Am I right?
It is a VERY stereotyped show. It perpetuates the all too common view of scientists as completely anti-social nerds. While we all have met someone like that, the majority of scientists do not fit into that stereotype. I sure don't, at least I don't think I do!I've seen a few episodes of Big Bang Theory. Funny at times, but stereotyped.
I think that is evidence of how far science/engineering has fallen in modern life.I just found out recently that only one of the mythbusters has a science background. I thought for sure Jaime would have some advanced engineering or physics degree,
Exactly the types of people that fiddled around and invented the steam engine, motor cars and the aeroplane a 100years ago.The others are basically builders, sculptors, artisan types. Blew me away when I learned that.
https://www.physicsforums.com/showpost.php?p=444445&postcount=23Numbers is on tonight. Tvguide's show description "The outcome (of a botched police shoot out) disturbs Charlie and he retreats into the family garage to work on an unsolvable math problem that he also plunged into after his mother became ill a year earlier".
I know I always head into the garage when I do math.
Perhaps Charlie will read tv guide and realize that the math problem he is working on is unsolvable and turn his efforts to something more productive?