Ho Ho Ho Periodic Table of Elements Glass Christmas Ornament
Being the scientific type, you generally have a hard time getting into the Christmas spirit. For example, you are certain that the aerodynamic properties of reindeer are about zero, and the technical and logistical requirements to deliver packages to every household on the planet in one night simply cannot be overcome. In short, good science shows that the whole Santa thing is quite impossible, in spite of what Mom and Dad told you.
Still, you sometimes feel like a real party pooper when your scientific, engineering, and/or logistics training doesn't allow you to join in the traditional holiday festivities. You just don't feel right about decorating your office or classroom with paper Santas that defy almost all known laws of physics. But those Liberal Arts-degreed folks seem to be having such a good time...
So here's a solution that will allow you to participate in the Christmas tradition without sacrificing your academic principles - the Ho Ho Ho tree ornament. Your technically - challenged friends will see this ornament as a fun Christmas decoration that show's you're in the spirit. You'll know that it's really expounding on the atomic properties of Holmium, a part of the lanthanide series, with the symbol Ho and atomic number 67.
It will be our little secret. We promise not to tell.
Technicam notitia (the technical bits)
- Ornament measures 3 3/4 inches wide x 3 inches high
- 1/8 inch thick glass material
- Black velvet gift bag included - classy!
- Semi-translucent image - very cool when backlit by tree lighting
- Image printed with permanent, non-toxic inks - will not run or fade
- Red grosgrain ribbon included. Tree limb, pine cone, beads, gingerbread man, star cookies and table not included. We have to say this because some rocket surgeon actually complained that the ornament they received did not include all of this. Disturbingly, we believe this person may be able to vote.