Schrödinger's Cat

Schrödinger's cat is a thought experiment, sometimes described as a paradox, devised by Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger in 1935.

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+25 1. y3lom commented 8 years ago

if i hadnt watch the tbbt episode about schrodinger's cat, i would've never understood this video...

bazinga >:)
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+17 2. ZaMpTi commented 8 years ago

1:00 but what if the cat has closed eyes, will the Matrix then have a glitch?
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+17 3. blackty commented 8 years ago

Who forced me to watch snotr?
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+10 4. LightAng3l commented 8 years ago

It's unanswered because it's stupid... Things happened before humans where around to observe them and things will happen after we are gone.

I can't see little Timmy getting his hair cut in Cleveland, does that mean he never cut his hair? or is someone else observing Timmy getting his hair cut? but that's irrelevant since I'm not observing the person observing Timmy....see... stupid :D
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+2 5. y3lom commented 8 years ago

@#4 so timmy is having his hair cut and growing his hair in the same time, it makes sense :(|)
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+8 6. defade commented 8 years ago

Schrödinger meant this as a joke.
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+3 7. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

I never know if a comment gets thumbs up or thumbs down, when placing it on Snotr, In both options, the video is there.
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+1 8. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

But is the cat actually in the bunker after you close the door? You put the cat in the bunker therfore you are both cruel and a scientist. Then you close the door. Just because you know of no exit for the cat except for the bunker door, doesnt mean that the cat does'nt know of another exit or that a quantum exit doesn't appear as your door closes. As we know, when one door closes another one opens. Quantum physics must allow for a string variation and a time shift pattern to exist for at least a fraction of a second linking the known universe to billions of other universes where the cat would not only live,die,evolve,speak,write,urinate and poo. He or she would also break down the explosive device into its componant atoms and build a model of the white house including a talking president and first lady. This is not a simple yes no situation, you must agree! :(
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+1 9. orion commented 8 years ago

The cat is undead: dead and alive at the same time :D Zombie cats ftw.
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+3 10. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

Let's put the cat in the bunker,light the fuse on the keg of gunpowder,close the door,and remove all this speculation about whether the cat goes bye-bye or not.
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0 11. zurathan commented 8 years ago

as a cat owner or owned by a cat (hard to tell which), i must say let the poor cat go!!!

and best tv show that make fun with this phenomenon is dirk gently plot episode not big bang theory.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2303367/
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-2 12. jaaaan commented 8 years ago

..cat, bunker, explosives..? pure cruelty.
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-1 13. Irvin commented 7 years ago

@#4 I agree.

This whole concept of thinking is both stupid and hubris. It assumed that reality only takes place under human observation, which in reality we know that's not the case.