Annals of Improbable Research
MARCH | APRIL 2010 (volume 16, number 2)
Special Issue: Geography & Teabagging
ContentsThe features marked with a star (*) are based entirely on material taken straight from standard research (and other Official and Therefore Always Correct) literature. Many of the other articles are genuine, too, but we don’t know which ones.
Special Section: Geography & Teabagging
Oklahoma and Texas Look Almost Like a Cooking Pan* Cartozoology* Teabagging Research Review* Teabagging: Removing the Sog*
Improbable Research Reviews*
May We Recommend* Plucked From Obscurity: Screw-In Coffin* Ig® and Beyond* Boys Will Be Boys* Ptak: British Pyramid of Life, 1912* Icky Cutesy Research Review* Soft Is Hard*Improbable Research Review* Improbable Medical Review*
News & Notes
AIR Vents (letters from our readers)
HMO-NO News: Healthy Directions!
KIM CARTOON: “The Doorknocker’s Question” Editorial Board
Puzzling Solutions Back Issues
XKCD: “Like the Riemann Zeta Function” Unclassified Ads
On the Front Cover
Cartozoological images from a map of the city of Hammerfest, Finland. See “Cartozoology,” page 8.
On the Back Cover
Comparative lengths of the world’s rivers, and heights of its mountains, from: General Atlas Of The World: Containing Upwards Of Seventy Maps by Adam & Charles Black, Sidney Hall and William Hughes, 1854; published in Edinburgh by A & C Black.