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Friday Science Jokes

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Science is fun

After a long summer break, Friday Science Jokes is back at your service. Even during the hot holidays some of us were working hard and we all know that science could be a hard thing to do. No matter if you are still learning, teaching, or conducting research and experiments, you should never forget the creative power of a good laugh. Thank goodness science lends itself to some pretty good jokes. Below you can enjoy some of them.

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The International Joke day

There is a saying that every day one should learn something new. Well, that is quite right. However, we should put some detail to that proposition. It is not just something new but some new joke. Even physicians can't deny that jokes are good and wholesome both for your health and mental performance. There is something more. Today is the day that all the tricksters and jokers around the world have been waiting for one year. We should honor that patience and give all of us a joke treat. Not just a joke treat. It comes from arguably the most difficult category – Science Jokes. So, enjoy your scientific treat and have a pleasant weekend.

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Friday Science Jokes

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Scientific Jokes

After months of serious work, exploration, and experiments, you scientists and researchers may need to unwind a bit. Well, it's time for a small portion of scientific humor. And if it's not funny, most probably you have to change your methods, ask your colleagues, or analyze it more. If you are not a scientist and, naturally, you don't get it, don't worry. This time there is an explanatory part. After all, when it comes to science, even the jokes need some additional explanations.


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N2O – Where Science meets Fun

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Friday science jokes

Good laughter could boost your imagination up to 99%, scientists say. Well, let's put that to a test!

Enjoy, this Friday's selection of science humor!

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Friday Science Jokes

And yet another round of Science humor at the end of the week. Take the best of the last working day before the weekend and don't forget to laugh!

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11 funny scientific facts that will change your perception of reality

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Science is awesome

Except for being the most useful and practical human activity that we've ever developed, Science could be a great deal funny in a revealing way. Through Science, we gained the ability to see things from different perspectives and to appreciate a new kind of beauty, which is normally hidden from our everyday perception. 

Here you can enjoy some scientific facts that could turn upside down your senses of what is reality:

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To laugh is to understand life deeper

Some scientists like Einstein or recently, Neil deGrasse Tyson are famous for their sense of humor. Others were more like subjects of famous jokes. However, good laughter is an important part of scientific endeavors. Moreover, to be able to see the funny side of science is actually to understand it better.
Here you can enjoy three science jokes. Like a joker would say: Don't take it too seriously, most probably you've got enough problem anyway. So, laugh it off and have a nice weekend!
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Who Said Science Can't be Funny

We all need a good laugh. Especially after a hard week of studying, working, researching, and doing other smart things. We at SWS Society recognize that science is not always the serious stuff we do in our labs or behind the desk. This is why we are starting a column, that will make us all laugh from time to time. Enjoy!

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