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Molecular Metaphors

Some ideas and concepts can be represented as molecular structures. The relative positions on a benzene ring are referred to as Ortho, Meta, and Para. Thus we have the Paradox molecule, Orthodox molecule, Metaphor molecule, and other Molecular Metaphors. Click on the image to see products with that image. Click on the product of your choice to see details about it or about purchasing it. For an explanation see Don't get it?
Paradox molecule-chemistry shirts



Place D and OX on opposite sides of a benzene ring, and you get a Paradox molecule. Molecularshirts' original Paradox design featured in The Big Bang Theory, a popular TV series, in a shirt worn by Leonard.(see sheldonshirts).
Orthodox Molecule-chemistry shirts



Place D and OX on adjacent positions on a benzene ring, and you get an Orthodox molecule.
Metaphor Molecule-chemistry shirts



Place Ph and OR in the 1,3 positions on a benzene ring, and you have a Metaphor molecule.
Paramedic molecule-chemistry shirts
Paramedic molecule-chemistry shirts
Parasite Molecule-chemistry shirts









Place Si and Te on opposite sides of a benzene ring, and you get a Parasite molecule.
Paradigm Molecule-chemistry shirts









Place DI and Gm on opposite sides of a benzene ring, and you get a Paradigm molecule.
Paradox molecule-chemistry shirts
Paramedic molecule-chemistry shirts
Paranoid Molecule-chemistry shirts
Paranoid Molecule-chemistry shirts