Weitere Fun Facts über TBBT gibt's hier! Ist euch übrigens schon mal aufgefallen, dass „The Big Bang Theory“ und „Friends“ so einiges gemeinsam haben? The Big Bang Theory: Leonard Hofstadter (Johnny Galecki) und Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) sind geniale Physiker, doch im sozialen Kontakt mit der. Episodes (24) · 1. The Robotic Manipulation September 22, · 2. The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification September 29, · 3. The Zazzy Substitution.
The Big Bang TheoryThe Big Bang Theory (englisch für „Die Urknalltheorie“) ist eine US-amerikanische Sitcom von Chuck Lorre und Bill Prady, die vom September bis zum. Prepare to enter phase nine of television's perpetual laughter experiment as THE BIG BANG THEORY successfully fuses the elements of science and sitcom. Episodes (24) · 1. The Robotic Manipulation September 22, · 2. The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification September 29, · 3. The Zazzy Substitution.
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Meanwhile, with Halley scared of the dark, Stuart and Bernadette turn Howard's story from his time in outer space into a children's book, The Frightened Little Astronaut.
Howard is embarrassed until Bernadette talks him into helping both children and Stuart's art career by letting it get published.
Upon getting called into Human Resources for Amy's outburst, Mrs. Davis tells her and Sheldon they are blowing their chances at the Nobel Prize.
Amy would be the fourth woman to win in Physics, pressuring her to be a role model for women everywhere. To calm down, they try a sensory deprivation tank ; Sheldon loves it, but it only worsens Amy's mood.
Sheldon does not know how to help and ends up holding her while singing " Soft Kitty ". A newly confident Amy goes back to Human Resources to be allowed to campaign again and shares a drink with Mrs.
Meanwhile, Howard buys a scooter to ride with Raj like in the old days. Bernadette finds out and makes him sell it, since it is too dangerous. Bert buys it and ends up meeting a nurse after he dislocates his arm in a wreck.
When Penny tells Leonard he needs to be more assertive in making decisions for himself, he starts standing up to Sheldon over small things.
His confidence makes him demand that the university support his idea for a plasma physics project.
He threatens to quit if the university refuses, alarming both Sheldon and Penny, who consider this to be a risky career move. Sheldon is conflicted on whether or not he is being selfish over Leonard's decision, but Amy suggests that the fact that he is worried over Leonard's motivation proves that he does care about him, which he acknowledges.
President Seibert refuses the project but, in order not to lose Leonard, gives him co-leadership over a photon entanglement project, leaving Leonard proud of himself and Penny impressed.
Meanwhile, Raj shows Anu his lab and suggests one possible answer for something he's seen in space might be alien life.
When someone mentions this at his observatory presentation, the scientific community starts mocking him as a conspiracy theorist. Raj points out scientists should consider all possibilities when seeking the truth, though this causes people to think he believes in the Loch Ness Monster.
Barry Kripke says that he can get proof that Pemberton plagiarized his thesis, which would destroy his career and his chances at the Nobel Prize.
Sheldon and Amy decide not to pursue this; they want to win on their own merits. Leonard decides to get the information from Kripke to expose Pemberton.
Amy and Sheldon give the evidence to Pemberton and Campbell, as they refuse to blackmail them. Having been unaware of this, Campbell is furious that Pemberton's dishonesty could hurt his own career.
It is revealed that Campbell is sleeping with Pemberton's ex-wife, causing the pair to brawl. Afterwards, Campbell exposes Pemberton, getting Pemberton fired.
Amy and Sheldon reject a drunken Campbell's request to join their team. Bernadette tells Howard that another waitress at the Cheesecake Factory was attracted to him back in the day, so she said Howard had hepatitis to scare her off.
At first, Howard obsesses over who it was, but he tells Bernadette she is the only one that matters to him. Leonard's mother Beverly visits and he is thrilled when she takes an interest in his work as co-lead for the University's Photon Entanglement Project.
However, when he learns that she is only being nice to him for research on a new parenting book, he is furious.
He prepares to tell her how she let him down over the years, but instead chooses to accept and forgive her, and forgive himself for holding on to that resentment for so long.
Beverley is touched that he forgave her and they share a genuine hug. Meanwhile, Anu gets a job offer in London.
Raj prepares to fly out and propose to her, ready to follow her if she accepts. Howard stops Raj at the airport, saying there is a better match out there for him and convincing Raj to return home.
Stuart and Denise are bothered by her creepy roommate Mitch, while Bernadette and Howard are tired of Denise constantly staying overnight with Stuart at their house.
Stuart and Denise decide to move in together, admitting they love each other while convincing Mitch to move out. The episode opens with a short montage of clips from the series' twelve seasons, then segues to Sheldon and Amy, who are up late waiting for a call from the Nobel Committee.
Following a prank call from Kripke, they are told they've won the Nobel Prize in Physics for their super-asymmetry work.
The sudden attention from the media and the university bothers Sheldon, while Amy is saddened by unflattering pictures of her in the news.
Seeing her dispirited, Raj convinces her to get a makeover. She loves her new look, but a rattled Sheldon demands she change it back. Leonard calls him out for being rude, but Sheldon flees when he sees Penny emerge from the newly repaired elevator.
Sheldon and Penny go to the Cheesecake Factory and Penny tells Sheldon that change is the only constant thing in life, so Sheldon finally accepts the changes in his life.
On TV, they see Bernadette and Howard claim to be Sheldon and Amy's best friends. Raj and Leonard defend Amy, with Leonard accidentally breaking Sheldon's DNA molecule model in Apartment 4A.
In the end, Penny convinces Sheldon to ride in the elevator. Two months after the events of "The Change Constant," Sheldon and Leonard repair Sheldon's DNA molecule model as everyone prepares to fly to Sweden for the Nobel Prize award ceremony.
Howard and Bernadette nervously leave their kids for the first time with Stuart and Denise, while Raj leaves his dog with Bert.
Penny has become pregnant, though she and Leonard are keeping it a secret. On the flight, Raj meets Sarah Michelle Gellar. Penny's frequent bathroom trips make Sheldon fear she is sick.
Penny reveals her pregnancy to Sheldon but, instead of being excited for her, Sheldon is only selfishly relieved that he will not get sick, and he exposes the pregnancy, offending Leonard.
At the hotel, a series of minor incidents with their kids make Howard and Bernadette want to go home. Much to their dismay, Sheldon is still insensitive.
Amy furiously tells Sheldon he broke their friends' hearts and that people sometimes including her only tolerate him because he does not intentionally do so.
Everyone decides to stay for the ceremony and Raj brings Gellar as a plus-one. After they are awarded their medals, Amy encourages girls to pursue science while Sheldon thanks his family and then, discarding the acceptance speech that he wrote as a child, individually acknowledges each of his friends and Amy as his other family who always support him, apologizing to all of them for his selfish behavior in the process.
In the last scene in the episode and the series, the gang is eating in Apartment 4A an allusion to the final scene in the opening credits with Sheldon and Amy wearing their medals as a melancholic acoustic version of the series' theme song 's chorus plays.
A retrospective, hosted by Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco, aired at P. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Johnny Galecki Jim Parsons Kaley Cuoco Simon Helberg Kunal Nayyar Mayim Bialik Melissa Rauch Kevin Sussman.
Main article: List of The Big Bang Theory characters. Main cast [ edit ] Johnny Galecki as Dr. Leonard Hofstadter Jim Parsons as Dr.
Sheldon Cooper Kaley Cuoco as Penny Simon Helberg as Howard Wolowitz Kunal Nayyar as Dr. Rajesh "Raj" Koothrappali Mayim Bialik as Dr.
Amy Farrah Fowler Melissa Rauch as Dr. Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz Kevin Sussman as Stuart Bloom Recurring cast [ edit ] Christine Baranski as Dr.
Beverly Hofstadter Brian Posehn as Dr. Bertram "Bert" Kibbler Brian George as Dr. Koothrappali Lauren Lapkus as Denise Keith Carradine as Wyatt Rati Gupta as Anu Bob Newhart as Dr.
Barry Kripke Brian Thomas Smith as Zack Johnson Lindsey Kraft as Marissa Johnson Kal Penn as Dr. Kevin Campbell Sean Astin as Dr.
Greg Pemberton Guest cast [ edit ] Teller as Larry Fowler Kathy Bates as Mrs. Fowler Neil deGrasse Tyson as himself Bill Nye as himself Jerry O'Connell as George Cooper Jr.
Robert Wu as Tam Nguyen Maribeth Monroe as Dr. Lee Iain Armitage as Young Sheldon Lance Barber as George Cooper Sr. Montana Jordan as Young George Cooper Jr.
Andy Daly as Nathan William Shatner as himself Wil Wheaton as himself Kevin Smith as himself Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as himself Joe Manganiello as himself Ellen DeGeneres as herself George Smoot as himself Kip Thorne as himself Frances H.
Arnold as herself Regina King as Janine Davis Todd Giebenhain as Mitch Sarah Michelle Gellar as herself. See also: List of The Big Bang Theory episodes.
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Taglines: When beauty meets the brains. In the first second after the universe began, the surrounding temperature was about 10 billion degrees Fahrenheit 5.
The cosmos contained a vast array of fundamental particles such as neutrons, electrons and protons.
These decayed or combined as the universe got cooler. This early soup would have been impossible to look at, because light could not carry inside of it.
Over time, however, the free electrons met up with nuclei and created neutral atoms. This allowed light to shine through about , years after the Big Bang.
This early light — sometimes called the "afterglow" of the Big Bang — is more properly known as the cosmic microwave background CMB.
It was first predicted by Ralph Alpher and other scientists in , but was found only by accident almost 20 years later. Arno Penzias and Robert Wilson, both of Bell Telephone Laboratories in Murray Hill, New Jersey, were building a radio receiver in and picking up higher-than-expected temperatures, according to NASA.
At first, they thought the anomaly was due to pigeons and their dung, but even after cleaning up the mess and killing pigeons that tried to roost inside the antenna , the anomaly persisted.
Simultaneously, a Princeton University team led by Robert Dicke was trying to find evidence of the CMB, and realized that Penzias and Wilson had stumbled upon it.
The teams each published papers in the Astrophysical Journal in The cosmic microwave background has been observed on many missions.
One of the most famous space-faring missions was NASA's Cosmic Background Explorer COBE satellite, which mapped the sky in the s.The big bang is how astronomers explain the way the universe began. It is the idea that the universe began as just a single point, then expanded and stretched to grow as large as it is right now (and it could still be stretching). What's This Big Bang All About? In , an astronomer named Georges Lemaître had a big idea. The Big Bang theory offers a comprehensive explanation for a broad range of observed phenomena, including the abundances of the light elements, the CMB, large-scale structure, and Hubble's law. The theory depends on two major assumptions: the universality of physical laws and the cosmological principle. The Big Bang Theory is the leading explanation about how the universe began. At its simplest, it says the universe as we know it started with a small singularity, then inflated over the next The Big Bang Theory is an American television sitcom created by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady, both of whom served as executive producers on the series, along with Steven Molaro. All three also served as head writers. The Big Bang Theory concluded on Thursday, May 16, at 8/7c on CBS All good things must come to an end, and the same is true about the series of The Big Bang Theory. Don't fret, though: Season 12 concluded on a high note!. Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics. Handbook of Contemporary Philosophy of Religion. Livio, Mario InFu Man Chu said they had found evidence in the CMB concerning "B-modes," a sort of polarization generated as the universe got bigger and created gravitational waves. Download as PDF Printable version. Hubble's law describes velocity that results from expansion of space, rather than through space. When the size of the universe at Big Bang is described, it refers to the size of the observable universe, and not the entire universe. TV Line. Zack reveals he is infertile and ask to pay Leonard as a Starkbieranstich Nockherberg 2021 Br donor so they can have a baby. Los Angeles: University of California, Los Angeles on behalf of the American Physical Society. When they also try to make time for themselves, they wake up Mimions kids. Leonard and Penny discover Mr. Bruce A Science Odyssey. This allowed him to estimate distances to galaxies whose redshifts had already been measured, mostly by Slipher.