Science Riddles 🧬 in 2024

What is the center of gravity?

What did one earthquake say to the other?

I am a rock bigger than Venus but smaller than Uranus. What am I?

You cannot see me, I cannot be touched, you cannot feel me but I can cook your lunch. What am I?

I am a god, a planet, and can measure heat. What am I?

What chemical element doesn’t like to follow?

What do chemists call a benzene ring with iron atoms replacing the carbon atoms?

What are the three R’s that keep our planet clean?

Which is heavier, a pound of feathers or a pound of bricks?

What period of time weighs the least?

I am three-quarters of the universe and almost nothing is known about me. What am I?

It is impossible for me to be created, and I can never be destroyed, I can only change form. What am I?

What can be measured but has no width, length or height?

What periodic element do pyromaniacs love the most?

What is a tornado’s favorite game to play?

How did Ben Franklin feel after discovering electricity?

Martha throws a ball from a 90-foot building. The ball is quite bouncy and when it hits the ground, it bounces back half way up. It keeps bouncing back to half way up. How many bounces will the ball take before it comes to a permanent halt?

What is a Priest’s favorite part about Physics?

I touch your face. I am in your words. I am a lack of space and beloved by birds. What am I?

What element is derived from a Norse god?