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21 Responses to Elementary

  1. Hah! Good one.
    One thing though – wouldn’t Earth be heavier than Warter and therefore be last? 🙂

  2. N/A says:

    Mix them all together in a flask and you have captain planet?

  3. mariusg says:


  4. Dr Ishmael says:

    The only problem there is that there’s nothing “periodic” about that table. We call it a periodic table because the elements are arranged in periods (rows) that illustrate the recurring (periodic) trends in chemical properties. Unfortunately, there’s nothing recurring about the four ancient elements.

    In short: cool idea, but the chemist in me just had to nitpick. 😛

  5. Eric says:

    Toga chicken returns!

  6. Matt says:

    ahh… those were simpler times.

  7. willwot says:

    i could have passed science, maybe

  8. Dr.D says:

    There should be a little disconnected section (like the Lanthanide/Actinides) for heavenly aether/quintessence.

  9. Wildbird says:

    Calculat the square root of the circomfrence of a sparrows knee

  10. bishopdm says:

    Or, science education in Texas: 2011

  11. Chris says:

    See also Gary Larson’s “De” neanderthal. (“Dert”)

  12. Mark says:

    And then they discovered a fifth element…

    Milla Jovovich!

  13. Aud says:

    I had to read the first comment before I got it. It feels like there should be a hidden “Dear Watson” line in there.

    @N/A: Great! Although shouldn’t Heart have some use? Mash it up and have C. Planet drinking a Bloody Mary?

    @Mark: HA…HA…HA…MY goodness. Cute.

  14. kristina says:

    I just want to rearrange the “elements” so they spell a word…


    Nah, I’ve got nuthing….

  15. Aud says:

    Now, why didn’t I think of that? Nice!

  16. Diego says:

    lol. i started snorting uncontrollably reading this.

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