Friday, September 05, 2008
Science Faux Pas Example #2: V = MA
OK. This is far and away my favorite Science Faux Pas I have seen. I cut this out of some magazine many years ago and posted it on my door in college, grad. school and in my previous job, so it is a little beat up. But you got to hand it to Mathey-Tissot - promoting a precision watch with "Velocity equals mass x acceleration (V = MA)." Must be one heck of an interesting mechanism inside that watch.
Hat tip to Mackenzie Smith for pointing this out to me Paywall The Movie Trailer from Paywall The Movie on Vimeo .
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