Which Mad Scientist Are You?

Mad Scientist Personality Quiz

What type of mad scientist are you? Take this quiz to find out which mad scientist bet fits your personality.
What type of mad scientist are you? Take this quiz to find out which mad scientist bet fits your personality. Bill Losh / Getty Images

Which Mad Scientist Are You?

You got: Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth

I got Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth. Which Mad Scientist Are You?
Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth was the mad scientist in Futurama.. WireImage / Getty Images

You are Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth from the animated sitcom Futurama. Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth (born April 9, 2841, New New York City, New New York, USA) is a self-described mad scientist and owner of the Planet Express Delivery Company, which was created to fund his experiments and the development of his inventions. Farnsworth has that tenured college professor thing going on. Ethics... what ethics? It's funding that matters. It isn't so much his madness that makes him noteworthy. It's the stunning combination of brilliance and senility.

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Which Mad Scientist Are You?

You got: Victor Frankenstein

I got Victor Frankenstein. Which Mad Scientist Are You?
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You are Victor Frankenstein from Mary Shelley's 1818 novel Frankenstein. The Frankenstein from the novel is intensely curious and ambitious. He is obsessive in his quest to create life from inanimate matter, ultimately shutting out friends and family and ignoring his own health. Using high voltage and corpse bits, Frankenstein's endeavor is successful, yet he is repulsed by his creation. Frankenstein acts before thinking things through. While he has a conscience, his sense of consequences is lacking. Frankenstein's powers of concentration are a little on the excessive side.

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Which Mad Scientist Are You?

You got: Dr. Julius No

I got Dr. Julius No. Which Mad Scientist Are You?
Dr. Julius No was portrayed by Joseph Wiseman in the James Bond movie Dr. No.. Dave M. Benett / Getty Images

You are Dr. Julius No from Ian Fleming's 1958 James Bond novel Dr. No. Dr. No has, to put it mildly, "issues". In Fleming's novel, No is tortured, has his hands cut off, and is shot and left for dead. He survives due to a condition called dextrocardia, in which his heart is located in the right side of his chest rather than the left. In the book Dr. No wears simple pincers in place of his hands. In the movie Dr. No, No loses his hands as the result of a radiation experiment gone awry. No is a megalomaniac. His plans are motivated by revenge. He feels unwanted and unappreciated.

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Which Mad Scientist Are You?

You got: Dexter

I got Dexter. Which Mad Scientist Are You?
Dexter is a boy genius mad scientist.. Laurence Dutton / Getty Images

You are Dexter from the cartoon Dexter's Laboratory. Dexter is a boy genius who maintains a state-of-the-art lab behind a bookcase in his room. Dexter has a nemesis his own age named Mandark, though his designs are more commonly foiled by his ditzy older sister Dee Dee. Dexter is brilliant. He is somewhat self-conscious and perhaps a little shy. While Dexter's mom wears gloves as part of her housecleaning ritual, Dexter seems to favor them for fashion. His glasses, black high-heel boots, and lab coat complete his 'look'.

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Which Mad Scientist Are You?

You got: Dr. Moreau

I got Dr. Moreau. Which Mad Scientist Are You?
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You are Dr. Moreau from H. G. Wells' The Island of Dr. Moreau (1896). Some mad scientists experiment on people. Some are into giant robots. Dr. Moreau is less of a people-person and more into animals. He probably considers his goal of turning animals into people to be a noble cause. The animals disagree.

Moreau embodies some personality traits that are desirable in a scientist, mad or otherwise. He is curious and meticulous. His fault would be that his desire for progress is not tempered by compassion, at least not for animals. I think he is genuinely surprised that his island guest distrusts him; he is concerned about human comfort and welfare.

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