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Cartoons: Science Friction

Published: February 27, 2013
germ warfare cartoon from The Saturday Evening Post October 1985 issue


 
October 1985

Meteor shower cartoon, from the Saturday Evening Post January/February 1986 issue


“The next simulation will give you some idea of what it’s like to fly through a meteor shower.”
January/February 1986

small tv cartoon from Saturday Evening Post October 1985 issue.


“I’m convinced he’s got one of those tiny TV sets in there.”
October 1985

stem cell cartoon from Saturday Evening Post January/February 2007 issue.


“You have a lot to learn about stem cell research.”
January/February 2007

vitamin cartoon from Saturday Evening Post June 1, 1957 issue.


“Gentlemen, Professor Didlip has some disturbing news about the new miracle vitamin X!”
June 1957

microscope eating germ cartoon from Saturday Evening Post March 1984 issue.


“Don’t look now, but I think we’ve developed a germ that eats microscopes!”
March 1984

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