And the winner is. . BM _ Imp. They've got the technology to measure it that way, but still use printed numbers.
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#4 - arijan (06/14/2013) [+] (14 replies)
They've got the technology to measure it that way, but still use printed numbers.
#11 to #4 - willindor (06/14/2013) [-]
What number? I don't see it.
#1 - mudkipfucker ONLINE (06/13/2013) [+] (15 replies)
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Its a reference to the Observer effect,
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Observer_effect_%28physics%29
#3 - devout feminist (06/14/2013) [+] (11 replies)
As a Chem major I giggled
#7 to #5 - jdbbx (06/14/2013) [-]
As an English major I stayed silent, puzzled for several seconds, before applying the knowledge I had gained from my many years of Internet browsing, thus understanding the joke, at which point my mirth became audible.
#106 - tuckthisphit (06/14/2013) [+] (11 replies)
**tuckthisphit rolls 55** winner is the one who rolls dubs first !
User avatar #18 - shnoople (06/14/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I heard that one of the writers of Futurama had an advanced degree in mathematics, and actually created an entire math theorem just to realistically explain a plot point in an episode.
#32 - ichbinzweijahrealt (06/14/2013) [+] (1 reply)
MFW i understood the joke
#52 - pretzalman (06/14/2013) [-]
MFW I got that joke
MFW I got that joke
#41 - thebritishguy (06/14/2013) [+] (18 replies)
how does it change the outcome? I heard that bananas about Shlongdingers pussy but I never got it
#46 to #41 - iamthedeigner (06/14/2013) [-]
How do you test temperature? You place a thermo in and see how much molecular kinetic energy it absorbs. How do you test force? You place an instrument on on an object to absorb the force. How do you see an object? You absorb some of the photons (a fuckton) it releases. It's an idea that you must interact with anything to measure anything, and it is much more prevalent in quantum mechanics, where the slightest upset, including absorbing some of its photons, can change the outcome of a seemingly probability based (by chance) series of events.
How do you test temperature? You place a thermo in and see how much molecular kinetic energy it absorbs. How do you test force? You place an instrument on on an object to absorb the force. How do you see an object? You absorb some of the photons (a fuckton) it releases. It's an idea that you must interact with anything to measure anything, and it is much more prevalent in quantum mechanics, where the slightest upset, including absorbing some of its photons, can change the outcome of a seemingly probability based (by chance) series of events.
#67 - slumberdonkey (06/14/2013) [-]
mfw people didn't get it
mfw people didn't get it
User avatar #73 - henryfordthegod (06/14/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Only the true educated get this
User avatar #82 to #73 - infinitereaper (06/14/2013) [-]
Or anyone who ever watched discovery or read a book.

The heaviest thing I ever read was probably The Fabric of the Cosmos. Holy shit man it's like reading the science bible.
User avatar #16 - yunoknow (06/14/2013) [+] (1 reply)
The Double Slit experiment plus the Observer effect.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfPeprQ7oGc
#40 - thechosentroll (06/14/2013) [-]
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I understood that joke. I feels smarterer now.
#22 - cptnigelofwolf (06/14/2013) [-]
Observing a quantum wave function collapses the wave function. Before looking at it it is theoretically all over a statistically predicatble area. Picture a sine wave drawn on a 0-100 scale. Depending on when you measure it, it could be anywhere from 0-100, but upon measuring, the sine wave collapses and maybe lands on 33. I've dumbed it down a bit but the concept is the same. The electron traversing this quantum wave is throughout the entire wave, more likely to be in some spots than others, but is in fact all over it. Analogously electrons used to be thought of as being in an orbit around a nucleus, but upon inspection with an electron microscope they are more of a cloud or an area which the electron lives in. The electron isnt everywhere in that cloud all the time, but it still looks that way until its actual stopped at a single point and measured. Trust me, I are a scientist.
User avatar #54 - arsyro (06/14/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Can someone remind me of the guy who made this a fact? Was it Sigmund or Eienstien or sometihng?
User avatar #125 to #54 - AlexPaincakes ONLINE (06/14/2013) [-]
You're thinking of Heisenberg

It was his uncertainty principle that describes this.
#26 - getlemansmiley (06/14/2013) [+] (6 replies)
So, number 4 and 5 are racing. 3 won
#20 - supremegaws (06/14/2013) [-]
**supremegaws rolled a random image posted in comment #112 at It comes with a toy ** Mfw i lost too
#12 - devout feminist (06/14/2013) [+] (1 reply)
its sad they are ending it after this season, if people would watch it on tv instead of pirating, futurama would still have a chance...
#98 - icemanfolyfe (06/14/2013) [+] (1 reply)
HEISENBERG!!!!!!!!!! not schroedinger you uneducated twats! IT WAS FUCKING HEISENBERG's UNCERTAINTY PRINCIPAL!
#45 - devout feminist (06/14/2013) [-]
10/10 have never loled harder
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