Laboratory Safety

February 23, 2007 at 9:25 am | | lab safety, nerd, science and the public

Not even the president bothers with it. Waft, don’t sniff, Mr. President.


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  2. Since my HTML wushu is weak, the link for those oppressive “copyright” types:

    Comment by kendall — February 23, 2007 #

  3. You should meet the guy I work for sometime…

    Comment by Ψ*Ψ — February 23, 2007 #

  4. really breath in, Mr. President.

    Comment by william — February 23, 2007 #

  5. i want to see him smell those other flasks in the foreground…

    Comment by sam — February 23, 2007 #

  6. ewww

    Comment by sam — February 23, 2007 #

  7. Oh, I did not know the guy was so versatile. I thought he only does high energy particle physics on side

    If he shouws up here I would ask him to explain this weird solvent and stability effects that I see with my catalyst

    Comment by milkshake — February 24, 2007 #

  8. Do you think the secret service guys had to smell it first to make sure it wasn’t poison or something?

    Comment by Propter Doc — February 24, 2007 #

  9. How do you know they weren’t collecting a sample of his snot or something. “We’ve done every test we can sir, but we can’t figure out what the hell is wrong with you. Here, blow your nose into this.”

    Comment by Chemgeek — February 27, 2007 #

  10. My my my…it takes a lot to be really on top of your game …Mr. President

    Comment by Steven — March 7, 2007 #

  11. You know, I KNEW he was sniffing SOMETHING!!!!!

    Comment by Greg Laden — March 10, 2007 #

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