GASTROPHYSICIST – The Wednesday Wordapod

So, what would YOU call a scientist who studies how the human digestive system is affected by outer space? Learn this new “word” and more in this week’s (The) Wednesday Wordapod.


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Gastrophysicist (n) – a scientist who explores the effects of interplanetary travel on the human digestive system


Gastrophysics is a new field, and as such, only taught at 19 colleges and universities in the U.S.—only four of which field competitive Division 1-A football teams.

Mastering The Word

Which of the following would be something a gastrophysicist might be concerned with?


  • how quickly a tuna hoagie is devoured by a former astronaut
  • how many onions a Martian can eat at a single sitting
  • the price of pasta primavera on Neptune
  • how much a gallon of gas costs
  • all of the above
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