We’re loving this week’s Baarbarian-inked This Week in the Future illustration. It’s got everything you’d want in a t-shirt: obese apes, aggressive polar bears, passive observing rattlesnakes, guerrilla artwork. And you can win this very t-shirt, for free! Just follow the instructions below.
Want to win this animal-centric Baarbarian illustration on a T-shirt? It’s easy! The rules: Follow us on Twitter (we’re @PopSci) and retweet our This Week in the Future tweet. One of those lucky retweeters will be chosen to receive a custom T-shirt with this week’s Baarbarian illustration on it, thus making the winner the envy of their friends, coworkers and everyone else with eyes. (Those who would rather not leave things to chance and just pony up some cash for the t-shirt can do that here.) The stories pictured herein:
- Image Recognition Software Can Help Cops ID Gang Graffiti Automatically
- In First Clinical Trial, Unemployed Rattlesnakes Find Work as Cancer-Fighters
- Video: Japanese Robotic Polar Bear Gently Smacks Snorers in the Face
- Drug That Targets Blood Flow to Fat Cells Is Shown to Slim Down Obese Monkeys
And don’t forget to check out our other favorite stories of the week:
- Billabong V1
- Testing the Best: The Jawbone Jambox, the Best Tiniest Wireless Speaker
- Versabar VB10000
- Worx JawSaw
- The Most Amazing Images of the Week, November 14-18, 2011
- In Repetition of Controversial Experiment, Neutrinos Beat Light Speed Once Again
- The Most Exciting Things We Saw at the 2011 LA Auto Show
- Archive Gallery: Single-Wheeled Vehicles Trundle Through The Decades
- North Face’s ThermoBall Wants to Revolutionize Jacket Insulation
- Amazon Kindle Touch Review: Should You Touch Your Books?
- Amazon Kindle Fire Review: So Much More Than an Ebook Reader
- Video: Military Garbage Burner Utterly Destroys Trash, With Tactical Precision
- Science Ink: A Taxonomy of Tattoos Inspired by Science
- First-Ever Supercomputer Sim of the H1N1 Virus Gives Researchers Resolution Down to the Atom
- FYI: Can Humans Trigger Earthquakes?
- Video: One of the Most Slippery Materials Ever
- What the Defense Department Wants For Christmas