I've already written a post that i was deprived in my childhood because I didn't have a Gilbert Atomic Energy Lab. Consider some of what it included: a U-239 Geiger radiation counter, an electroscope to measure radioactivity of different substances, a spinthariscope to watch "live" radioactive disintegration, a Wilson Cloud Chamber to see paths of electrons & alpha particles at 10k mps, three very low-level radioactive sources (Alpha, Beta, Gamma) and four samples of Uranium-bearing ores.We all knew why Johnny can't read. Now we know why he can't understand electron orbitals.
However, I did have a chemistry set and it did include chemicals. As you can see in the above picture, incredibly enough not only do modern chemistry sets already not include such dangers as glass test tubes and Bunsen burners, now they've also done away with chemicals.
Nothing shows how shamefully delinquent in updating this blogroll then the fact that it's taken two and a half months to add The Tao of Josh, who was at an inpromptu Austin meetup in April. Apologies, Josh!
Jetaz has showed up here before, when he took his girlfriend to the range for the first time (I'm a sucker for romantics). Now he's all Monster Hunter Alpha blogging. Not that there's anything wrong with that. No word (yet) if he's gotten his girlfriend to read it.
Welcome to the blogroll, everyone! More coming, because I've been a lazy bum.