Monday, 5 September 2011

Science joke

This is an excellent joke to spot scientists in an audience. They are the ones who laugh.

A dietician, a geneticist and a physicist are arguing over how to get a horse that's good at winning races.

'It's easy,' says the dietician. 'You just feed it a carefully balanced and monitored diet.'

'No, no,' says the geneticist. 'It's all a matter of breeding for the best attributes for racing.'

'Hmm,' says the physicist. 'Let's assume the horse is a sphere...'

1 comment:

  1. How do you tell if a mathematician is an introvert or an extrovert?The introvert will look at his own shoes when talking to you,whilst the extrovert will look at yours.