Quantum Mechanics

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by scrofula, Jan 11, 2009.

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  1. That Steven Hawkings seems to be an expert on Black Holes. Isn't his nurse a Phillipino though ????

    I think the police station will itemise my winterwear Don't worry, the gubment will stand bail.....
     
  2. What ever you are jabbing in to your veins, stop it now.
     
  3. :? Quantum Mechanics??????

    what corps are they in???










    Combat Jacket
    Balaclava ....
    Provo cab !
     
  4. I've read two books on Quantum Theory & frankly I haven't a bloody clue what they're going on about. I may as well have been reading a pornographic version Winnie the Pooh.

    According to Q/P

    • Every breath you take contains an atom breathed out by Marilyn Monroe.
    • There is a liquid that can run uphill.
    • You age faster at the top of a building than at the bottom.
    • An atom can be in many different places at once, the equivalent of you being in New York and London at the same time.
    • The entire human race would fit into the volume of a sugar cube.
    • One per cent of the static on the television tuned between stations is the relic of the Big Bang.
    • Time travel is not forbidden by the laws of physics.
    • A cup of coffee weighs more when it is hot than when it is cold.
    • The faster you travel, the slimmer you get.
    • Then there’s that whole malarkey about the zombie kitten.

    8O :? :roll:

    Your most puzzled, &c.

    ~D.C.
     
  5. What Corps, how dare you ! I've always said here that I'm a civvie. Which I am as far as you chaps are concerned. Space cadets are neither current badge nor are they homemakers....we are the galactic future. Flash, I have no veins!
     
  6. But I am exceptionally vain. Touche, touche. Nah. that's French
     
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  8. If you do have an interest in such things then read A Brief History of Time by Prof Steven Hawkins as it is designed for non-tefalheads to read and inwardly digest.
     
  9. what the chuff is the zombie cat?
     
  10. We ....prssssshhht....already.......prssssssshhhhht....fcucked......prshrrrsssssssssshhhhhhtttt. ... your spacesuit, you thought .......prsssssshhhht.......that fart..........prsssssshhhhhhhttt...... was an accident? Prrrrrrhhhhherrrt?
     
  11. Hope This helps.
     
  12. fookin hell my head hurts after reading that.
     
  13. A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson is a very good layman's guide to all sorts of complex and obscure science, and explains all of this quite well.
     
  14. Non-tefalhead version.
    The cat is alive when put in the box, if you open the box the cat will die.
    Leave the box for X amount of time and you don't know if the cat is now dead from starvation or still alive. Since you know opening the box will kill the cat anyway, you can't tell what state the cat is in without killing it.
    Basically it's about not knowing the state of something without looking at it, but by looking at it, you change it so you just buggered the experiment up. So you can't look at it, but then you don't know and so on. ;-)