Physics Jokes & Memes That Will Rock Your World

Updated on July 1, 2018
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Melanie has a BS in Physical Science from Purdue Northwest and has an interest in computational research in protein folding.

The following is a growing collection of the best physics jokes that science (and humor) have to offer! As always, if you have a great physics joke that I missed, please let me know in the comments below.

I'm not lazy, I'm overflowing with potential energy.

Q: Why did Heisenberg hate driving?
A: Because every time he looked at the speedometer, he'd get lost.

Q: How does a German physicist drink beer?
A: With ein Stein.

It's not the fall that kills you, it's the sudden stop (at the end.)
It's not the fall that kills you, it's the sudden stop (at the end.)

Velociraptor = Distraptor / Timeraptor

I really have to force myself to get through this book on friction.

Q: What do physicists do at football games?
A: The wave.

A photon checks into a hotel when the bellhop asks, "Would you like help with your luggage?"
The photon replies, "I don't have any. I always travel light."

That's how I roll
That's how I roll

The cop looks at Heisenberg and says, "Sir, do you realize you were going 75 in a 55?"

Heisenberg replies, "Great, now I'm lost!"

You matter. Under you multiply yourself by the speed of light... then you energy.
You matter. Under you multiply yourself by the speed of light... then you energy.

What happens in a black hole, stays in a black hole.

Q: What do you get when you cross a physicist and a rock climber?
A: You can't. A rock climber is a scalar.

Home is where your displacement is zero.

Q: What was Schrödinger's favorite movie genre?
A: ψ Φ

In 1907, Einstein started developing a theory about space.
It was about time, too!

Sir Isaac Newton was sitting under a tree one fine day, trying to figure out how gravity works. And then it hit him.

My physics professor said I had potential. Then he pushed me off a building.

A neutron walks into a bar and asks, "How much for a drink?"
The bartender replies, "For you, no charge."

How to calculate the volume of a cat
How to calculate the volume of a cat

Q: What's new?
A: C over lambda.

Q: What did one uranium-238 nucleus say to the other?
A: "Gotta split!"

Physics gangster sign
Physics gangster sign

Q: Why aren't physicists good in bed?
A: When they find the position, they can't find the momentum. When they have the momentum, they can't find the position.

Q: What happens when electrons lose their energy?
A: They get Bohr'ed.

Energy conservation
Energy conservation

Q: What did one magnet say to the other?
A: From behind, I thought you were repulsive. But after seeing you from the front, I find you very attractive.

Q: Why can't you trust an atom?
A: They make up everything.

The Higgs Boson walks into a church whereupon the priest immediately says, "We don't allow Higgs Bosons in here." The Higgs Boson replies, "But without me, you cannot have mass."

Entropy isn’t what it used to be...

The hardest part about physics homework is getting started.
The hardest part about physics homework is getting started.

Air resistance is a drag.

A hundred kilopascals go into a bar.

Professor: Does anyone have any questions before the tomorrow's exam?
Student: Can you go over terminal velocity?
Professor: No.

Terminal velociraptor
Terminal velociraptor

Q: What did the nuclear physicist have for lunch?
A: Fission chips

Q: What did one photon say to the other?
A: I'm tired of your interference.

Q: Why wasn't Heisenberg a good lover?
A: Because whenever he had the time, he didn't have the energy.

Do radioactive cats have 18 half lives?

Calculating frequency is so easy it Hertz.

Q: What does a subatomic duck say?
A: Quark.

Gravity is such a downer.

Protons have mass? I didn't even know they were Catholic!

May the force be... ... equal to mass times acceleration.

Sign on a microwave oven
Sign on a microwave oven

To get to the other side. Why did the neutrino cross the road?

Q: What's the difference between a quantum mechanic and an auto mechanic?
A: The quantum mechanic can get the car from inside the garage without opening the door.

The symposium on time travel will be held two weeks ago.

Where does bad light go? To a prism.
Where does bad light go? To a prism.

Q: How did Einstein begin the stories he told his children?
A: Once upon a space-time...

A quantum physicist walks into a bar and doesn't.

On a sign hanging on a laboratory door: "Gone Nuclear Fission."

Physics... and swimming pools.
Physics... and swimming pools.

Q: Who solves mysteries involving electricity?
A: Sherlock Ohms

Police officer: Freeze! Why do you carry two identity cards?
Electron: That's my wave-particle duality!

Do you agree with Schrödinger's theories?
Do you agree with Schrödinger's theories?

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        Kashif Ali Abbas 

        8 months ago from Pakistan

        Physics is Pun too, not just PHUN.

        A nice satire and banter you created with Physics. Anyone who loves physics would love this, and I do

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        John Boy 

        10 months ago

        I thought "What's new?" was "E over H".

        These were great! My favorite was, "Can you go over terminal velocity?" Took me a moment, then it was delicious!

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        diogenes 

        11 months ago

        Enjoyed these...you certainly have sangfreud!

        Bob

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        Louise Powles 

        11 months ago from Norfolk, England

        Lol they are great jokes. I like the picture of the man carrying his head lol.

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        Suhail Zubaid aka Clark Kent 

        13 months ago from Mississauga, ON

        ROFL!

        This was hilarious!

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        Mary Wickison 

        13 months ago from Brazil

        Most of these were so far over my head, I thought I was standing in a hole.

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