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Topic: Schrodinger's Cat
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Mike

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Re: Schrodinger's Cat
Posted: Feb 20, 2013 3:18 PM
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On Feb 20, 11:51 am, Kevin <barry196...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> So there is the 2-D version of Schrodinger's Cat and a 3-D version,
> neither of which I control. So the 2-D version is interesting...
> curious... and relatively pain free... Does the 2-D version of
> Schrodinger's Cat 'fold' because it is 2-D? Fine with me if it works
> in my favor (yawn)... So the first rule of folding must be that it is
> impossible to look directly into the eye of the Cyclops. But wait!!
> The 2-D version of Schrodinger's Cat is just a bait or hook to make me
> feel the same way about the 3-D version of Schrodinger's Cat... Yeah,
> well, the 3-D version of Schrodinger's Cat seems contrived and maybe
> even cartoonish... Maybe you should ask the alcoholic Santa with post
> traumatic stress what he thinks about the 3-D version... but only
> after he is done spraying the tall grass with machine gun fire.


Here, kitty, kitty.

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=bringing-schrodingers-quantum-cat-to-life


Date Subject Author
2/20/13
Read Schrodinger's Cat
Kevin
2/20/13
Read Re: Schrodinger's Cat
Mike
2/20/13
Read Re: Schrodinger's Cat
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