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What It's Like To Be the Scientific Consultant For The Big Bang Theory 253

Posted by samzenpus
from the it's-a-tough-gig dept.
sciencehabit (1205606) writes "Science sits down with David Saltzberg, who's been The Big Bang Theory's one and only science consultant since it premiered. Saltzberg is an astrophysicist at the University of California, Los Angeles. He chats about how the portrayal of science on the show has changed over the years, whether it turns kids away from science, and how you can get your own job as a scientific consultant in Hollywood."

Comment: Re:Even mechanical throttle is no cure... (Score 1) 664

by pjbgravely (#46308893) Attached to: Stack Overflow Could Explain Toyota Vehicles' Unintended Acceleration

How can users protect themselves from sometimes life endangering software bugs?"

Simple, with a car make sure it has a throttle cable and a clutch peddle.

I know I can hear it now, you can't buy a car with a throttle cable and you can't drive standard in a city.

If everyone stopped buying cars with throttle by wire, they would stop making them. The rest of the world drives standard in a city, you can too.

Debug is human, de-fix divine.