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It turns out Neutrinos are Catholic.

They have mass.

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What is a neutrino’s favorite holiday song?

“Have Yourself a Very Little Rest Mass.”

“We don’t serve neutrinos here.”

A neutrino walks into a bar.

A Neutrino Walks Into A Bar

A neutrino walks into a bar, and the barman says, "What can I get you?"

"Nothing, I'm just passing through."

"We don't allow faster than light neutrinos here" said the bartender.

A neutrino walked into a bar.

One of my fav's.

-We don't serve neutrinos here!

2 neutrinos that move faster than the speed of light walk into a bar...

What do neutrinos and I have in common.

We are both constantly penetrating your mom.

I can't eat neutrinos

They go right through me

A small collection of my favorite science jokes

A neutron walks into a bar and asks the bartender, “How much for a drink?”

“For you, sir, no charge!”


What's 2 times 2?

Physicist: “After some measurements I am fairly sure it is somewhere between 3.81 and 4.13!”

Mathematician: “After some consideration ...

A Mexican particle physicist was asked if he was ready to explain the neutrino in layman's terms or if he required more time.

He said "no mass".

Science Jokes

A virus walks into a bar. The bartender says, "We don't serve viruses in this bar."
The virus replaces the bartender and says, "Now we do."

An infectious disease walks into a bar. The bartender says, "We don't serve infectious diseases in this bar."
The infectious disease says, "wel...

So you've all heard about the neutron that walks into a bar, but what about...

A neutrino walks into a Mexican Restaurant. He orders a taco with extra chili sauce. The bartender comes up to his table with a taco and a gigantic bottle of super-hot chili sauce. He opens the taco, starts pouring sauce and asks:

"So how much salsa do you want, amigo?"

The neutrino a...

Why should you distrust atoms?

Because they make up an awful lot of stuff.

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