RIP, Robert Galambos, bat-neuroscientist


10 Responses to “RIP, Robert Galambos, bat-neuroscientist”

  1. BijouxBoy says:

    Not a Victrola. A sine wave generator. Anyone seen my glue?

  2. EH says:

    “Let’s see how the little guy likes Nickelback.”

  3. MrsBug says:

    Bats are awesome. That is all.

  4. phisrow says:

    And now, I will expose you to my scientifically calibrated “bat signal”…

  5. S2 says:

    So I’m the only one who sees PeeWee Herman holding a bat up to Siney’s gaping maw?

  6. Raines Cohen says:

    Back in the days when scientists had hair.

    Perhaps this is the kind of image we need to disseminate in order to get more women involved in the sciences: come on over and join the geeks — baldness no longer required!

  7. Felton says:

    In retrospect, wouldn’t it have made sense for Batman to be blind and have a kind of “sonar-sense?” I know Daredevil later took up that niche anyway, but just sayin’.

  8. scdevine says:

    A Widow’s Peak, a bow-tie, a bat, and an ultrasonic sine-wave generator.

    How has this man _avoided_ being on Boing-Boing for this long?

  9. Ned613 says:

    The Master’s Voice. Actually, the device appears to be an Hewlett-Packard audio oscillator HP200A.

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