How Well Do You Understand The Science In The Big Bang Theory?
The existence of multiverses (or, in comic book terms, bizarro worlds) is suggested by which scientific theory?
Sheldon could fully explain it to you if only he had a white board. Oh! Here's one.
You'd most likely study dark matter, neutrino oscillation, and cosmic rays in what type of class?
It's a complicated field of research, and it would take Raj much too long to explain it, but he has the time if you do
Sheldon tells a classroom of girls that they can end up like Marie Curie, who died from exposure to what?
Over 100 years later, her papers are kept in lead-lined boxes because of the radiation.
True or False: The weightlessness on the International Space Station is caused by the absence of gravity.
The weightlessness is caused by the absence of G-force. There is gravity everywhere, even a million miles from earth, and even Howard wouldn't travel that far to get away from his mother.
What are we looking at here?
It's expanding ever outward but one day It will pause and start to go the other way.
Leonard is quite excited about Turritopsis dohrnii, a species that's been nicknamed the Immortal _____.
Instead of dying, the jellyfish reverts back to an immature state. Something the guys know a little something about.
The theme song talks about autotrophs. Choose the picture of the autotroph.
Autotrophs are organisms that make their own food from their environment, like ferns, and they don't drool.
Sheldon Cooper has an eidetic memory, which means he has a what kind of memory?
Which explains why he can hold a grudge for so long, Wil Wheaton.
If you want to know more about the real science on The Big Bang Theory, who should you ask?
Dr. David Saltzberg is the show's resident real-life scientist and is responsible for the equations on Sheldon's white boards.