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These aren’t your average chalkboard scribbles!
This design pays homage to Katherine Johnson, the fabulous African-American mathematician who was largely responsible for sending the astronauts on the Apollo 11 safely into space. Hollywood thought the female mastermind’s story was pretty cool too so they turned it into the 2017 Blockbuster hit, Hidden Figures. Johnson, who was portrayed by Taraji P. Henson in the film, scribbled her fancy scientific calculations on a blackboard. This design contains the secrets of gravity losses, simulates rocket propulsion, and is right up the alley of any stargazer!
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Ohm my, this necklace is gorgeous!
Keep up with the 'current' trend in this technology-inspired necklace! This necklace is guaranteed to delight any technophiles. Necklace features a circuit board design. Each piece is unique, so the necklace will not look identical to the photo. Amplify your style in this gorgeous necklace!
THE TREE THAT NEVER LEAVES!
Ginkgo bilboa (sometimes incorrectly spelled/pronounced “gingko”) is one of the oldest, hardiest plants still around - 270 million years and thriving - and some even survived the nuclear attack on Hiroshima in 1945! Our design depicts the ginkgo’s autumn leaves, falling forever down your own trunk. If you haven’t “botany” of our accessories yet, now’s the time to branch out!
Get ready to follow in the footsteps of greatness in this awesome paleontology-inspired tie! The design features an all-over-print Tyrannosaurus Rex design. Let's make no bones about it - our adoration of these tiny armed predators will never go extinct. If your love of dinosaurs is mammoth, your heart will saur with prehistoric pride when you sport this awesome neckwear!
If you think we overdid it on the paleontology puns, we apologize for our rawr humor!
Can a computer ever truly “think”, rather than simply “do”? Is there a measurable difference between the two? Ponder these queries in this thoughtful design as you follow the algorithms of your day. You’ll automatically be the big dog when you’re “turing” the computer science lab, or perhaps just clearing your calendar for the singularity!