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    (Original post by Merveilles)
    Exactly the name our time share cat told us when we asked him what his name was...
    He he
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    Having a cat named that would be a good way of distinguishing between those who know pop physics thought experiments and those that don't
    It would as I do not know what "Pop phys" is <- expand please!
    Go chemistry and biology!! :yep:

    Sorry forgot to reply to this!

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    Either Bruno or Arnold. :cool:
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    Rambo or Nibbler

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    (Original post by Friendly Liberal)
    The galaxy is on Orion's belt.

    "There are no galaxies on Orion's belt. The belt is just these three stars; galaxies are huge, made up of billions of stars."
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    (Original post by Viva Emptiness)
    Terminator.
    Thor.
    The Colonel.

    Keep two cats, name one Thor and the other Loki. Even better if Thor looks like this
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    Sorry, I don't know much about cat breeds yet





    And Loki looks like this:




    Now there's another thing added to my ever expanding bucket list
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    (Original post by buzzybee143)
    Dogs > cats tho
    no just no
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    I've also always liked the name Snowball, it's so cute
    My cousins have cats named Oscar and Felix
    My brother used to have a cat named Tommy
    A friend used to have a cat named Tiger
    A teacher has/used to have a cat named Fudge
    (I know a lot of cat-lovers)
    Gato is also a cool name
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    (Original post by Madmatician)
    Mrs Norris
    Professor McGonagall
    Crookshanks
    I've also always liked the name Snowball, it's so cute
    My cousins have cats named Oscar and Felix
    My brother used to have a cat named Tommy
    A friend used to have a cat named Tiger
    A teacher has/used to have a cat named Fudge
    (I know a lot of cat-lovers)
    Gato is also a cool name
    HORACE SLUGHORN!

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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    It would as I do not know what "Pop phys" is <- expand please!
    Go chemistry and biology!! :yep:

    Sorry forgot to reply to this!

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    By pop physics I meant popular physics. The sort of stuff you would find in more accessible popular physics books found in general book shops.

    Considering chemistry is a science based on the small stuff any half decent chemist should have some kind of basic understanding of quantum mechanics
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    (Original post by Green Velvet)
    "There are no galaxies on Orion's belt. The belt is just these three stars; galaxies are huge, made up of billions of stars."
    Men In Black reference?
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    By pop physics I meant popular physics. The sort of stuff you would find in more accessible popular physics books found in general book shops.

    Considering chemistry is a science based on the small stuff any half decent chemist should have some kind of basic understanding of quantum mechanics
    Ahh, see I could have used logic again e.g. pop music= popular music!

    Well I will know some quantum physics soon... In the F U T U R E. So stay tuned :holmes:

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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    Men In Black reference?
    Yup! I just really like the name Orion for a cat- might be because of MIB
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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    Ahh, see I could have used logic again e.g. pop music= popular music!


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    lol, I fail to make those sort of connections all the time.
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    lol, I fail to make those sort of connections all the time.
    Hehe

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    We had two visiting cats whom we named Jackson and Wilson - anybody at BCU will know the reference to the Social Sciences media stars as they seem joined at the hip... They are in reality both very nice people just you really can't help it, well I can't...
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