Saturday, 2 March 2013

Quantum Mechanic




Small Gadget



The music is a fragment of "Consumite Furore" from the game "Phantasmagorias" 
residing on page http://www.markseibert.com/music.htm by Mark Seibert


© 2013 Od Liam.

6 comments:

  1. Small gadget could do wonders and essential for bigger inventions. It marvels me.

    You wrote so wittingly. My turn to stretch my neck to see the last word. May I say, the font is an instance of what microcosmic is all about.

    This is a very nice read for me this evening. Thank you, Od, for sharing a brilliant post. :)

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  2. Small gadgets get most of our technology!

    Do not come too near. Microcosmic World is as a Black Hole, it tries to get you through the singularity! :)

    Thank you, BB! You always boost my sense of pride!

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  3. ugh!! Quantum Mechanics - Never understood it and doubt if I ever will!! Schrodinger, Plank, etc - I hate them for making my school life difficult. :D

    "And I will be famou..."
    He didn't get to finish the word, did he?
    Quantum Mechanics devours everyone. I just know it! LOL

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    1. It is more the noise than the pecan-nuts they broke!

      Schrödinger invented a cat that can be alive and dead at the same time, but he could not explain reasonably why! Plank was over several very high Pernod-Absinthe glasses, this permitted him to visualise how a Higgs muon can interact with a "charm" quark, something similar to comments in a post! :))

      Na!!! I am kidding!! They knew what they were doing and telling, only they had to invent a new Lexicon to express their ideas! Nobody knows where is that Lexicon! :))

      That is right, QM can create a singularity and swallow you into its Universe! Beware!! :))

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  4. Quantum Mechanics, way over my head.


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    1. Oh, then all you have to do is climb on a chair or a table and sink your head into it! :)))

      Truly these things are really way over our heads. A life dedicated to study it is not enough! Ask Stephen Hawking, and company! Poor guys, they think they found the answer, at last, and a decade ahead they are denying everything and starting all over again from square one!

      Thank you for your warm words, Michelle!!

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