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I was doing research on science literacy and came across a test from the National Science Foundation. It had a bunch of questions like these:
● Does the Sun go around the Earth or does the Earth go around the Sun?
● Radioactive milk can be made safe by boiling it. (True/False)
● Which is smaller, an electron or an atom?
Well I took their test and and got 60% right, which is nearly half. That made me feel smart, so I went looking for another test in hopes that I would feel even smarter.
Unfortunately, I found one:
Cracking open this new test, I was like: HUH? I thought this was supposed to be about science! So what’s with all the nonsense words?
Dude . . . whuddafuq?? This is science? How come nobody told me?
What a nightmare! It was like I was back in high school, flunking out of Geonometry all over again.
God damn you, Alfred Einstein!
You didn’t pass this? Everybody knows Gluons are sparkles 8 year girls put on their clothes, Dwarf Stars are the best plyers in Little League and Telo Meres is a linebacker at the UW.
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