Friday, January 8, 2010

Thought Problem

At the risk of being labelled high brow for the subject matter I shall explain first:

Schrodinger, an Austrian theoretical physicist posited a 'thought problem' which is essentially a messed up situation scientists argue about for fun.
His thought problem, also called "Schrodinger's Cat", posited that if a cat was placed in a box which also contained a hammer that could break open a flask of Hydrocyanic acid (it kills...) then until the box was opened a scientific observation could not be made thus rendering the cat neither dead nor alive and therefore both dead AND alive. (For a better more detailed explanation)
This is from the day after he posited it...

There IS some irony in an Austrian putting a cat in an enclosed area and releasing toxic poisons. Don't get me wrong. I'd have done it to a cat too...evil b*stards.

2 comments:

bkcgenie said...

Sexy stuff....loved it...btw..sudu also highlighted this very comic in particular in class....reasons for you to catch that flight to cloud number 9...

Mehvs said...

So funny you are Harry!
Your humour comes from strange places that one would never expect humour to come from. Which is why you are pretty awesome. So yeah man.