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Binary Dad

It is the natual evolution of things. We wreak havoc as kids, we grow up, get jobs (hopefully) and sometimes have kids of our own and complete the cycle to adulthood. Ok well maybe not the adult part. We all like to play with gadgets and toys, whether we' more...

Caffeine Molecule

As seen on The Big Bang Theory! You live and code by this alkaloid, why not wear your badge of addiction for all to see? Kind of like a scarlet molecule. Except it's green. Caffeine molecule printed in Matrix green on a navy, 100% cotton t-shirt. Think we more...

Capsaicin Molecule

The stuff chilis are made of, literally. Capsaicin is responsible for that bite and that pungency which makes chili peppers (at least the hotter varieties) such a challenge to eat. One word of advice, never touch a habanero and then use the restroom witho more...


We spend an inordinate amount of our time here at ThinkGeek running reports to trying to predict what y'all are going to buy. Heads buried in spreadsheets with PivotTables. 30 day sales rates and products frequently bought together and conversion rates an more...

Do the Math
On sale - now $39.99 - was $59.96

Like shoes and shirts, math is rarely an elective in most learning establishments. But some folks take math for fun. These shirts are for those kinda folks. You know them. Heck, you might be them. This time around if you do the math, you save a bit of cas more...

Element of Surprise

A new element is being added to the periodic table after its discovery was confirmed by a team of Russian and American scientists. The element, named Surprise, appears to point the way to still more elements with chemical properties no one can predict. Th more...

Extinction is Not an Option

Homo sapiens have been around for somewhere around 200,000 years. Fossil records indicate that even some of the shortest-lived dinosaur species existed longer than that, so there's no reason to think they didn't develop toasters and video games and rocket more...

Ferrous Wheel

As seen on Big Bang Theory! Right. If you're checking out this shirt, you probably like corny chemistry jokes, so here's another for you: Two atoms walk into a bar. One atom stops and says to the other, "I think I just lost an electron." The second atom a more...

Go Home, Evolution

We all know the platypus is odd. It's an egg-laying mammal. It's generally described as having the characteristics of other animals: duck-billed, beaver-tailed, otter-footed. Indeed genome sequencing shows it has mammalian and reptilian DNA, "as well as t more...

Heavy Metal

Remember when you rocked? Yeah, I'm talking to you. Back in the day when music was so loud it made the fillings in your teeth rattle out? (Yeah! Those dang cheap fillings made from silver and mercury (symbols Ag and Hg (heh, didn't you always think hydrar more...

Laser Research

Cats and laser pointers. It's like there's some sort of compulsion going on there. What they're actually doing is research for their grants in laser use in areas such as homeland security, medical imaging, and quantum physics. In an area of study long-dom more...

Periodic BaCoN

Seems like everyone has a different way of eating these days. Just at ThinkGeek World Domination HQ we have the carnivores, the pescatarians, the vegetarians, the vegans, and then there's our copywriter monkey who claims to be 100% vegetarian 80% of the t more...

Periodic GeNiUS

Nothing is more humbling than discovering a situation in which your immense body of knowledge is completely useless. Just because you have a PhD in Chemistry doesn't mean you can bake a soufflé. And nobody wins at Trivial Pursuit without at least k more...

Periodic HArMoNY

Let's investigate the elements that make up this shirt, shall we? Hydrogen: Everyone remembers Hydrogen. How could you forget? There it is, right on the top of the periodic table. #1. It's so fabulous that you can find it everywhere you go. Argon: Known a more...

Phi by Numbers

We think this is the most beautiful shirt we've ever made, but you might say that's irrational. *rimshot* Hey -- you're still reading! Score. So, let's talk about Phi. Phi's a number with a lot of baggage. Lots of folks make claims about it that it doesn' more...

Pi By Numbers

What is Pi? Some might define it as the ratio of a circle's circumference divided by its diameter. Others might think it's an irrational number that's impossible to know completely. Still others might think it's a mystical, transcendental, almighty number more...

Rats! Space Shuttle Program Shirt

For one generation, the question was "Where were you when Kennedy was shot?" All our customers remember the moment they found out about 9/11. But for a 10-15 year window of Americans in their 30s and 40s, the defining tragedy of our generation was the Cha more...

resistance is futile

More of a Vulcan statement than a Borg one, we think you'll still find this t-shirt quite appetizing. Unless you've recently wired up your own M.A.M.E cabinet or added a modchip to your Xbox, chances are good that your voltmeter and ammeter are still hidi more...

Rocket Surgeon

Rocket scientist. Brain surgeon. Sometime in the 1980s this pair became the touchstone to represent challenging jobs that require a lot of focus and intelligence to master. That's been over 25 years now. Do we have a new set of "smart jobs" today? Maybe f more...

Schrödinger's Cat

Twisted up in Schrödinger's uncertainty thought experiment, this historical kitty has been put through a quantum ringer that nobody should have to experience. After all it's tough work being both alive and dead simultaneously. Every student of physic more...

Schrödinger's Cat vs. Pavlov's Dog

So Schrödinger's cat vs. Pavlov's dog. In a one vs. one fight who wins? Well, the first main difference is that Schrödinger's cat was a hypothetical experiment (or was it?), while Pavlov's dog was real. The loyalty. Real. The drool. Real. The ne more...

Science Rules!

There are a lot of rules in science. Safety goggles must be worn at all times. Never use electrical equipment around water. Eating and drinking are prohibited (unless that's what you're testing). Remember: hot glass looks identical to cold glass. Use cont more...

Science: It's Gotten Us This Far

If you can read this, thank a teacher, as the bumper sticker goes, or whomever taught you how to read. And then thank science. It's science that's making those photons strike your retina. It's science that's allowing the data to be transferred from our da more...

Show Your Work

Oh, that phrase dreaded by math students everywhere: show your work. Once you get to a certain point in math, it's kind of like when someone asks you to give directions on how to tie a shoelace and suddenly you have no idea how you tie a shoelace. First y more...

Superhero Math

We know it won't do any good to say this, but this is not an invitation for discussion. It's just an illustration of how the world works. Batman is mathematically superior to Superman. It's not like this is a surprise to anyone, so don't even start with u more...

Tesla vs. Edison

Yeah, so they totally made up "Tesla-cize" above, but we're pitting the two inventors against each other in a strange fact-off.* They duke it out. A winner is you! Wait. What? Tesla believed that both voice and image could be transmitted through the air. more...

The Ultimate Inequation

There are countless formulas and maxims out there in the universe of math, physics and more -- The Pythagorean Theorem, a basic differential equation, E=mc2, and the definition of Pi are ones that many of us know (or at least knew at one point). Well, her more...

Viva la Relativity!

Despite his good nature, Einstein was really a revolutionary thinker. Sure, he didn't use guerilla tactics and machine guns to make his point, but he did use some completely brain splattering math and abstract thought. A single day spent thinking the thou more...

You Are Here

At a shopping mall, there's a giant color-coded map to tell us if we're next to the Frank-n-Stein or where one can find the local Chess King. We think that in the grand scheme of things, that whole mall is really just a microspeck in the universe; it's a more...

You Are Here Bell Curve

We find it's a rewarding habit to hang out with smart people like yourself. Face it. You tend to talk more about what you're reading and less about reality television. (Hey -- we have our personal addictions, too, but it's not our main topic of conversati more...



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