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- Doug Craigen's Huge Physics Humor Collection: May be the most linked-to physics humor site on the web because of its very large link collection.
- Physics and Science Fun: Fun with physics, science jokes, cartoons, anecdotes, and stories.
- Angels on a Pin: The possibly true story of the many possible ways of determining the height of a building using only a barometer.
- BBspot - Half-Life 2 Physics Engine Contains Grand Unified Theory: Physicists at Cornel-Putnam University (CPU) confirmed yesterday the Holy Grail of Physics, the Grand Unified Theory, is contained in the Half-Life 2 source code.
- BBspot - Overclocker Creates Rift in Space-Time Continuum: A rift in the space-time continuum was created when overclocker Jamie Aperman ran a 750 MHz Coppermine Pentium III at 1.6 GHz. It appears that the CPU was operating so fast that it began to execute instructions before they arrived.
- Buttered Cat: Stick a buttered piece of bread on the back of a cat, then throw the cat out a window. The result may surprise you.
- Einstein, Heisenberg, Tipler: A story of interviews between these men and God, intended to determine if they should enter Heaven.
- Evil Squirrels and Physicists: Squirrels are known to hate mankind. First they got the midgets, now they eat the physicists.
- Furniture Physics: For every sofa there is an equal and opposite footstool. Living room furniture vs. forces of physics.
- Love and Tensor Algebra: A poem by Stanislaw Lem
- Physics Limericks: Physics limericks from the contests sponsored by the American Physical Society!
- Physics Song Book: New physics lyrics to classic tunes.
- Politically Correct Physics: Revised physics course descriptions.
- Profession Jokes - Physicists: A collection, including "you might be a physicist if".
- QuarkDance.org!: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's Particle Data Group welcomes you to see its Quark Dance website which is a gateway to many exciting physics websites.
- SatireWire - Scientist Splits Atom, Finds Toy Prize Inside: A Princeton physicist recently split an atom of hydrogen and found a toy prize inside, the journal Science reported in its June issue. [Contains fictitious information.]
- Scientific American: Curiosity Rhymed the Cat: Alan Alda reports on readers' winning responses to his limerick challenge.
- Sokal's Paper: A physicists attempt to prove his hypothesis that: a leading North American journal of cultural studies . . . would publish an article liberally salted with nonsense if (a)it sounded good and (b) it flattered the editors' ideological preconceptions
- Super G-String Field Theory: A sequel to the original paper on g-string theory.
- The Non Abelian Names of God: A scientific paper parody which includes "The Theory Formerly Known as Strings","The Stages of a Theory" and a dictionary of common phrases.
- The Physics Crackpot Index: A fun site which outlines how you can tell if a new theory is really from a crackpot.
- The Super G-String: A parody of modern string theories written in the form of a research paper.
- Theological Thermodynamics: This document reproduces two classics of science parody/humor. The first applies the physics of thermodynamics to conclude that Heaven is hotter than Hell. The second is a response which combines Biblical evidence with thermodynamics to argue that, while heaven is devilishly hot, hell is hotter still.
- UT-Chattanooga Collection of Physics Humor: Wide variety of physics jokes and humorous essays.
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