Astronomers do IT all night. Chemists do IT by bonding. Newton did IT with force. Eighteenth century physicists did IT with rigid bodies. Maxwell did IT with magnetism. Volta did IT with a jolt. Watt did IT with power. Joule did IT with energy. Ohm did IT with resistance. Pascal did IT under pressure. Hooke did IT using springs. Coulomb got all charged up about IT. Hertz did IT frequently. Boltzmann did IT in heat. Ampere let IT flow. For Franklin, IT was an electrifying experience. Edison claims to have invented IT. When Richter did IT, the Earth shook. For Darwin, IT was natural. Freud did IT in his sleep. Mendel studied the consequences of IT. When Wegener did IT, continents moved. Classical physicists do IT in perfectly uniform harmonic motion. Heisenberg was never sure whether he even did IT. Bohr did IT in an excited state. Pauli did IT but excluded his friends. Schrödinger did IT in waves. Bose did IT with partners. Einstein did IT on a curved surface. Oort did IT in a cloud. Hubble did IT in the dark. Watson and Crick got all wound up about IT. Cosmologists do IT in a big bang. Theorists do IT on paper. Wigner did IT in a group. Richter and Ting did IT with charm. Astrophysicists do IT with young starlets. Planetary scientists do IT with Uranus. Electron microscopists do IT 100,000 times. Feynman did IT in fields. Hawking wrote a brief history of IT. And supersymmetric theorists do IT with sleptons.