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Home Geekonomics: Scientific Valentines

Home Geekonomics: Scientific Valentines

Home Geekonomics is a series that features the best in geeky home decor, food and DIY. Each week will focus on a specific fandom and highlight the best of geek for your home and everyday life.

home geekonomicsWhat are the calculations for true love? Well, if you want to get technical, it’s because science!

This Valentine’s Day, if you’d like to put together a theorem about the status of your love, show your work and give them one of these adorable science-based signs of affection. Just make sure you wear one of Kyle Hill’s Because Science shirts when you present your data.

Chemistry card by APaperAffaireChemistry Card by apaperaffaire
This beautifully detailed, handmade card is bound to produce a chemical reaction on February 14th.Faults card by ticklemyiqFaults Card by TickleMyIQ
If you love your Valentine more than geothermal energy, this is the card for you.

Dynamite card by Handmades RovenaYou’re Dynamite Card by HandmadesRovena
There’s no denying the bond between us is chemical. This card shows the chemical structure of the explosive chemical in dynamite, making this a truly explosive Valentine’s Day gift.

Celfie cross stitch by nerdylittlestitcherCelfie Cross Stitch by nerdylittlestitcher
First, let me take a selfie… No, a literal one of an actual cell. Show your valentine that your love is biological and get them this puntastic cross stitch that shows all the best sides of a true celfie.

Love Flasks print by SkepticoolI Love Science Flasks Print by Skepticool
The love experiment has proven results, show your Valentine there’s a chemistry you can’t deny with this adorable I Love Science print.

How are you celebrating (or ignoring/boycotting) Valentine’s Day? Let us know in the comments below.

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Comments

  1. LAB says:

    Is there a caffeine molecule chemical structure tee shirt?  Because I would buy that.