Put Saturn’s Ring On It With Science Valentines

There’s only one way to say ‘I love you’ in 2019: with science.

Are you the type to shy away from the phrase “I love you?” Not because of any lack of feeling, but because you want to say it in the most romantic way possible—with science?

Well, Science Friday and a skateboarding mole rat have a treat for you. We’ve made some special, science-y valentines for that geeky someone in your life. 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.

And be sure to check out the valentines from 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2015 for some more chemistry.

a hand with saturn's ring on the ring finger with text 'you should follow saturn's example and put a ring on it.' with heart background

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a neon heart with higgs collision result at center exploding with text 'you get me going like a particle accelerator.'

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an intimidating looking insect with text 'your love knocks me down like a sting from a tarantula hawk.'

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a naked mole rat riding on a skateboard with text 'i love you like a naked mole rat loves not getting older.'

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Meet the Writer

About D. Peterschmidt

D. Peterschmidt is a producer, host of the podcast Universe of Art, and composes music for Science Friday’s podcasts. Their D&D character is a clumsy bard named Chip Chap Chopman.

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