The cartoon show Science Animals would follow the adventures of Pavlov’s dog and Schrödinger’s cat: two hard-bitten pets on the road of scientific discovery.
Pavlov’s dog — Pav for short — has a weakness. He drools whenever a bell is rung. Schrö, on the other hand, has a superpower: he can become a zombie, but only when no one is directly observing him.
Their dynamic is disrupted by the Hugs Bison, a loveable buffalo who enjoys hugging as a form of greeting.
They must all learn how to work together in order to handle the various Occam’s-razor-wielding villains of the week.
Procrastination gives you an oasis.
No, I’m not saying procrastination is bad. I’m saying it helps you become more creative.
That’s right, we finally have a reason why you are more creative already! Well, if you procrastinate in the right way, at least. Here’s how procrastinating can help you become a more creative individual, and why it needs to be a certain type of procrastination.
A different take on the traditional shark lunge:
Via Julia Segal’s tumblr.