I know a lot about Theoretical Physicists from Sheldon Cooper of Big Bang Theory. I know about parallel universes (and I wonder if one codingtales in one of the parallel universes believes if parallel universes do not exist).
I'm sorry, but this is just for fun. But I've real questions:
- Are all the equations that appear on the board and Sheldon tries to solve true?
- How is a Rocket Scientist different from a Theoretical Physicist?
- I figure out some errors in the definition of a "Screw" that Sheldon gives. He says he is on an inclined plane wrapped helically around its axis. As far as I know there are no inclined planes with axes. Can you please explain it to me?
- Any other suggestion that would help me understand Big Bang Theory better would be appreciated.
(And please forgive the tags. I didn't find "Theoretical-Physics" tag. I have to bluntly use some other alternative.)