Only Top Scientists Can Answer All These Physics Questions Correctly

Can you tell how an object will move, or the physical properties of a physical phenomena like a wave? Well, let's see if you can beat top scientists in the difficult physics test!

Lea Abelson
Created by Lea Abelson
On Sep 17, 2023
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What do you know about physics or quantum physics? We've put together questions that tests your knowledge on the most complex concepts in physics. Concepts like the uncertainty principle, the big band theory, or quantum entanglement. Physics can get pretty weird. Let's see if you could compete with top scientists in this challenging field!

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What type of radiation is the most difficult to detect?

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How would Superman's ability to fly without visible propulsion violate Newton's laws of motion?

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If time travel were possible, and you traveled back in time to meet your younger self, what would happen if you gave your younger self a physics textbook from the future? Would the knowledge inside create a paradox?

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What effect suggests that frequent measurements or observations can "freeze" the evolution of a quantum system, preventing it from changing its state?

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In the context of Einstein's theory of relativity, why would one twin age slower than the other if one twin traveled at near-light speed into space and back while the other stayed on Earth?

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 What is the bizarre, counterintuitive phenomenon that explains how two subatomic particles can be intimately linked to each other even if separated by billions of light-years of space?

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What is the effect when the predictions of quantum mechanics and general relativity are combined?

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What is a hypothetical structure connecting disparate points in spacetime?

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What is a mysterious, invisible substance that does not emit, absorb, or interact with electromagnetic radiation (such as light)?

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What effect proposes that the universe began as a hot, dense, and infinitely small point about 13.8 billion years ago and has been expanding ever since.

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