Valentine’s Day Is a Perfect Time to Share Your Love for Science

, former deputy director, Center for Science & Democracy | February 14, 2012, 2:14 pm EDT
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Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone.

It’s a great day to remember that special scientist in your life. You can find great science valentines here, here, here, here, and here. Even the economists get in on the action. And then, of course, there are Valentine’s Day science puns.

One of my favorite images (playing off Carl Sagan, of course) comes from a photographer named David Friedman (not the UCS David Friedman):

Carl Sagan valentine: I'm Sagan All My Love For You

And of course, here at UCS we love climate scientists because they’re curious for life. Why not head over to the I Heart Climate Scientists Facebook page to post your own message of support? Rep. Ed Markey did.

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  • Peter MacLeod

    Being a math geek I am partial to the mathematical pick up lines. Here is a great list:

  • Emily

    Michael, when I dream, adrenal little dream of you.

    • Michael Halpern

      I’m gland you feel that way, Emily.

  • Chris


    You never Bohr me!


    • Michael Halpern

      Thanks, Chris. I’ve got my ion you.

      (anyone else have one?)