Ready for some laughs? Well, you've come to the right place. Because there is smile in every PZone visitor. Formula: "Energy equals milk chocolate square" From: benker@cae.wisc.edu Two atoms were walking down the street. One turns to the other and says, "Oh, no! I think I'm an ion!" The other responds, "Are you sure?!?" "Yes, I'm positive!" From: mstueben@tjhsst.vak12ed.edu (Michael A. Stueben) Question: What is more useful: the sun or the moon? Answer: The moon, because the moon shines at night when you want the light, whereas the sun shines during the day when you don't need it. A Physicist is explaining a picture: "Of course, these are false colours, the red is really yellow, the green is really blue and the white is really brown." Q: How does Santa deliver presents all over the world on Christmas Eve? A: With Rudolf the red-shift reindeer. Anything that doesn't matter has no mass. Two electron convicts are sitting in a jail cell together. The first one says, "What are you in for?" The second one says, "For attempting a forbidden transition." Q: What do physicist enjoy doing the most at baseball games? A: The 'wave'.. Q: How many kinds of physicists are there? A: Three. Those who can count and those who can't. From: mdecaire@eagle.wbm.ca (Marc Guy DeCaire) Q: What do you call it when atomic scientists grab their rods and gather around the old watering hole? A: Nuclear fishin' From: wiestt@rl.af.mil (Todd E. Wiest) Q.) What's the difference between a mathematician and a physicist? A.) A mathematician thinks that two points are enough to define a strait line while a physicist wants more data!!! Got more Laughs? Send it HERE

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