Can I use your comics or videos for my classroom, project, or personal use?
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I have a great suggestion for your blog/site/video/webcomic.
That’s a statement; not a question. But if you do have a suggestion, you can email me here: email@example.com.
Can you help me with my science homework?
You can try asking me the question at firstname.lastname@example.org. If I find the topic interesting, I might include the question in a future webcomic or video. Keep in mind I have a full-time job. Sciencescenes.com is a hobby. Even though content production is highly enjoyable, it is very time-consuming. Do not expect a prompt reply.
Who are you?
I am a chemist turned high school science teacher. I have completed a graduate program in organic chemistry, and am working on a graduate degree in teaching Biology. If you count teaching assistantships, tutoring, and museum volunteer work, I have over 14 years education experience.
I have a wife, a daughter, a son and a dog. They keep me sane and make me laugh.