Get In The Love-y, Dove-y, Science-y Valentines Spirit

Share these punny science valentines with the special scientist in your life.

It’s that time of year when the SciFri staff comes together in the name of science and love to spread some nerdy, Valentine’s Day cheer.

Here’s how they work:

  1. Print out this handy sheet;
  2. Cut out the valentines;
  3. Sign them and hand them out;
  4. Let us know you used them! Tweet us a picture @SciFri.
A valentines card that says "i'd burn up in your atmosphere" next to a picture of the cassini spacecraft in a fireball going through saturn's atmosphere

Print this out here.

A valentines card that says "hey, you're sweeter than pi" next to a picture of a pie.

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A valentines card that says "nothing will eclipse my love for you" next to a picture of an eclipse.

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A valentines card that says "i love you more than a giant centipede loves eating bats" next to a picture of a bat flying into the clutches of an intimidating looking centipede.

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About Daniel Peterschmidt

Daniel Peterschmidt is a digital producer and composed music for Science Friday’s podcast, Undiscovered. His D&D character is a clumsy bard named Chip Chap Chopman.

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