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How much do you know about physics?
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It’s quiz time, but there is no way you’ll get 15/15, because the question is: How much do you know about physics? Nº 13 is the kind of question you’ll have to answer to kids sometime. Simple general knowledge is not enough, be careful .


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How much do you know about physics? If you’re always the smartest guy in the room, take our challenge. But there is no way you’ll get 15/15

  • Question of

    Who was the author of General and Special relativity theories?

    • Max Planck
    • Albert Einstein
    • Nikola Tesla
    • Werner Heisenberg
  • Question of

    Erwin Schrödinger’s cat is related to an imagined experiment about what type of mechanics?

    • Orbital mechanics
    • Classical mechanics
    • Relativistic mechanics
    • Quantum mechanics
  • Question of

    One for booklovers… Who wrote the book “A Brief History of Time”?

    • Carl Sagan
    • Isaac Asimov
    • Stephen Hawking
    • Richard Feynman
  • Question of

    Some stuff about history… Who was the first in defining gravity?

    • Archimedes
    • Henry Cavendish
    • Democritus
    • Isaac Newton
  • Question of

    There is a fundamental law of physics that Robert Fludd’s hypothetical “Perpetual Motion Machine” doesn’t follow. Which one?

    • Thermodynamics
    • Conservation of mass and energy
    • Inertia
    • Electrostatics
  • Question of

    Who was the discoverer of the neutron?

    • Ernest Rutherford
    • Niels Bohr
    • James Chadwick
    • Joseph John Thompson
  • Question of

    A harder one… Why are planet’s orbits elliptical instead of round?

    • Hawking radiation causes planets to “bounce” when close to the Sun.
    • Orbits alter because gravity tugs at planets as they approach the Sun.
    • Planets originally entered the Sun’s orbit at odd angles.
    • Planet orbits got altered due to each other’s gravity influence during formation.
  • Question of

    Who discovered buoyancy first in history?

    • Aristotle
    • Democritus
    • Archimedes
    • Hipparchus
  • Question of

    Every action has an equal and opposite…

    • … acceleration
    • … force
    • … momentum
    • … reaction
  • Question of

    A broom would be an example of:

    • First degree lever
    • Second degree lever
    • Third degree lever
    • None of them
  • Question of

    One to think about… Which of these is not an example of inertia?

    • A ball rolling into another ball that isn’t moving, causing it to roll as well.
    • An unstoppable object that collides with an unmovable object.
    • An object stopping from being struck by another object.
    • An object falling from a moving car and still moving forward on the ground.
  • Question of

    How is an exploding binary star called?

    • Nova
    • Quasar
    • Mega nova
    • It’s still called a Supernova
  • Question of

    The real reason we don’t fall off the Earth is because:

    • Gravity is a force that pulls us towards the center of the Earth.
    • Earth’s atmosphere keeps pushing us down to the surface.
    • Earth’s roundness holds us on the ground.
    • Mass and weight make our bodies remain attached to the ground.
  • Question of

    What female investigator in physics was declared “the most influential woman in history”?

    • Jocelyn Bell Burnell
    • Hipatia
    • Marie Curie
    • Lise Meitner
  • Question of

    Who was considered the founder of Quantum Theory of physics?

    • Wolfgang Pauli
    • Enrico Fermi
    • Albert Einstein
    • Max Planck

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