PM
    Do any of you have a cool science tattoo? Or what would you think is a good subject for a science tattoo?

    Lindsay Glesener

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    10/15/2020 6:28 PM
    I have several tattoos of birds and flowers, but not necessarily science ones. I have seen some very cool science tattos, though - including equations (pick a scientific equation that is particularly meaningful) and constellations. Feynman diagrams are popular as tattoos as well. But, as always, an important part of choosing a tattoo is to pick something meaningful to you, and something you can see *staying* meaningful to you for decades!

    Claire Raftery

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    10/16/2020 10:06 AM
    I have a tattoo but it's of an ancient Irish word for home (as an immigrant, keeping connected to my roots is important to me). But I have a friend who has an awesome tattoo of the telescope she works for (Gemini South) and the night sky she sees down there. Its very cool. I have another friend who is a HUGE star trek fan and she has tributes to star trek as a tattoo sleeve.
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