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1. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2018-10-07 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2018-10-07 Pub. Date: 2018-10-07
Image Number: 174555
Caption: Fe is the chemical symbol for iron, atomic number 26. Sometimes the periodic table of elements seems like high school, full of cliques and gossip. Hydrogen and oxygen atoms spend lots of time hanging out together while elements like Argon and Radon are loners, never bonding with others. Gold, Au, and Silver, Ag, are the rich elements, but I honestly think iron the the most popular. I can't believe iron thinks "rusty" is a term of affection!
     
2. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2018-02-09 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2018-02-09 Pub. Date: 2018-02-09
Image Number: 168878
Caption: F&E Real Estate. House for Sale. Uh-oh, I just learned the house we're selling is located on a nuclear waste site! Great! We can say it's a "hot property"!
     
3. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2014-12-01 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2014-12-01 Pub. Date: 2014-12-01
Image Number: 119823
Caption: Subatomic Particle Super-Collider Humor. You'll never guess who I ran into yesterday! (Published originally on May 18, 2009.)
     
4. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2013-03-24 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2013-03-24 Pub. Date: 2013-03-24
Image Number: 94890
Caption: Today, we'll talk with Professor Ernie about some lesser known units of measurement. Let's start with the "light-year." A 'light-year" is a unit of time measuring how long somebody stays on their diet. In most cases, it's counted in small fractions. No, a light year is a unit of length equal to the distance light travels in a year, about six trillion miles. What about the "angstrom"? The "angstrom" is a measurement of anxiety levels! Incorrect again. It's another unit of length --- It's used to describe atomic-level distances. Here's one which isn't a unit of length. What does "foot-pound" measure? That's obvious. Kickboxer punches!
     
5. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2013-03-03 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2013-03-03 Pub. Date: 2013-03-03
Image Number: 94327
Caption: Personnel. Let's see what some of your former bosses say about you. Hmm ... This one says you stunk. That was normal, it was a fertilizer plant! And this one describes your work as up and down. That's good! It was a trampoline factory! Don't overlook the boss who gave me a performance review! Hey, you're absolutely right! But, unfortunately, that came when you were a safety officer at the nuclear power plant!
     
6. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2012-07-08 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2012-07-08 Pub. Date: 2012-07-08
Image Number: 84102
Caption: Micro Psychiatry Clinic. You have a full schedule today, Doctor. The helium atom will be here to work on his fear of heights. The white blood cell with a germ phobia and amoeba with separation anxiety are coming in. The DNA molecule will be here about an identity crisis. And here, in the sports car, comes a new patient, a carbon-14 isotope. Ah, looks like he's going through a half-life crisis!
     
7. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2012-04-05 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2012-04-05 Pub. Date: 2012-04-05
Image Number: 78659
Caption: Science Fiction. New Release. It's about a duo who shrank themselves down and go explore subatomic space ... They're called "Lewis and Quark."
     
8. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2012-03-20 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2012-03-20 Pub. Date: 2012-03-20
Image Number: 78644
Caption: Nuclear Power Plant. The tiny computer components on this board regulate the operation of the reactor. How about that! Fission chips!
     
9. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2012-01-05 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2012-01-05 Pub. Date: 2012-01-05
Image Number: 74907
Caption: Physicists can't explain why neutrinos were clocked going faster than the speed of light. Maybe they were going downhill.
     
10. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2011-02-27 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2011-02-27 Pub. Date: 2011-02-27
Image Number: 57916
Caption: Atomic Gossip. That oxygen is dating two hydrogens at the same time! If those hydrogens find out he's dating them both, things could get frosty! Or they might get angry --- things that would heat up and boil over! The situation with those three isn't as crazy as the nine oxygens, three nitrogens, five hydrogens and three carbons all living together in a very tangled web of personal relationships! Yeah, that nitroglycerin bunch --- that's an explosive situation!
     
11. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2010-06-27 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2010-06-27 Pub. Date: 2010-06-27
Image Number: 49503
Caption: It looks like everybody down there is watching their atomic weight and trying to stay buffed up for beach season! The oxygen molecule is doing aerobics, and chlorine has been swimming laps in the pool all day. Mercury is racing around the track and, of course, the ferrous molecule is pumping iron. That shiny guy just stopped somebody from coming in without paying. He shouldn't do that. The neutron is never charged, and besides ... it's not gold's gym!
     
12. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2009-05-18 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2009-05-18 Pub. Date: 2009-05-18
Image Number: 34789
Caption: Subatomic particle super-collider humor. You'll never guess who I ran into yesterday!
     
13. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2006-10-30 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2006-11-21 Pub. Date: 2006-10-30
Image Number: 15081
Caption: Publisher. "Matter into energy" … This isn't one of those hokey fad diets, is it, Mr. Einstein?
     
14. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2001-05-27 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2001-05-27 Pub. Date: 2001-05-27
Image Number: 71913
Caption: Timekeeping. Mankind has constantly improved the technology of keeping time. Ancient societies had celestial calendars to measure the days of the year. Sundials and early mechanical clocks divided the days into smaller units. In the seventeenth century pendulum clocks kept time accurate to within a few seconds per day and by the nineteenth century they were within hundredths of a second. Further improvements cam with the quartz clock , and today atomic clocks are accurate to about on-millionth of a second per day! Look Frank! This says we can measure time in really tiny bits. I wonder --- what is the smallest fraction of time there is? I'm not sure. It's either the time between when the polls close and when the networks declare a winner, or the time between when the traffic signal turns green and the driver behind you honks his horn.
     
15. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 1997-06-08 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 1997-06-08 Pub. Date: 1997-06-08
Image Number: 69239
Caption: Wow! It's a regular "Lover's Lane" down here! The Proton and the electron are really attracted to one another! Yeah. Those cholesterol molecules are inseperable. And those two carbon atoms have been out every night this week! More carbon-dating! There'll be a wedding and little carbon copies in no time! A wedding! Just make sure those white blood cells aren't invited again! Right. They'll pick a fight with anybody they don't recognize!
     
16. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 1973-01-18 atomic 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 1973-01-18 Pub. Date: 1973-01-18
Image Number: 69592
Caption: Quick, Ernie! Call the Atomic Energy Commission!
     
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