Fancy a threesome?

We need more ozone to save the planet don’t we? I particularly like the double hand holding bond between the O2 twins, don’t you?


Usain Bolt versus Higgs Boson

I couldn’t help myself and had to make another Usain Bolt cartoon, but this time I teamed him up with our latest subatomic particle friend, Higgs Boson. Higgs is not known for his speed, unlike our friends the photon and neutrino, but perhaps his life span is the more impressive aspect. The Higgs’ mean life span is a measley 1 zeptosecond (10−21).  No wonder physicists have found him to be so elusive in nature!


Usain Bolt versus Neutrino

Poor Neutrino, after his initial glory of the being the fastest, and then an error in equipment leading to his rapid demotion, and just recently with Usain Bolt pipping him at the post with an amazing Olympic record time of 9.63s for the 100m sprint.

This cartoon was a true team effort, with my thanks going to Mark from AusMigrate who provided the initial idea.

And for subscribers, consider this extra surprise cartoon for the day as a thanks for all your support!


That elusive Higgs Boson

The discovery of the Higgs Boson has inspired me to personify them into little cartoon characters. Here is the latest Higgs Boson cartoon.


And a word from Mr Higgs Boson himself

The experimental proof of the elusive Higgs Boson was announced last week with some claiming that this discovery was to physics, the equivalent of what evolution was to biology. In a nutshell, a Higgs boson is a subatomic particle and is responsible for turning other sub atomic particles into mass, therefore enabling the creation of the stars and planets just after the big bang. This has lead it to be called ‘God’s particle’, as without it, there universe could not have formed