Category Archives: Quotes and Typos

Corona virus Covid 19 SARS Cov2 model to hang on the Christmas tree.

Yep…. coronavirus globe glass and polymer clay ornaments that are made to be accurate representations of the surface look of the corona virus.  Just for fun and remembering the headaches of this particular pandemic. Order from the website here.

Refrigerator magnets, christmas tree ornaments, keychains, bracelets earrings, counted cross stitch patterns, stained glass virus mandala patterns, all things to remember the pandemic, Coronavirus, Covid 19, Sars Cov 2. 
Christmas tree ornaments: models of the SARS Cov 19 coronavirus
3 inch christmas tree ornament of a model of the coronavirus SARS Cov 2 covid 19 virus particle coronavirus model made into a christmas tree ornament for covid 19 this year 2020 remembering covid 19 christmas tree ornament coronavirus model
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SARS Cov 2 aka COVID 19 jokes pg 5

Home school monopoly called “Pandemonium” or perhaps “Pandemic” using corona bucks (made by kids) and a board that has  “GO ON VENTILATOR” instead of “GO TO JAIL” do not pass “GO” do not collect “200 corona bucks”.  In the corona bucks there is the virus, with its spike 1 and 2 proteins, the transmembrane protein, the envelope protein, the nucleocapsid protein and the single strand RNA.


Infochasm: the exceedingly great distance in knowledge, comprehension and terminology between two scientists, which increases in proportion to their lousy communication skills.

inforchasm is the depth of the division between scientists and their fields

This is an awesome new word created by “moi”. Perhaps infochasms exist in all vocations, that is, the linguistic nuances of new and repurposed words used to describe specific items in a specific field. “speaking in tongues” perhaps, or analagous to the language problems of “Babel”. 

When I speak to my colleages, even those with whom I have published scientific papers in good journals, I find they don’t really understand me or my “points” and I don’t really understand them and their field, not because of the complexity of concepts, but mostly because of the additional definitions that words gain over time, the infinite amount of information available, and because of word useage, order, definitions and language nuances.