Science Jokes: Part 2
TEACHER: Linda, what is a vacuum?
PUPIL: I can't think of it just now, but I've got it in my head.
Did you hear about the deer who took a test?
He did so well, the teacher passed the buck.
TEACHER: How fast does light travel?
PUPIL: I don't know, teacher, but it gets here too early in the morning.
TEACHER: Will you tell me how fast light travels?
PUPIL: The same way slow light travels.
TEACHER: Do you realize that light travels at the rate of 186,000 miles per second?
PUPIL: Sure, it's downhill all the way.
TEACHER: Which is faster, hot or cold?
PUPIL: Hot. You can always catch cold.
TEACHER: To which family does the lion belong?
PUPIL: I don't know, teacher. No family in ourneighborhood owns one.
How do scientists count atoms?
They atom (add them) up.
What do atomic scientists do when they have time off?
They go fission (fishin').
It's a good thing it was adults who split the atom.
Well, if one of us kids did it, they'd make us put it back together again