At least there's no poison this time. .
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#2 - inbardo (01/17/2013) [-]
#6 - zakvanloocke (01/17/2013) [-]
Schrodinger while doing his work
Schrodinger while doing his work
User avatar #33 to #6 - playfaire (01/18/2013) [-]
Seems like the cat is in the... danger zone.
#15 - omegadynasty (01/18/2013) [-]
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#35 to #15 - acemrhawk (01/18/2013) [-]
Just watched the finale yesterday. Laughed so hard at this part.
User avatar #36 to #35 - thechosentroll (01/19/2013) [-]
Technically episode 9 isn't the finalle. They just haven't translated episode 10 yet.
User avatar #37 to #36 - acemrhawk (01/19/2013) [-]
Yeah, sorry. Thought this was in episode 10, I have watched episode 10 tough with subs. I watched all of them with subs because I think it's way more awesome in Japanese.
#28 to #15 - nubarke (01/18/2013) [-]
Wait, is that Integra from Hellsing?
#19 to #15 - thechosentroll (01/18/2013) [-]
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Scrödingers' trap - it's both a man and a woman until you pull its' pants down. Then it exits the superposition and becomes a guy.
#3 - felixjarl ONLINE (01/17/2013) [-]
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#29 - stigman **User deleted account** (01/18/2013) [-]
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#12 - yutakenusername (01/18/2013) [-]
Goes in one side a ferret comes out a cat.
Goes in one side a ferret comes out a cat.
User avatar #4 - attifyon (01/17/2013) [-]
I never fully understood "Schrödinger's Cat".
Does it mean that because we never saw each other, we all could be humans or cats or potatoes?
User avatar #7 to #4 - waaw (01/17/2013) [-]
No, humans aren't affected by quantum fluctuation. We're too big. Schrodinger's Cat only works because it is detecting whether or not a radioactive isotope decays, and that is affected by quantum.
User avatar #25 to #4 - I Am Monkey (01/18/2013) [-]
Think of it as the scientific equivalent of "If a tree falls in a forest and nobody's around to hear it, does it make a sound?"
User avatar #26 to #4 - datapool (01/18/2013) [-]
It's simple:

Ψcat(t) = Ψalive(t) + Ψdead(t)

Or, in other words:

Schrödinger's cat's a mystery cat, he illustrates the laws;
The complicated things he does have no apparent cause;
He baffles the determinist, and drives him to despair
For when they try to pin him down--the quantum cat's not there!

Schrödinger's cat's a mystery cat, he's given to random decisions;
His mass is slightly altered by a cloud of virtual kittens;
The vacuum fluctuations print his traces in the air
But if you try to find him, the quantum cat's not there!

Schrödinger's cat's a mystery cat, he's very small and light,
And if you try to pen him in, he tunnels out of sight;
So when the cruel scientist confined him in a box
With poison-capsules, triggered by bizarre atomic clocks,
He wasn't alive, he wasn't dead, or half of each; I swear
That when they fixed his eigenstate--he simply wasn't there!
User avatar #31 to #4 - daentraya (01/18/2013) [-]
Go to youtube and search IDTTMWYTIM Schrodingers cat. Green does a nice job explaining it
User avatar #8 to #4 - Crusader (01/18/2013) [-]
Until something is observed it does not exist, while at the same time existing, all while in an unknown state.
#5 to #4 - anon (01/17/2013) [-]
Put a cat in a sealed box with a radioactive element, a flask with poison, and a mechanism that will break the flask when it detects radioactivity. There is, supposedly, a 50% chance that the flask will break, and the poison kills the cat. Therefore, with our limited knowledge, the cat is simultaneously dead and alive.
The thought experiment is an extreme simplification of phenomenon in quantum mechanics, called "super-position". It refers to all quantum mechanical system existing in all possible states simultaneously. But when observed, only exist in one.
#23 to #5 - bummerdrummer (01/18/2013) [-]
wow, i kinda understood that

today, anon was a pretty cool guy
User avatar #9 to #5 - onceman (01/18/2013) [-]
So what does the term "Schrodinger's cat is dead" mean?
User avatar #14 to #9 - Marker ONLINE (01/18/2013) [-]
It's one of the two possibilities. Until the box is opened, both are true, however.
#11 - anon (01/18/2013) [-]
Are you guys ******* stupid? this has nothing to do with Schrodinger cat in the slightness, but "hahah it has cats in it, and they use a name that im vaguely familiar with but have no idea what it has to do with the picture"


This shouldn't be in *************** , it should be in ************** .
User avatar #13 to #11 - llAnonymousll (01/18/2013) [-]
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#20 to #11 - anon (01/18/2013) [-]
Until you remove the tube, it is impossible to know if there is only one lone cat or two regular ones
#27 to #20 - anon (01/18/2013) [-]
What about an x-ray machine?
#22 to #20 - youxbarstard (01/18/2013) [-]
Or if maybe there is a third cat in there o.o
#21 to #11 - anon (01/18/2013) [-]
Until you remove the tube it is impossible to know if there are two cats or just one really long cat. we have to assume both cases are correct. there is both one cat and two cats
User avatar #38 - kyozpsycho (02/07/2013) [-]
sure you laugh now but inside the tube is actually a 3rd cat... its the catapede experiment, it came right before the human centipede
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User avatar #10 - churrundo (01/18/2013) [-]
...until he farts.
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