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(Physics World)   No one ever asked, "How fat is Schrodinger's cat?" Until now   (physicsworld.com) divider line 8
    More: Amusing, Schrodinger, cats, Quantum Mechanics, ground states, logarithmic scales, Stefan Nimmrichter, age of the universe, University of Vienna  
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2013-04-30 08:45:59 AM
Photoshop this Fat Cat in a box.

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2013-04-30 08:47:02 AM
"One should never say never," he adds, "but we will probably never be able to put a cat in a quantum superposition."

Someday a scientist may actually try to do this.
 
2013-04-30 08:50:46 AM
I just always assumed he was both fat and skinny at the same time.

Until someone opened the box and looked at it.
 
2013-04-30 10:31:13 AM
Every fat cat has a skinny cat inside it screaming to get out.
And then it wants right back in again.
 
2013-04-30 10:39:45 AM
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2013-04-30 11:21:30 AM
Open the box and look.

Duh.
 
2013-04-30 12:53:02 PM
"Did you just call me fat?  All right; that's it!"

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2013-04-30 11:16:26 PM

JasonOfOrillia: "One should never say never," he adds, "but we will probably never be able to put a cat in a quantum superposition."

Someday a scientist may actually try to do this.


T-shirts I can sell at Stanford and M.I.T....all I can see are T-shirts....
 
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