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modern physics quiz Anonymous 10/09/23(Thu)21:55 No. 8793 ID: f15ba7
8793

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Share your scores by posting screen caps or the "code" given at the end of the test.


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Jojo Bizarro 11/01/22(Sat)06:04 No. 9724 ID: 3651c7

I got 25 out of 37, but the quiz seems flawed. The Big Bang is a theory that somehow got elevated to religious dogma among many so-called “physicists,” including what’s-his-face in the wheelchair. The Universe always existed and isn’t expanding. The red shift comes from photons losing energy by bumping into particles on the way here. That explains why the red shift is the same in all directions. If there was a doppler shift from an expanding universe, we’d see one point in the sky where the shift was lowest, indicating the direction of the hypothesized origin point, and the opposite part of the sky would have the greatest shift, unless we so arrogantly think the Earth is the center of the Universe.

Also, dark matter is the epicycle of the 21st century. I’m ready to be branded a heretic now.


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Anonymous 11/01/23(Sun)08:56 No. 9745 ID: 10a4a9

Photons don't lose energy by bumping into shit, retard.


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Anonymous 11/01/23(Sun)15:40 No. 9749 ID: 3f5f43

>>9724
hi there troll. just pointing out that according to the actual theory space itself has been expanding since the big bang. there is no origin point like you mean, the entire universe that exists IS the origin point, but inflated to a fairly big size. hence, background radiation and doppler shift everywhere.


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Anonymous 11/01/24(Mon)05:45 No. 9764 ID: 39d1fa

>>9745

Yes they do, retard.


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Anonymous 11/01/24(Mon)13:33 No. 9772 ID: a46f26

...is this outdated? I don't recognize any of this stuff from my copy of "on floating bodies." Plus, it doesn't even mention aether.


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Jojo Bizarro 11/01/24(Mon)15:35 No. 9773 ID: 54c9a4

>>9749

>The entire universe that exists IS the origin point.

Think about what you just said. If the Universe is expanding, it has to expand into space that it didn’t occupy before, and if it was infinitely small at one time, then it had to have gotten bigger from somewhere. That somewhere is the origin point.

Furthermore, your calling me a “troll” is just your refusal to admit that I’m actually a heretic. I expected that, though. I’m done with this thread for good.


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Anonymous 11/01/25(Tue)11:54 No. 9782 ID: 3f5f43

>>9773
1/10


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Anonymous 11/01/28(Fri)00:35 No. 9806 ID: 985667

>>9773
You don't understand that absolutely everything is expanding. Imagine the universe is the surface of a balloon with little dots on it, as you blow it up, all of the dots get farther away from each other, with no single origin point. You are infact expanding yourself, as the gaps between individual molecules, atoms and subatomic particles that make you grow larger, due to the fact that space and time itself is expanding.
It's hard to get your head around, I can see why you're unwilling to beleive it.


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Anonymous 11/01/28(Fri)00:46 No. 9807 ID: 9e5353

37/37.
But fuck you, string theorists. String theory has made nothing but more string theory. They have not found any form of any sort of quantifiable answer to help with any field of science at all.


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Anonymous 11/01/29(Sat)18:07 No. 9837 ID: b17f2d

>>9807
No verification code?

Troll detected.


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Anonymous 11/01/29(Sat)19:03 No. 9838 ID: c87c77

>>9764
Are you saying Compton scattering is the reason for the red shift of FUCKING VISIBLE LIGHT? I'd love to see you justify this absurd bullshit.


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Anonymous 11/04/25(Mon)14:22 No. 10747 ID: 663178

27/37
AA884321BG1375EFA41

would like to know source of the music


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Selera 11/04/26(Tue)03:12 No. 10748 ID: 04e928

21/37
6F64B97D5G1486D36DE


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Selera 11/04/26(Tue)03:15 No. 10749 ID: 04e928

Oh and my score of 21/37 is from someone who didn't graduate high school. =P


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Anonymous 11/04/27(Wed)08:29 No. 10755 ID: fb6220

29 - 243113DFDG107F18DFC

Did better than I thought I would... Most of my answers were semi-educated guesses. :P


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Anonymous 11/04/27(Wed)21:06 No. 10757 ID: 4df016

went random on everything.. got 21.. If I'd actually try.. i guess I'd go higher.. Thinking this is how many Amerifags have tests..


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Anonymous 11/07/23(Sat)06:43 No. 11556 ID: 966b17

>>8861
This


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Anonymous 11/08/17(Wed)19:20 No. 11785 ID: 7106bb

got 25
AEEEECC39G144932926
i was actually annoyed when i had to deal with alot of names rather than physics


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juniusgallio 11/08/17(Wed)21:33 No. 11786 ID: 675d66

27 out of 35. Not bad, but not great.


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juniusgallio 11/08/17(Wed)21:37 No. 11787 ID: 675d66

>>11786
Oh, and the code: 6da4f5f1dg1a7f510ad


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Anonymous 11/08/19(Fri)06:09 No. 11822 ID: 6860ec

FB7B21DA1G19A6D3399 - 17/37
No physics education and I guessed on most of them.


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Anonymous 12/01/16(Mon)23:40 No. 12937 ID: d82fc2

shitty score of 21/37 2544F6C65G1BED416A1 :(

well, i haven't finished my Education Yet, i can Improve!


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Anonymous 12/02/15(Wed)00:20 No. 13051 ID: 00b8d4

7336E8C37G1BEE393E1 23/37
guessed most of em


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Anonymous 12/03/27(Tue)22:31 No. 13258 ID: 807d52

I played it twice and got 22, didn't realize the arrows indicate your selection, not that you're correct. Maybe 22 is too high for a derp like me.

Fuck it, it's just history anyway.


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Anonymous 12/05/21(Mon)09:23 No. 13530 ID: 225439

25 OUT OF 37
NOT BAD FOR A cnc MACHINIST


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Anonymous 12/05/25(Fri)03:21 No. 13537 ID: 9d4f09

forgot the fucking code but 19. I knew like one of these questions


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Anonymous 12/05/29(Tue)03:51 No. 13546 ID: bbd821

This is more of a history test rather than physics. OP is a fag.


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Anonymous 12/07/13(Fri)05:00 No. 13775 ID: 6a588e

D14F35EB7G17267CB5B

23 of thirty bitches


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27 / 37 Hoffman 12/07/13(Fri)08:56 No. 13776 ID: e4cd21

E08F3F21BG1D383876E

there was a good amount of guessing, most of it was a history lesson, and not part of my quantum theory class... :(


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27 / 37 Hoffman 12/07/13(Fri)08:57 No. 13777 ID: e4cd21

E08F3F21BG1D383876E

there was a good amount of guessing, most of it was a history lesson, and not part of my quantum theory class... :(


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Anonymous 12/07/21(Sat)07:15 No. 13860 ID: 93526b

C864EF5A7G189D572E0
23/37
I could have done worse


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Anonymous 13/05/23(Thu)05:28 No. 15035 ID: a77cfd

21/37

Not bad, I'm quite proud to be honest.


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Anonymous 13/05/23(Thu)05:28 No. 15036 ID: a77cfd

>>13546
Agreed


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Anonymous 13/06/13(Thu)20:26 No. 15079 ID: 278d52

6977255A5G1693EFD58
21/37

Should be more than just 50-50 answers to get a better view of one's knowledge.


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Anonymous 13/06/19(Wed)19:51 No. 15084 ID: 6ee860

EABD87FDBG1BC17717A

27/37


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Anonymous 14/02/05(Wed)09:53 No. 15443 ID: 293976

605983A7AG13913877C

26/37
I've never taken a physics class before, but i've just always loved the subject.
Maybe next semester i'll take one.


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Anonymous 14/02/05(Wed)09:57 No. 15444 ID: 293976

>>15443
But at the same time if there is 37 questions by a 50/50 chance everyone should get about 18-19 right.

So to those who managed to get under that. Good job.


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bonzo 14/02/25(Tue)10:17 No. 15469 ID: 6551de

ACFCC9FB3G19D377E33


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Anonymous 14/03/24(Mon)01:44 No. 15548 ID: c97c30

31/37
C1BF1420FG19E5D371D

Some of the questions were akin trivia bullshit, nothing to with physics. Also, I have very little knowledge of string theory.


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Anonymous 14/03/28(Fri)18:24 No. 15553 ID: 2a0004

>>9724
Big Bang Fact, now.
This is the first article I could find:
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/18/science/space/detection-of-waves-in-space-buttresses-landmark-theory-of-big-bang.html?_r=0


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Anonymous 15/05/09(Sat)12:34 No. 16731 ID: 618556

C96364465G1453929FD


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Anonymous 15/05/09(Sat)19:41 No. 16732 ID: a3025d

>>16731

27/37
306147D9BG1B65C7A42


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Anonymous 15/05/10(Sun)19:54 No. 16733 ID: e55853

22/37
8EE8216B6G15079A3BA

Physics was too advanced to be taught in my highschool.

quiz expects you to have actually read a text book at some point.


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Anonymous 15/05/17(Sun)20:57 No. 16757 ID: f79e53

24/37
2C55CB0C8G1FA3E448E

I regret nothing.


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Anonymous 15/09/06(Sun)08:55 No. 17253 ID: 1f4ea1

As a physics undergrad, this quiz ironically sounds like it was written by someone who doesn't study physics but just googled a bunch of random stuff about modern physics.


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Anonymous 16/01/02(Sat)13:00 No. 18367 ID: 0dc892

30/37
567F1579EG1113B4C36

I'm happy with it. The questions seemed of incredibly random difficulty though, with some which were very easy and others which were very hard.


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Matt Thomson 16/11/26(Sat)09:27 No. 20470 ID: e6c1c5

>>8793
26 out of 37
F88B2A54AG14241D6D2


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School Slacker 16/11/26(Sat)14:28 No. 20472 ID: 9af404

24 out of 37
AE6037A68G172CC7FC2


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Anonymous 16/12/13(Tue)07:44 No. 20527 ID: 208978

>modern physics
>a quarter of the questions are about string theory or M theory, which is unconfirmed hogwash and theoretical wankery
I thought physics didn't deal with religion?


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Anonymous 17/01/11(Wed)16:06 No. 20747 ID: 4841d7

>>20527

arxiv:1002.2947

hope that helps



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