The Big Bang Theory - “The Stockholm Syndrome” - S12E24 - OAD 05/16/2019

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  1. hapster85

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  2. Philosofy

    Philosofy Super Duper Member

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    You sunnava *****. I clicked on your link just before an appointment with a customer. Now I have to blame allergies for my red, puffy eyes.
     
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  3. gschrock

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    Hey, after all the time that's been devoted in past threads trying to figure out what position these people really hold at the university, seemed like the least I could do :).
     
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  4. mattack

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    Yes I know, I don't know what exactly you're replying to in my post.. I admittedly don't know much about kids, but thought they looked older than when kids actually start speaking.
     
  5. type_g

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    I am surprised Sheldon did not thank Dr. Sturgis (from Sheldon) as well, with as much interaction he has had with him I figure he would have.
     
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  6. waynomo

    waynomo My One Time TCF Club

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    Since they were interacting in YS over the Noble prize and that caused him to freak out that would not have been inappropriate, however I'm thinking that since he was never on TBBT they wanted to keep that "universe" pure. Professor Proton might have been more appropriate. It also leaves the Sturgis story line open for him becoming a mass murderer. (or anything else that could have conflicted with future YS story lines)
     
  7. BrettStah

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    Probably better to get it into in a Young Sheldon thread.
     
  8. Hank

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    Crap, I did it again. sorry, I deleted my post. Can you delete my quote? But yes, the issue was pretty obvious in the last YS episode.
     
  9. TiVo'Brien

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    Or that Professor Proton didn't text his congratulations to Sheldon.

    I'm a bit irritated that we'll never know Penny's last name!!!!!! :mad::p
     
  10. smak

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    It's obviously Penny

    -smak-
     
  11. LoadStar

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    I'll respond over in the YS season finale episode thread, but I think you're misinterpreting things.
     
  12. waynomo

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    Apparently this is a thing. Why do we care?
     
  13. Jeff_in_Bklyn

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    Yeah, I remember how disappointing it was to learn Kramers first name, added noting to the show
     
  14. mattack

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    (I am not saying I actually disagree with you in general.)

    I googled "shortest time between discovery and nobel prize" and these are the top two results:
    https://www.quora.com/What-has-been...ze-after-his-her-landmark-discovery-invention
    first paragraph:
    The 1957 Nobel Prize in Physics on the parity violation in weak interactions and the 1987 Nobel Prize in Physics on the high critical temperature superconductor may be the shortest waiting time to award the winners after their discover. The first 1957 prize one has about 1 year time after the research article was published, the second 1987 prize has about 1 year and three months after the research article was published.


    Shortest time between accomplishment and winning Nobel Prize - Straight Dope Message Board
    also lists the 1957 one, but I think two other < 10 year ones based on my brief skim.

    (I hadn't realized that was a discussion forum before going to it.. go read the straightdope.com ARTICLES.. it's awesome... there are a few book collections of articles too..)
    slogan from the website: Fighting ignorance since 1973. (It's taking longer than we thought.)
     
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  15. Tony_T

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    They got around the short time to the Nobel Prize with the accidental proof by the other two guys.
     
  16. Unbeliever

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    It's not the proof, it's the seasoning.

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  17. David Platt

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    For real. There's been a massive amount of spoiling YS since the very first page in this thread.
     
  18. vman41

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    The prize for the LIGO work (Kip Thorn, et al) was only a couple years after announcing successful detection of gravity waves, though getting there took a long time.
     
  19. David Platt

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    Think you could put that YS info in a spoiler so the ending isn't ruined for anybody else?
     
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