SPS has partnered with the American Physical Society (APS) on a competition to help design the Future of Physics Days t-shirt! The idea is straightforward: check out the picture of the t-shirt on our Facebook wall.
Comment on this image with your wittiest caption for a chance to be featured on the Future of Physics Days t-shirt and a chance to win free t-shirts for your physics/astronomy club! T-shirts with the winning caption are given to all undergraduate students who attend the 2017 APS March or April meetings.
If you want to win, make sure the captions are humorous, relate to physics, and are 25 words or less.
The deadline to post your caption to the Facebook page is this Friday, December 2. The winner will be announced on December 5.
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