In honor of the recent news about the discovery of the Higgs Boson, I thought I’d post this funny clip from the Big Bang Theory. In it, Dr. Sheldon Cooper (who I swear is a friend of mine in disguise) tries to use it as the keyword in a game of charades. Not only is this one of my favorite shows around (it speaks to me!), they also manage to sneak in a fair bit of real science from time to time. Heck, if it weren’t for them, I never would have been sent scrambling to my laptop to look up the concept of “Loop Quantum Gravity”.
It almost makes we want to write about real science, unrelated to fiction and literature and such. Articles dedicated to the graviton, neutrinos, Relativity, and the mysteries of space and time. But then again, who has that kind of time, who would want to read it, and most importantly, would I really get any enjoyment out of writing about all that stuff? After all, I’m a geek, not a nerd 🙂
4 thoughts on “Higgs Boson, by Sheldon Cooper!”
Oh that show’s hilarious! I watch it when I’m cooking.
Hahaha I love that show…. Does that mean that I’m a geek too? Never thought of it in that way; but, if the shoe fits!
Science is interesting – now if you could add humour and wit, then you’d have an interesting post! 🙂
I love it!!!