You mean *pun-nishment*?

Somebody with more patience than I might feel like producing this in a nicer format!

]]>Wordplay is a pretty common source of technical names though. There's the sine-Gordon equation, a modification of the Klein-Gordon equation, for example, and quantum physicists will often talk about bras and kets, so named because they're the two halves of a bracket.

]]>… when R.W. Gosper devised a plane-filling curve with a roughly hexagonal shape and called it a flowsnake.

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