Brain Overflow Quiz
Have you experienced Brain Overflow yet? In recent tests, B.O. has been linked directly to viewing Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman on the Science Channel. Symptoms include cartoon-like eye-bulging, jaw-dropping, enlightenment, lab coat rash, increased IQ and in severe cases, OMG syndrome.start quiz
Question 1 of 10
Do you frequently feel like you're the smartest person in the room?
... Those that have experienced Brain Overflow always believe they are the smartest person in the room. If you are unsure how to answer this question, walk into a crowded room and start talking about Quantum Loop Theory. If you notice everyone gawking at you like you have spinach in your teeth, then you have your answer to this question.
Question 2 of 10
What is String Theory?
... String Theory states that leptons and quarks within an atom are not points or dots, but actually closed-loop strings that are constantly oscillating. Most humans cannot fathom this level of smart-itude. If you answered this question correctly, there may be hope for you yet!
Question 3 of 10
Have you noticed an intensified respect or affection for Morgan Freeman?
... Only those that have witnessed the genius of Through the Wormhole can truly recognize the unparalleled brilliance of the being known as Morgan Freeman.
Question 4 of 10
What is Brane Theory?
... Brane Theory is the idea that there are multiple universes — otherwise known as membranes or "branes" — that periodically collide with each other. This concept is an accepted alternative theory to the widely-known "Big Bang" as the catalyst for the creation of our universe as we know it...duh.
Question 5 of 10
When was the last time you felt completely blown away?
... A feeling of being genuinely blown away has been directly associated with watching Through the Wormhole. If you chose A, your Uncle had the quarter up his sleeve. Seriously, everyone hasn't figured that one out yet? Sheesh.
Question 6 of 10
According to Einstein's Theory of Relativity, what needs to happen before we can travel backwards through time?
... According to Einstein's Theory of Relativity, it is possible for us to travel back in time only if we find a way to break the speed of light. If you chose option D, that is not correct. Repairing the Delorean is, however, a noble endeavor.
Question 7 of 10
How are black holes formed?
... Black holes are thought to form when large stars collapse in on themselves, condensing huge amounts of matter so quickly and violently that it creates an enormous gravitational vacuum so powerful that even light is sucked in and consumed. The possibility of aliens using this phenomenon to distract us from our search for other life remains an unconfirmed possibility.
Question 8 of 10
Have you ever dreamed of becoming a professional planet hunter?
... Watching Through the Wormhole and achieving Brain Overflow typically results in subjects feeling a sudden need to be involved in the seemingly endless search for answers to mankind's most daunting questions about the universe and our existence. To those that answered A, Earth has already been discovered...and don't quit your day job.
Question 9 of 10
What is the Large Hadron Collider?
... CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world's largest particle accelerator. Two beams of hadrons — either protons or lead ions — travel around a large circuit at incredible speeds and eventually collide, theoretically replicating conditions present moments after the Big Bang. Warning: The LHC is not a toy. Unqualified operation of this machine will result in imminent annihilation.
Question 10 of 10
What cosmic substance is currently being used to create a timeline of our universe?
... Cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation is believed to be a remnant of the Big Bang. CMB can be seen by a radio telescope as a faint glow and is present in varying temperatures and densities throughout our universe.