For new readers Kelvinography is the name of spotting stuff named after the Kelvin. There are a few examples around Glasgow.
I have not added this to my Christmas Amazon Wishlist as I have another funky wee multitool however here we have one named after the kelvin.
I have [...]
We have not had one of these in while I said to myself as I took this picture when I was stopped at some traffic lights.
As you can see, a company has decided to call themselves after the mighty K.
Kelvinography is the name of spotting stuff named after the Kelvin.
Another example for you chaps …
Kelvin medical practice
Don’t forget, if you guys see any good examples then let me know !
You know – when I spotted this hotel while standing at a bus stop I thought that it was going to be a bit….you know – pay by the hour or a bit of a bed and breakfast for Glasgow City Council’s homeless teams however after a quick Google I was pleasantly surprised – it [...]
The Kelvin-Helmholtz wave cloud looks like crashing ocean waves. These beautiful clouds are named after German physicist Hermann von Helmholtz and British physicist Lord Kelvin, because they form when two different layers of air are moving past each other at different speeds. The above layer is faster. Some parts of the boundary – a shearing [...]
Honorary Kelvinator Ben has been skulking around in bookshops taking photos of books to send in – he spotted this little gem:
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We Need to Talk About Kelvin: What everyday things tell us about the universe – seemingly it is “A hugely accessible and entertaining exploration of the science of [...]
Was out for a walk the other day and noticed a classic case of Kelvinography just a few mins from my house…
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You got a coach needed some new seats?
Named after the Kelvin baby – that’s right the Kelvin.
You can check out some more Kelvinography here
Submitted by Jim (lazy get’ could not even take a new picture and that is with him being a fancy pants photographer)
Kelvin Court, viewed from beneath the railway bridge in Great Western Road, 1955.
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Designed by J N Fatkin of Newcastle, Kelvin Court was built 1937-1938 and consisted of [...]
I am assuming that hardly anyone happened to see the Kelvin Angling Association in the news probably because the only people that knew about the opening day event were the people that were there – nothing sinister – STV just dont give much notice about whether they will give you air time or not.
Two photos kindly submitted by Peter D in the forum – A boozer called “Kelvin Dock” and then a photo of the actual “Kelvin Dock” with a couple of what looks like giant vultures waiting to steal some fish next to it (you can post if you know what the birds are)
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