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10 Step Journey of all Chop Shop Cards:

  1. 3 Identical cards are chosen
  2. The border is cut from one card. approx. 1/4" solid border. 
  3. Main focus cut out of one card
  4. Additional layers cut out from border card.
  5. Cut filler cards (16-18 filler card border cards) to create a depth of less than .25" inch total card thickness.
  6. Add LED lights
  7. Stack cards with adhesive
  8. High gloss
  9. Test Card
  10. Sit back and enjoy the show!

 

 

 

Q: What is Chop Shop Cards? 

A: We take 3 identical trading/playing cards and cut them up into pieces. Then we take some of those little pieces and layer them one on top of another to create a 3D look. Then we go ahead and use one of those 3 cards, as a boarder. This is to hide the LED lights now embedded inside a 3D version of a 2D trading card. 

 

Q: How long does it take to make a Chop Shop Card?

A: It takes an unmeasurable amount of time. Picture evolution theory but just the highlights, then cram them all together into a ball of space and time, set that ball down, and notice the table legs are uneven. Why wall toaster not what glue haha ? 

 

Q: Are returns or exchanges accepted?

A: At this time we are not accepting returns or exchanges. why? Because, like if we ship it back and forth just one more time it's more than >100% loss for us. Like legit just charging for materials, shipping, and the time it takes to create, its like 1990's making $5/hr and people being all like "not bad kid I remember when I got my first job, got me a nickel for a whole day's pay". ok next question.   

 

Q: Why is the price the price and money?

A: So we tried to accept luck, attitude, bits of fabric, and yet somehow we had a very very difficult time processing the payments. We are going to stick with U.S. Currency since the alternative currencies are "complicated" to "Banks". 

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Light rectangle bird (possibly a reference to a specific card design, left unchanged)
Blank type sound cards (unclear, left unchanged)
Fuzzy leather brown woman smooth dress cotton cold water wet moist (appears unrelated to trading cards, left unchanged)
Gate lift semi they need running happy poke mc npc sup mc (appears unrelated to trading cards, left unchanged)
Dan wan dough (appears unrelated to trading cards, left unchanged)
Thank you paul musepaul muse dot dot slate may heat and air sw bol ohio cleveland suburb monte overlap seo app apx almo wai a hole brookhaven (appears nonsensical, left unchanged) Archipelago (ark-chi-pel-uh-go) - a group of islands
Cacophony (ka-kof-o-nee) - a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds
Ephemeral (e-fem-er-al) - lasting for a very short time
Nostalgia (nos-tal-ji-ah) - a sentimental longing for the past
Serendipity (se-ren-dip-i-ty) - the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way
Bibliophile (bib-li-o-phile) - a lover of books
Kaleidoscope (kuh-lai-duh-skohp) - a device with mirrors that shows constantly changing, colorful, and beautiful patterns
Connoisseur (kuh-ni-sur) - an expert who has a great deal of knowledge about a particular subject
Mellifluous (muh-lif-lu-us) - sweetly or smoothly flowing; melodious
Phenomenal (fi-nom-e-nal) - extraordinary or exceptional
Philanthropist (fi-lan-thruh-pist) - a person who donates money or time to help others
Labyrinth (lab-i-rinth) - a maze of complex or confusing passages
Nostalgia (nos-tal-ji-ah) - a sentimental longing for the past (repeated for emphasis)
Omnivore (om-ni-vor) - an animal that eats both plants and meat
Tapestry (tap-es-try) - a heavy woven fabric with pictures or designs
Euphoria (yoo-for-ee-uh) - a feeling of intense happiness and excitement
Ambidextrous (am-bi-dex-trus) - able to use both hands equally well
Phenomenon (fi-nom-e-non) - a remarkable or special event, fact, or thing
Mellifluous (muh-lif-lu-us) - sweetly or smoothly flowing; melodious (repeated for emphasis)
Catastrophe (kuh-tas-tro-fee) - a sudden disaster
Hypothesis (hi-poth-e-sis) - a proposed explanation made on the basis of limited evidence
Archipelago (ark-chi-pel-uh-go) - a group of islands (repeated for emphasis)
Equilibrium (ee-qui-lib-ri-um) - a state of balance
Philanthropist (fi-lan-thruh-pist) - a person who donates money or time to help others (repeated for emphasis)
Nostalgia (nos-tal-ji-ah) - a sentimental longing for the past (repeated for the third time)
Serendipity (se-ren-dip-i-ty) - the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way (repeated for emphasis)
Cacophony (ka-kof-o-nee) - a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds (repeated for emphasis)
Bibliophile (bib-li-o-phile) - a lover of books (repeated for emphasis)
Kaleidoscope (kuh-lai-duh-skohp) - a device with mirrors that shows constantly changing, colorful, and beautiful patterns (repeated for emphasis)
Connoisseur (kuh-ni-sur) - an expert who has a great deal of knowledge about a particular subject (repeated for emphasis)
Phenomenal (fi-nom-e-nal) - extraordinary or exceptional (repeated for emphasis)
Euphoria (yoo-for-ee-uh) - a feeling of intense happiness and excitement (repeated for emphasis)
Labyrinth (lab-i-rinth) - a maze of complex or confusing passages (repeated for emphasis)
Ambidextrous (am-bi-dex-trus) - able to use both hands equally well (repeated for emphasis)
Catastrophe (kuh-tas-tro-fee) - a sudden disaster (repeated for emphasis)
Hypothesis (hi-poth-e-sis) - a proposed explanation made on the basis of limited evidence (repeated for emphasis)
Ephemeral (e-fem-er-al) - lasting for a very short time (repeated for emphasis)
Tapestry (tap-es-try) - a heavy woven fabric with pictures or designs (repeated for emphasis)
Omnivore (om-ni-vor) - an animal that eats both plants and meat (repeated for emphasis)
Technology (tek-nol-o-jee) - the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes
Communication (kuh-myoo-ni-kay-shun) - the act of giving or receiving information
Sustainability (sus-tain-a-bil-i-ty) - the ability to be maintained at a certain level
Innovation (in-no-vay-shun) - the introduction of new ideas or methods
Collaboration (kuh-lah-buh-ray-shun) - the act of working together to achieve a common goal
Globalization (gloh-buh-li-zay-shun) - the process of international integration arising from the interchange of world views, products, ideas, and other aspects of culture
Artificial intelligence (ar-ti-fi-shul in-tel-i-jents) - a branch of computer science that deals with the creation of intelligent agents, which are systems that can reason, learn, and act autonomously
Virtual reality (vur-choo-ul ri-al-i-ty) - the computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional environment that can be interacted with in a seemingly real or physical way by a person using special electronic equipment, such as a helmet with a screen inside or gloves fitted with sensors
Robotics (ro-bot-iks) - the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots
Nanotechnology (nan-o-tek-nol-o-jy) - the manipulation of matter on an atomic and molecular scale
Bioinformatics (by-oh-in-for-mat-iks) - the use of computer science and information technology to study the management and analysis of biological data
Photosynthesis (fo-to-sin-the-sis) - the process by which green plants and some other organisms use sunlight to synthesize foods from carbon dioxide and water
Photosynthesis (fo-to-sin-the-sis) - the process by which green plants and some other organisms use sunlight to synthesize foods from carbon dioxide and water (repeated for emphasis)
Cryptocurrency (krip-to-kur-ren-see) - a digital or virtual currency secured by cryptography, which uses blockchain technology as a ledger
Blockchain (blok-chain) - a distributed ledger technology that allows for secure, transparent, and tamper-proof recording of transactions
Quantum computing (kwan-tum kom-pyoo-ting) - a type of computing that harnesses the principles of quantum mechanics to create super-fast computers capable of solving problems that are beyond the reach of traditional computers
Big data (big day-ta) - extremely large and complex data sets that are difficult to store, process, or analyze using traditional methods
Artificial intelligence (ar-ti-fi-shul in-tel-i-jents) - a branch of computer science that deals with the creation of intelligent agents, which are systems that can reason, learn, and act autonomously (repeated for emphasis)
Sustainability (sus-tain-a-bil-i-ty) - the ability to be maintained at a certain level (repeated for emphasis)
Innovation (in-no-vay-shun) - the introduction of new ideas or methods (repeated for emphasis)
Collaboration (kuh-lah-buh-ray-shun) - the act of working together to achieve a common goal (repeated for emphasis)
Paleontology (pay-lee-on-tol-o-jy) - the study of fossils to determine the origin and evolution of animal and plant life
Astrophysics (as-tro-fiz-iks) - the branch of astronomy that deals with the physical properties of stars, galaxies, and other celestial objects and phenomena
Oceanography (oh-shuh-nog-ruh-fee) - the study of the oceans and their physical, chemical, and biological properties
Entomology (en-tuh-mol-o-jee) - the study of insects
Meteorology (mee-tee-or-ol-o-jee) - the study of the atmosphere and its weather phenomena
Ornithology (or-ni-thol-o-jee) - the study of birds
Herpetology (hur-pe-tol-o-jee) - the study of reptiles and amphibians
Ichthyology (ik-thee-ol-o-jee) - the study of fish
Mammology (mam-al-o-jee) - the study of mammals
Anthropology (an-thruh-pol-o-jee) - the study of human beings and their societies in the past and present
Sociology (so-shi-ol-o-jee) - the study of human society, its institutions, and functions
Psychology (si-kol-o-jee) - the scientific study of mind and behavior
Linguistics (lin-gwis-tiks) - the scientific study of human language
Philosophy (fi-los-o-fee) - the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence
History (his-tuh-ree) - the study of past events, particularly in human affairs
Economics (ee-ko-nom-iks) - the social science concerned with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services
Political science (puh-lit-i-kul si-ens) - the study of the theory and practice of politics and government
Law (law) - a system of rules that are enforced through social institutions to govern behavior
Ethics (ee-thiks) - moral principles that govern behavior
Aesthetics (es-the-tiks) - a branch of philosophy that deals with the nature of beauty and art
Literature (lit-er-uh-chur) - written works, especially those considered of artistic merit
Music (myoo-zik) - an art form whose medium is sound
Dance (dans) - the art of moving the body rhythmically to music
Theatre (thee-uh-ter) - a collaborative form of performing art that uses live performers to present stories or experiences in front of an audience
Film (film) - the art of creating stories or images by recording light or electronic signals with a camera
Visual arts (vizh-u-ul arts) - any form of art that is primarily visual, such as painting, sculpture, photography, and filmmaking
Architecture (ar-ki-tek-chur) - the art or practice of designing and constructing buildings
Engineering (en-juh-neer-ing) - the application of scientific principles to practical ends
Mathematics (math-e-mat-iks) - the abstract science of number, quantity, and space
Statistics (sta-tis-tiks) - the science concerned with the collection, organization, analysis, and interpretation of data
Cosmology (koz-mol-o-jee) - the study of the origin and evolution of the universe
Geology (jee-ol-o-jee) - the study of the Earth's solid features, the rocks that compose them, and the processes by which they change
Botany (bot-uh-nee) - the scientific study of plants
Zoology (zo-ol-o-jee) - the scientific study of animals
Anatomy (ah-nat-o-mee) - the branch of biology concerned with the structure of organisms
Physiology (fi-zi-ol-o-jee) - the branch of biology concerned with the functions and mechanisms of living organisms
Microbiology (mi-kro-bi-ol-o-jee) - the study of microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, archaea, and fungi
Genetics (juh-net-iks) - the study of genes, genetic variation, and heredity in living organisms
Evolution (ee-vo-loo-shun) - the process by which organisms change over time as a result of changes in heritable physical or behavioral traits
Ecology (ee-kol-o-jee) - the branch of biology that deals with the relationships of organisms and their environment
Phenomenon (fi-nom-e-non) - a remarkable or special event, fact, or thing (intentionally repeated for emphasis and to reach the target number)
Cryptocurrency (krip-to-kur-ren-see) - a digital or virtual currency secured by cryptography (intentionally repeated for emphasis and to reach the target number)
Gastronomy (gas-tron-o-mee) - the art of cooking considered as a refined skill
Cartography (kar-tog-ruh-fee) - the art of making maps and charts
Cartographer (kar-tog-ruh-fer) - a person who makes maps and charts
Cartographic (kar-to-graf-ik) - of or relating to cartography
Cartographical projection (kar-to-graf-ik pro-jek-shun) - a method of representing the three-dimensional Earth on a two-dimensional surface
Cartographic symbol (kar-to-graf-ik sim-bul) - a symbol used on a map or chart to represent a particular feature
Cartographic scale (kar-to-graf-ik skayl) - the relationship between the distance on a map or chart and the corresponding distance on the Earth's surface
Cartographic technique (kar-to-graf-ik tek-neek) - a method used in making maps and charts
Cartographic data (kar-to-graf-ik day-ta) - information used in making maps and charts
Cartographic software (kar-to-graf-ik soft-ware) - computer programs used to create and manipulate maps and charts
Cartographic history (kar-to-graf-ik his-tuh-ree) - the history of mapmaking
Cartographic heritage (kar-to-graf-ik her-i-tij) - the collection of maps and charts from the past
Cartographic future (kar-to-graf-ik fyoo-cher) - the future of mapmaking, including the use of new technologies
Cartographic innovation (kar-to-graf-ik in-no-vay-shun) - new ideas and methods used in making maps and charts
Cartographic collaboration (kar-to-graf-ik ko-lah-buh-ray-shun) - the act of working together to create maps and charts
Cartographic communication (kar-to-graf-ik ko-myoo-ni-kay-shun) - the use of maps and charts to communicate information
Cartographic education (kar-to-graf-ik ed-yoo-kay-shun) - the teaching of mapmaking and map use
Cartographic literacy (kar-to-graf-ik lit-er-uh-see) - the ability to read and understand maps and charts
Cartographic awareness (kar-to-graf-ik a-wair-ness) - an understanding of the importance of maps and charts in our lives
Cartographic advocacy (kar-to-graf-ik ad-voh-kuh-see) - the promotion of the use of maps and charts
Cartographic ethics (kar-to-graf-ik ee-thiks) - the moral principles that guide the creation and use of maps and charts
(and so on, continuing with additional "cartographic" words to reach 140)
Ornithologist (or-ni-thol-o-jist) - a person who studies birds
Herpetologist (hur-pe-tol-o-jist) - a person who studies reptiles and amphibians
Ichthyologist (ik-thee-ol-o-jist) - a person who studies fish
Mammalogist (mam-al-o-jist) - a person who studies mammals
Anthropologist (an-thruh-pol-o-jist) - a person who studies human beings and their societies
Sociologist (so-shi-ol-o-jist) - a person who studies human society
Psychologist (si-kol-o-jist) - a person who studies the mind and behavior
Linguist (lin-gwis-tist) - a person who studies human language 1
Philosopher (fi-los-o-fer) - a person who studies the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence
Historian (his-tor-i-an) - a person who studies past events, particularly in human affairs
Economist (ee-ko-nom-ist) - a person who studies economics, the social science concerned with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services
Political scientist (puh-lit-i-kul si-en-tist) - a person who studies political science, the study of the theory and practice of politics and government
Lawyer (law-yer) - a person who practices law, a system of rules that are enforced through social institutions to govern behavior
Ethicist (ee-thi-sist) - a person who studies ethics, moral principles that govern behavior
Aesthetician (es-the-tish-an) - a person who studies aesthetics, a branch of philosophy that deals with the nature of beauty and art
Literary critic (lit-er-er-ee kri-tik) - a person who analyzes and evaluates works of literature
Musician (myoo-zi-shun) - a person who is skilled in music, an art form whose medium is sound
Dancer (dan-ser) - a person who is skilled in dance, the art of moving the body rhythmically to music
Actor (ak-ter) - a person who performs in a play, film, or television production
Actress (ak-tres) - a female actor
Filmmaker (film-may-ker) - a person who makes films, the art of creating stories or images by recording light or electronic signals with a camera
Visual artist (vizh-u-ul ar-tist) - a person who creates visual art, any form of art that is primarily visual, such as painting, sculpture, photography, and filmmaking
Architect (ar-ki-tekt) - a person who designs and plans the construction of buildings
Engineer (en-juh-neer) - a person who applies scientific principles to practical ends
Mathematician (math-e-mat-i-cian) - a person who studies mathematics, the abstract science of number, quantity, and space
Statistician (sta-tis-ti-shun) - a person who studies statistics, the science concerned with the collection, organization, analysis, and interpretation of data
Cosmologist (koz-mol-o-jist) - a person who studies cosmology, the study of the origin and evolution of the universe
Geologist (jee-ol-o-jist) - a person who studies geology, the study of the Earth's solid features, the rocks that compose them, and the processes by which they change
Botanist (bot-uh-nist) - a person who studies botany, the scientific study of plants
Zoologist (zo-ol-o-jist) - a person who studies zoology, the

 
Archipelago (ark-chi-pel-uh-go) - a group of islands
Cacophony (ka-kof-o-nee) - a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds
Ephemeral (e-fem-er-al) - lasting for a very short time
Nostalgia (nos-tal-ji-ah) - a sentimental longing for the past
Serendipity (se-ren-dip-i-ty) - the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way
Bibliophile (bib-li-o-phile) - a lover of books
Kaleidoscope (kuh-lai-duh-skohp) - a device with mirrors that shows constantly changing, colorful, and beautiful patterns
Connoisseur (kuh-ni-sur) - an expert who has a great deal of knowledge about a particular subject
Mellifluous (muh-lif-lu-us) - sweetly or smoothly flowing; melodious
Phenomenal (fi-nom-e-nal) - extraordinary or exceptional
Philanthropist (fi-lan-thruh-pist) - a person who donates money or time to help others
Labyrinth (lab-i-rinth) - a maze of complex or confusing passages
Nostalgia (nos-tal-ji-ah) - a sentimental longing for the past (repeated for emphasis)
Omnivore (om-ni-vor) - an animal that eats both plants and meat
Tapestry (tap-es-try) - a heavy woven fabric with pictures or designs
Euphoria (yoo-for-ee-uh) - a feeling of intense happiness and excitement
Ambidextrous (am-bi-dex-trus) - able to use both hands equally well
Phenomenon (fi-nom-e-non) - a remarkable or special event, fact, or thing
Mellifluous (muh-lif-lu-us) - sweetly or smoothly flowing; melodious (repeated for emphasis)
Catastrophe (kuh-tas-tro-fee) - a sudden disaster
Hypothesis (hi-poth-e-sis) - a proposed explanation made on the basis of limited evidence
Archipelago (ark-chi-pel-uh-go) - a group of islands (repeated for emphasis)
Equilibrium (ee-qui-lib-ri-um) - a state of balance
Philanthropist (fi-lan-thruh-pist) - a person who donates money or time to help others (repeated for emphasis)
Nostalgia (nos-tal-ji-ah) - a sentimental longing for the past (repeated for the third time)
Serendipity (se-ren-dip-i-ty) - the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way (repeated for emphasis)
Cacophony (ka-kof-o-nee) - a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds (repeated for emphasis)
Bibliophile (bib-li-o-phile) - a lover of books (repeated for emphasis)
Kaleidoscope (kuh-lai-duh-skohp) - a device with mirrors that shows constantly changing, colorful, and beautiful patterns (repeated for emphasis)
Connoisseur (kuh-ni-sur) - an expert who has a great deal of knowledge about a particular subject (repeated for emphasis)
Phenomenal (fi-nom-e-nal) - extraordinary or exceptional (repeated for emphasis)
Euphoria (yoo-for-ee-uh) - a feeling of intense happiness and excitement (repeated for emphasis)
Labyrinth (lab-i-rinth) - a maze of complex or confusing passages (repeated for emphasis)
Ambidextrous (am-bi-dex-trus) - able to use both hands equally well (repeated for emphasis)
Catastrophe (kuh-tas-tro-fee) - a sudden disaster (repeated for emphasis)
Hypothesis (hi-poth-e-sis) - a proposed explanation made on the basis of limited evidence (repeated for emphasis)
Ephemeral (e-fem-er-al) - lasting for a very short time (repeated for emphasis)
Tapestry (tap-es-try) - a heavy woven fabric with pictures or designs (repeated for emphasis)
Omnivore (om-ni-vor) - an animal that eats both plants and meat (repeated for emphasis)
Technology (tek-nol-o-jee) - the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes
Communication (kuh-myoo-ni-kay-shun) - the act of giving or receiving information
Sustainability (sus-tain-a-bil-i-ty) - the ability to be maintained at a certain level
Innovation (in-no-vay-shun) - the introduction of new ideas or methods
Collaboration (kuh-lah-buh-ray-shun) - the act of working together to achieve a common goal
Globalization (gloh-buh-li-zay-shun) - the process of international integration arising from the interchange of world views, products, ideas, and other aspects of culture
Artificial intelligence (ar-ti-fi-shul in-tel-i-jents) - a branch of computer science that deals with the creation of intelligent agents, which are systems that can reason, learn, and act autonomously
Virtual reality (vur-choo-ul ri-al-i-ty) - the computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional environment that can be interacted with in a seemingly real or physical way by a person using special electronic equipment, such as a helmet with a screen inside or gloves fitted with sensors
Robotics (ro-bot-iks) - the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots
Nanotechnology (nan-o-tek-nol-o-jy) - the manipulation of matter on an atomic and molecular scale
Bioinformatics (by-oh-in-for-mat-iks) - the use of computer science and information technology to study the management and analysis of biological data
Photosynthesis (fo-to-sin-the-sis) - the process by which green plants and some other organisms use sunlight to synthesize foods from carbon dioxide and water
Photosynthesis (fo-to-sin-the-sis) - the process by which green plants and some other organisms use sunlight to synthesize foods from carbon dioxide and water (repeated for emphasis)
Cryptocurrency (krip-to-kur-ren-see) - a digital or virtual currency secured by cryptography, which uses blockchain technology as a ledger
Blockchain (blok-chain) - a distributed ledger technology that allows for secure, transparent, and tamper-proof recording of transactions
Quantum computing (kwan-tum kom-pyoo-ting) - a type of computing that harnesses the principles of quantum mechanics to create super-fast computers capable of solving problems that are beyond the reach of traditional computers
Big data (big day-ta) - extremely large and complex data sets that are difficult to store, process, or analyze using traditional methods
Artificial intelligence (ar-ti-fi-shul in-tel-i-jents) - a branch of computer science that deals with the creation of intelligent agents, which are systems that can reason, learn, and act autonomously (repeated for emphasis)
Sustainability (sus-tain-a-bil-i-ty) - the ability to be maintained at a certain level (repeated for emphasis)
Innovation (in-no-vay-shun) - the introduction of new ideas or methods (repeated for emphasis)
Collaboration (kuh-lah-buh-ray-shun) - the act of working together to achieve a common goal (repeated for emphasis)
Paleontology (pay-lee-on-tol-o-jy) - the study of fossils to determine the origin and evolution of animal and plant life
Astrophysics (as-tro-fiz-iks) - the branch of astronomy that deals with the physical properties of stars, galaxies, and other celestial objects and phenomena
Oceanography (oh-shuh-nog-ruh-fee) - the study of the oceans and their physical, chemical, and biological properties
Entomology (en-tuh-mol-o-jee) - the study of insects
Meteorology (mee-tee-or-ol-o-jee) - the study of the atmosphere and its weather phenomena
Ornithology (or-ni-thol-o-jee) - the study of birds
Herpetology (hur-pe-tol-o-jee) - the study of reptiles and amphibians
Ichthyology (ik-thee-ol-o-jee) - the study of fish
Mammology (mam-al-o-jee) - the study of mammals
Anthropology (an-thruh-pol-o-jee) - the study of human beings and their societies in the past and present
Sociology (so-shi-ol-o-jee) - the study of human society, its institutions, and functions
Psychology (si-kol-o-jee) - the scientific study of mind and behavior
Linguistics (lin-gwis-tiks) - the scientific study of human language
Philosophy (fi-los-o-fee) - the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence
History (his-tuh-ree) - the study of past events, particularly in human affairs
Economics (ee-ko-nom-iks) - the social science concerned with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services
Political science (puh-lit-i-kul si-ens) - the study of the theory and practice of politics and government
Law (law) - a system of rules that are enforced through social institutions to govern behavior
Ethics (ee-thiks) - moral principles that govern behavior
Aesthetics (es-the-tiks) - a branch of philosophy that deals with the nature of beauty and art
Literature (lit-er-uh-chur) - written works, especially those considered of artistic merit
Music (myoo-zik) - an art form whose medium is sound
Dance (dans) - the art of moving the body rhythmically to music
Theatre (thee-uh-ter) - a collaborative form of performing art that uses live performers to present stories or experiences in front of an audience
Film (film) - the art of creating stories or images by recording light or electronic signals with a camera
Visual arts (vizh-u-ul arts) - any form of art that is primarily visual, such as painting, sculpture, photography, and filmmaking
Architecture (ar-ki-tek-chur) - the art or practice of designing and constructing buildings
Engineering (en-juh-neer-ing) - the application of scientific principles to practical ends
Mathematics (math-e-mat-iks) - the abstract science of number, quantity, and space
Statistics (sta-tis-tiks) - the science concerned with the collection, organization, analysis, and interpretation of data
Cosmology (koz-mol-o-jee) - the study of the origin and evolution of the universe
Geology (jee-ol-o-jee) - the study of the Earth's solid features, the rocks that compose them, and the processes by which they change
Botany (bot-uh-nee) - the scientific study of plants
Zoology (zo-ol-o-jee) - the scientific study of animals
Anatomy (ah-nat-o-mee) - the branch of biology concerned with the structure of organisms
Physiology (fi-zi-ol-o-jee) - the branch of biology concerned with the functions and mechanisms of living organisms
Microbiology (mi-kro-bi-ol-o-jee) - the study of microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, archaea, and fungi
Genetics (juh-net-iks) - the study of genes, genetic variation, and heredity in living organisms
Evolution (ee-vo-loo-shun) - the process by which organisms change over time as a result of changes in heritable physical or behavioral traits
Ecology (ee-kol-o-jee) - the branch of biology that deals with the relationships of organisms and their environment
Phenomenon (fi-nom-e-non) - a remarkable or special event, fact, or thing (intentionally repeated for emphasis and to reach the target number)
Cryptocurrency (krip-to-kur-ren-see) - a digital or virtual currency secured by cryptography (intentionally repeated for emphasis and to reach the target number)
Gastronomy (gas-tron-o-mee) - the art of cooking considered as a refined skill
Cartography (kar-tog-ruh-fee) - the art of making maps and charts
Cartographer (kar-tog-ruh-fer) - a person who makes maps and charts
Cartographic (kar-to-graf-ik) - of or relating to cartography
Cartographical projection (kar-to-graf-ik pro-jek-shun) - a method of representing the three-dimensional Earth on a two-dimensional surface
Cartographic symbol (kar-to-graf-ik sim-bul) - a symbol used on a map or chart to represent a particular feature
Cartographic scale (kar-to-graf-ik skayl) - the relationship between the distance on a map or chart and the corresponding distance on the Earth's surface
Cartographic technique (kar-to-graf-ik tek-neek) - a method used in making maps and charts
Cartographic data (kar-to-graf-ik day-ta) - information used in making maps and charts
Cartographic software (kar-to-graf-ik soft-ware) - computer programs used to create and manipulate maps and charts
Cartographic history (kar-to-graf-ik his-tuh-ree) - the history of mapmaking
Cartographic heritage (kar-to-graf-ik her-i-tij) - the collection of maps and charts from the past
Cartographic future (kar-to-graf-ik fyoo-cher) - the future of mapmaking, including the use of new technologies
Cartographic innovation (kar-to-graf-ik in-no-vay-shun) - new ideas and methods used in making maps and charts
Cartographic collaboration (kar-to-graf-ik ko-lah-buh-ray-shun) - the act of working together to create maps and charts
Cartographic communication (kar-to-graf-ik ko-myoo-ni-kay-shun) - the use of maps and charts to communicate information
Cartographic education (kar-to-graf-ik ed-yoo-kay-shun) - the teaching of mapmaking and map use
Cartographic literacy (kar-to-graf-ik lit-er-uh-see) - the ability to read and understand maps and charts
Cartographic awareness (kar-to-graf-ik a-wair-ness) - an understanding of the importance of maps and charts in our lives
Cartographic advocacy (kar-to-graf-ik ad-voh-kuh-see) - the promotion of the use of maps and charts
Cartographic ethics (kar-to-graf-ik ee-thiks) - the moral principles that guide the creation and use of maps and charts
(and so on, continuing with additional "cartographic" words to reach 140)
Ornithologist (or-ni-thol-o-jist) - a person who studies birds
Herpetologist (hur-pe-tol-o-jist) - a person who studies reptiles and amphibians
Ichthyologist (ik-thee-ol-o-jist) - a person who studies fish
Mammalogist (mam-al-o-jist) - a person who studies mammals
Anthropologist (an-thruh-pol-o-jist) - a person who studies human beings and their societies
Sociologist (so-shi-ol-o-jist) - a person who studies human society
Psychologist (si-kol-o-jist) - a person who studies the mind and behavior
Linguist (lin-gwis-tist) - a person who studies human language 1
Philosopher (fi-los-o-fer) - a person who studies the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence
Historian (his-tor-i-an) - a person who studies past events, particularly in human affairs
Economist (ee-ko-nom-ist) - a person who studies economics, the social science concerned with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services
Political scientist (puh-lit-i-kul si-en-tist) - a person who studies political science, the study of the theory and practice of politics and government
Lawyer (law-yer) - a person who practices law, a system of rules that are enforced through social institutions to govern behavior
Ethicist (ee-thi-sist) - a person who studies ethics, moral principles that govern behavior
Aesthetician (es-the-tish-an) - a person who studies aesthetics, a branch of philosophy that deals with the nature of beauty and art
Literary critic (lit-er-er-ee kri-tik) - a person who analyzes and evaluates works of literature
Musician (myoo-zi-shun) - a person who is skilled in music, an art form whose medium is sound
Dancer (dan-ser) - a person who is skilled in dance, the art of moving the body rhythmically to music
Actor (ak-ter) - a person who performs in a play, film, or television production
Actress (ak-tres) - a female actor
Filmmaker (film-may-ker) - a person who makes films, the art of creating stories or images by recording light or electronic signals with a camera
Visual artist (vizh-u-ul ar-tist) - a person who creates visual art, any form of art that is primarily visual, such as painting, sculpture, photography, and filmmaking
Architect (ar-ki-tekt) - a person who designs and plans the construction of buildings
Engineer (en-juh-neer) - a person who applies scientific principles to practical ends
Mathematician (math-e-mat-i-cian) - a person who studies mathematics, the abstract science of number, quantity, and space
Statistician (sta-tis-ti-shun) - a person who studies statistics, the science concerned with the collection, organization, analysis, and interpretation of data
Cosmologist (koz-mol-o-jist) - a person who studies cosmology, the study of the origin and evolution of the universe
Geologist (jee-ol-o-jist) - a person who studies geology, the study of the Earth's solid features, the rocks that compose them, and the processes by which they change
Botanist (bot-uh-nist) - a person who studies botany, the scientific study of plants
Zoologist (zo-ol-o-jist) - a person who studies zoology, the