Physics Puzzles

Physics Puzzles


Why is the sky blue?
What are the best seats in a movie theater?
Can the Invisible Man see?
How do NASA scientists levitate a frog using magnets?
Can you travel back is time and undo your past?

Our everyday life is riddled with so many such interesting questions. Physics Puzzles is a collection of answers to these puzzles. Entertain your brain, improve your Physic IQ and impress your friends!

The app contains over 60 questions from a wide variety of Physics topics - from Moving bodies to Heat to Theory of Relativity and Time Travel!

"Imagination is more important than knowledge" - Albert Einstein

Most questions can be answered with common sense and logical thinking by an inquisitive mind. Questions range from easy to hard. Knowledge of Physics might or might not be helpful. Easy questions stem from observations in daily life ("why do glasses crack when hot coffee is poured into them?"). For the harder questions (e.g. time travel), reading the answer will give you an excellent idea of the thought process physicists follow. They are also an excellent resource for improving your Physics knowledge.

This app will be constantly updated with new puzzles. I hope you have as much fun solving these puzzles as I did! Please submit your suggestions, or contribute puzzles for the app to [email protected]

Recent changes:
v1.1.1: Bug fix with FB sharing

v1.1 (2012-12-06): Added Facebook share feature. Now you can share your favorite questions with your friends on FB!

v1.0 (2012-10-26): Over 60 questions from topics Mechanics, Acoustics, Thermodynamics, Electromagnetism, Optics & Modern Physics
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About Physics Puzzles
Why is the sky blue?
What are the best seats in a movie theater?
Can the Invisible Man see?
How do NASA scientists levitate a frog using magnets?
Can you travel back is time and undo your past?

Our everyday life is riddled with so many such interesting questions. Physics Puzzles is a collection of answers to these puzzles. Entertain your brain, improve your Physic IQ and impress your friends!

The app contains over 60 questions from a wide variety of Physics topics - from Moving bodies to Heat to Theory of Relativity and Time Travel!

"Imagination is more important than knowledge" - Albert Einstein

Most questions can be answered with common sense and logical thinking by an inquisitive mind. Questions range from easy to hard. Knowledge of Physics might or might not be helpful. Easy questions stem from observations in daily life ("why do glasses crack when hot coffee is poured into them?"). For the harder questions (e.g. time travel), reading the answer will give you an excellent idea of the thought process physicists follow. They are also an excellent resource for improving your Physics knowledge.

This app will be constantly updated with new puzzles. I hope you have as much fun solving these puzzles as I did! Please submit your suggestions, or contribute puzzles for the app to [email protected]

Recent changes:
v1.1.1: Bug fix with FB sharing

v1.1 (2012-12-06): Added Facebook share feature. Now you can share your favorite questions with your friends on FB!

v1.0 (2012-10-26): Over 60 questions from topics Mechanics, Acoustics, Thermodynamics, Electromagnetism, Optics & Modern Physics

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A Google User
Aug 25, 2013
Great Informative
A Google User
Mar 31, 2013
Thank you! What a simply wonderful and fascinating app. Great usage and easy to get caught up in. We need more apps like this to help educate ourselves on the beautiful wonders of science. Thank you for creating this!! =)
A Google User
Mar 31, 2013
Thank you! What a simply wonderful and fascinating app. Great usage and easy to get caught up in. We need more apps like this to help educate ourselves on the beautiful wonders of science. Thank you for creating this!! =)
A Google User
Jan 6, 2013
Entertaining I was disappointed when I ran out of questions. There is also "Beethoven's trick" and "our own voice" are basically the same.
A Google User
Dec 4, 2012
Worth it!!! £5 worth of brain food for 50p...