Womens' short sleeve t-shirt: Meerkat Spot Bubbles Showing that Black Holes Rule!
Womens' short sleeve t-shirt: Meerkat Spot Bubbles Showing that Black Holes Rule!
Womens' short sleeve t-shirt: Meerkat Spot Bubbles Showing that Black Holes Rule!
Womens' short sleeve t-shirt: Meerkat Spot Bubbles Showing that Black Holes Rule!
Womens' short sleeve t-shirt: Meerkat Spot Bubbles Showing that Black Holes Rule!
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Womens' short sleeve t-shirt: Meerkat Spot Bubbles Showing that Black Holes Rule!
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Womens' short sleeve t-shirt: Meerkat Spot Bubbles Showing that Black Holes Rule!
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Womens' short sleeve t-shirt: Meerkat Spot Bubbles Showing that Black Holes Rule!
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Womens' short sleeve t-shirt: Meerkat Spot Bubbles Showing that Black Holes Rule!
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Womens' short sleeve t-shirt: Meerkat Spot Bubbles Showing that Black Holes Rule!

Womens' short sleeve t-shirt: Meerkat Spot Bubbles Showing that Black Holes Rule!

Regular price
$37.00
Sale price
$37.00
Regular price
Sold out
Unit price
per 

Design Backstory

Alltheus has been told that the origin of structures and objects in the universe is a critical question. Gravity is the glue with which the universe builds large structure as mass distorts stiff but flexible spacetime. The number and variety of objects in the universe is partly determined by gravity’s effect on the small differences in matter distribution from when the Big Bang occurred. Matter will try to fall into the bowls of matter-distorted spacetime but matter is compressed and heats up as it falls into these sinks, increasing the pressure to expand. Physicist James Jeans was  amongst the first to provide a basis for understanding how nebulae balance the opposing forces of gravity and gas pressure.

Understanding how galaxies form and ‘live’ around magnetic fields, flow motions in the nebulae and material distribution is a complex task. A study head-authored by Dr Ian Heywood of University of Oxford’s Department of Physics is important in this regard inspired the design.

Further information together with a link to the study can be found here

A very soft, form-fitting, breathable t-shirt with a slightly lower neckline than a classic t-shirt.


• 50% polyester, 25% cotton, 25% rayon
• Pre-shrunk fabric
• Slim fit
• Ribbed crew neck with set-in sleeves

As the shirt has a nice snug fit please ensure you check the sizing charts before finalising your order, thank you :-)

Size guide

  S M L XL
Length (inches) 26 26 ½ 27 ⅛ 27 ¾
Width (inches) 15 ¾ 16 ½ 17 ½ 18 ½
  S M L XL
Length (cm) 66 67 69 70
Width (cm) 40 42 44 47

Professor Brian Cox

“Science is too important not to be part of popular culture”

Prof Brian Cox

“On the way to the impossible we might find something eminently doable”Prof Brian Cox on summing up the endeavor science (fm The Infinite Monkey Cage – Extraterrestrial Life podcast, BBC Radio 4 7 Dec 2009)

Albert Einstein on Emmy Noether

“… the most significant creative mathematical genius thus far produced since the higher education of women began”

Peter Abelard, French Philsopher & logician

“Through doubting we are led to inquire, and by inquiring we perceive the truth”

Steve Jobs

“I think the biggest innovations of the twenty first century will be the intersection of biology and technology. A new era is beginning”