Tim Minchin's "Storm"

"Take physics and bin it!
Water has memory!
And while its memory of a
long lost drop of onion juice
seems infinite
it somehow forgets
all the poo it's had in it."

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-2 1. dogfish commented 7 years ago

I still prefer that girl and her magic :P
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0 2. dushan commented 7 years ago

#1 magic? you mean her fairies and her butterflies? :D

"...good-looking hippies
with fairies on their spines
and butterflies on their titties...."
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+7 3. IllusionsPlay commented 7 years ago

I just love this. I can almost recite it how much times I've heard it...and it never gets boring. :)

Oh, and I really enjoy jazz musical background. <3
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+5 4. cameramaster commented 7 years ago

This is like a chapter of my life!...for some weird reason I'm forever coming across women like her. No wonder I'm single!
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+3 5. majais commented 7 years ago

Mmmmh, it seems a bit old fashioned. Aren't we suppose to live in a holographic universe (multiverse) and any of what we experience is not real? >:)
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+3 6. Oddi commented 7 years ago

Actually both opinions hold true. Even science's provability and repeatability is based on a species (us humans) logic and cognitive responses of the world around us. It was proven on the previous century by Bell that our logic and perception of the world is limited when it comes to quantum mechanics. see http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/bell-theorem . Very nice short!