How To Solve ANY Physics Problem

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  1. Will Crye, The Hot Wing Guy May 5, 2015

    As a major in astrophysics, this is accurately accurate.

    • Life Long Eatliver Watcher May 5, 2015

      Of course it’s accurate. Eatliver never get things wrong.

  2. A chemist May 5, 2015

    Natural sciences can be hard… for pussies.

  3. Jeb Bush May 5, 2015

    If he had used common core he would have obtained the correct answer. That is, it’s correct if he showed his work… and tried real hard… and was a good person.

  4. This reminds me of programming and syntax errors.
    “Why won’t it work!!!” *tears hair out*.
    Seriously though, I hear if a physics problem starts making sense, you are entirely wrong. If you start getting confused, you are on the right path.

  5. Math NAZI May 5, 2015

    Why does every aspect of popular media embrace 42 as part of it’s narrative when it comes to math? WTF (what the fourier [transform]). It was a stupid book and a stupid show, get over it!
    Carry On.

    • The joke is that THE answer isn’t the answer this time.

  6. 3) SOLVE. May 5, 2015

    42 is the answer to everything.

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