You can imagine speeds of light, sound and falling objects without being a physicist, and you can envision the Earth’s vast biodensity of insects, birds and fish without being a biologist. You can grasp the infinitesimally small size of an atom and the gargantuan number of molecules you’d find in a drop of water without being a chemist; and you can fathom the immensity of large numbers and the enormity of the universe without being a mathematician. No problem, right?
And you don’t have to have any background to be interested in lightning, tsunamis, bubbles rising from ocean depths, giant worms boring through the Earth, the swing of a pendulum, the Big Bang, massive weights and startling Heights. Continue reading Brainteasers for Physicists, Biologists, Chemists, Mathematicians and Other Crazy Brainiacs