As the autumn leaves turn brilliant shades of red and gold and the air carries that unmistakable crispness, it’s the perfect time to embrace the charm of autumn. And what better way to do that than with a collection of cringe-inducing autumn puns from, pumpkins to scarecrows! Enjoy!
Tree Puns Are The Root To Success!
What did the leaf say to the other leaf?
I’m falling for you!
How did the tree get a new job?
She had the right qua-leaf-ications!
What is it called when a tree takes some time off?
Pumpkin Pun Party Fun
What did the queasy pumpkin say?
I don’t feel so gourd…
How do you fix a pumpkin with a hole in it?
With a pumpkin patch!
Which pumpkins can swim the best?
The coast gourd!
Who helps the pumpkins cross the road when they go to school?
The traffic gourd!
And finally… Scarecrow Shenanigans
Why didn’t the scarecrow eat his breakfast?
He was already stuffed!
Why didn’t the scarecrow go to the dance?
He had no body to dance with!
Why didn’t the scarecrow go to the scary movie?
He didn’t have the guts.
What is a scarecrow’s favorite holiday food?
Israeli physicists have created a model for a new material with a special property – it never melts. Apparently, this is because the model describes a material where heat doesn’t cause order to disappear. The existence of such a material would even have implications for humanity’s understanding of physics and the early universe
A Material That Never Melts Would Advance Current Physics Substantially
The accepted science in modern physics is that the more a substance is heated, the more its internal order becomes disrupted, and thus it either melts or evaporates. The new model developed by researchers from the University of Kentucky and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem has contradicted that notion and may have implications when it comes to developing superconductors to create green energy. According to the new model, it is possible that not all substances melt in the heat.
The new model is a success for scientists who have been trying to develop theoretical models for substances that can withstand heat without changing their internal order. Until now, the equations all led to the conclusion matter will ultimately evaporate or melt, but the new research has managed to create a new model.
Finding a New, Useful Matter Model Is Considered Among the Greatest Challenges In Physics
According to Prof. Amos Yarom, who was not involved in the study, the new article shows an impressive, thought-provoking achievement by demonstrating models of matter that break symmetry at high temperatures. The researchers had focused on a specific symmetry that is relatively easy to quantify.
Creating a model of matter means showing the substance in mathematical language using the fundamental laws for particle behavior and their interactions with one another. The challenge to create such a model has been addressed around a dozen times so far, but this latest study showed that it is possible in the context of the known laws of physics to have a substance that won’t melt. It showed a possible crystalline order that would not disappear, even at very high temperatures.