New diorama day...

Have an eventful and misadventurous weekend.


New diorama day. I don't have much to say, except that the seasonal shift has me tinkering indoors a lot more. At least I feel less guilty about it. Also, I have experienced much frustration over the years in gluing small things together. The other night while trying to glue a tiny cross section of safety wire, I was seized by a desire to know the name of the physical law that caused the small globule of super glue to spheri-cize and roll about like a goddam greased weasel. It's so hard to work with at that scale, not to mention keeping the items still. Reminds me of that guy who sculpts cathedrals out of grains of rice using the tremor of his heartbeat as the chisel stroke. Anyway, my first thought was Bernoulli, but I don't think that is right. Then Laplace came to mind, but I don't understand why. Then my friend Chris mentioned Van der Waals principles, which I really don't think I understand, either. Doesn't the law governing the surface tension of liquids have a definitive name that I can curse?