[time-nuts] Big bang theory

swingbyte swingbyte at exemail.com.au
Wed Mar 4 11:41:53 UTC 2009

Jim Palfreyman wrote:
> To quote wikipedia:
> David Saltzberg, a professor of
> physics<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Physics>and
> astronomy <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astronomy> at the University of
> California, Los
> Angeles<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_California,_Los_Angeles>,
> checks scripts and provides dialogue, math equations and diagrams used as
> props.
> After watching series 1 I've not been able to fault the physics - in fact
> some of it I have to admit is above my head.
> I just think folks on this list would *really* enjoy it.
> Sheldon would be welcome on time-nuts.
> 2009/3/4 Lux, James P <james.p.lux at jpl.nasa.gov>
>> A professor of what? Medieval literature<grin>
>> Well, you never know....
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: "Jim Palfreyman" <jim77742 at gmail.com>
>> To: "Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement" <
>> time-nuts at febo.com>
>> Sent: 3/4/09 04:38
>> Subject: [time-nuts] Big bang theory
>> Has anyone here watched Big Bang Theory?
>> I think it's one of the cleverest sitcoms ever to come out of the US.
>> The science in it is accurate - verified by a university professor.
>> I just love it.
>> Any other comments?
>> Jim
>> ___________
 Well yes you're not alone, its very popular at our house.  Its great 
cos my wife loves it too even though she didn't study physics!
I hope they continue it.   I have a few of those characters where I work 
- always make is interesting!  Though its a bit scary when yet another 
one comes in with their kid diagnosed with  Aspergers.


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