Mrs. Czyryca's Chemistry 535

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How to Succeed in Chemistry

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Chem is Fun!

Mount Saint Joseph High School

Chemistry is fun!

                  
Periodic Table Song Chemistry Concentration game
Molecules in motion Clean Water game
Food chemistry How Stuff Works
 
    You might be a scientist...
If the only jokes you receive are through e-mail.
 
If your wrist watch has more computing power than a 486DX-50.
 
If your idea of good interpersonal communication means getting the decimal
point in the right place.
 
If you have used coat hangers and duct tape for something other than
hanging coats and taping ducts.
 
If, at Christmas, it goes without saying that you will be the one to find
the burnt-out bulb in the string.
 
If your ideal evening consists of fast-forwarding through the latest sci-fi
movie looking for technical inaccuracies.
 
If you have "Dilbert" comics displayed anywhere in your work area.
 
If you carry on a one-hour debate over the expected results of a test that
actually takes five minutes to run.
 
If a team of you and your co-workers have set out to modify the antenna on
the radio in your work area for better reception.
 
If you ever burned down the gymnasium with your Science Fair project.
 
If you have never backed-up your hard drive.
 
If the salespeople at Circuit City can't answer any of your questions.
 
If you still own a slide rule and you know how to work it.
 
If you rotate your screen savers more frequently than your automobile
tires.
 
If your I.Q. number is bigger than your weight.
 
If the microphone or visual aids at a meeting don't work and you rush up to
the front to fix it.
 
If you can remember 7 computer passwords but not your anniversary.
 
If you have ever owned a calculator with no equal key and know what RPN
stands for.
 
If you can type 70 words a minute but can't read your own handwriting.
 
If you have more friends on the Internet than in real life.
 
If you think that when people around you yawn, it's because they didn't get
enough sleep.
 
If your three year old son asks why the sky is blue and you try to explain
atmospheric absorption theory.