Wednesday, March 16, 2005

Mmmm, ice cream

From the AIR:
There is, or at least was briefly, an ice cream flavor created in honor of physicist Richard Feynman. Devised by Toscanini's Ice Cream, it was inspired by the story that earlier inspired the name of the classic book Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman!
On that note,

The Newton: comforting and familiar, with a rich chocolate sauce. But it ends, and you are sad.

The Heisenberg: Everytime you think you can nail it down, it escapes you.

The Einstein: Mindbending, dude !

The Godel: I could describe the flavor, but I need another icecream...


  1. The Turing: You can't decide what it tastes like. 

    Posted by Anonymous

  2. The Chandra: Extra dense, because it's all superfluid Bose-condensed.

    The Bethe: A Better Fusion of Flavors

    The Fermi: A little different every time, made not from a regular recipe but tossed together with some back of the envelope calculations. Italian, of course.  

    Posted by Saheli

  3. You should be a part of 

    Posted by Ashish Hanwadikar


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