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Schrödinger Scat

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I was unsure whether to post this under "Culture: Sex: Pornography" or "Culture: Music: Style".

In fact, I was just unsure whether to post this.

MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 28 2010

So, you set up a nodding Homer, perhaps in the window of a car, like one of those nodding dogs... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeric_nod
... and point the sensors of your AI device towards it [pertinax, Jun 29 2010]

Wikipedia says http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scat
its an ability test. [pashute, Jul 01 2010]


       This was actually a little-known musical style that Ella Fitzgerald tried, but it never really took off.
figmeant, Jun 28 2010

       In that case, you should open the box and collapse the wave function.
8th of 7, Jun 28 2010

       This was (with both meanings) in that giant Schrödinger of an idea we had recently where all the annotations turned into a list of pündingers. However I cant find it on ‘search’ and I don’t recall what the idea was called.
pocmloc, Jun 28 2010

       // I don’t recall what the idea was called //   

       "Open the box, kill the kitty" ?
8th of 7, Jun 28 2010

       //unsure whether to post this// Until I clicked on the link, I was unsure whether you had. Now that I've observed it, the idea has lost whatever quantum coherence it may once have possessed.   

       Seriously, is there an idea here?
mouseposture, Jun 28 2010

       //is there an idea here?//   

       Nope, none whatsoever. But everyone slips occasionally and is unable to resist a bad pun. Feel free to mark for deletion, in which case I shall oblige.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 28 2010

       Schrödinger's Cow.... "Would you like milk in your tea?"
"Of course - do you have some?"
"I might have".
"What do you mean: "You might have"?"
"Well I keep a cow in that box over there"......
xenzag, Jun 28 2010

       [MB] Aliquando bonus dormitat Homerus.
mouseposture, Jun 29 2010

       I thought that this idea was just to provide empiric evidence that the cat was actually alive.
jurist, Jun 29 2010

       'Tis we that dream.
pertinax, Jun 29 2010


       "Will I dream, Dave ?"   

8th of 7, Jun 29 2010

       If you think that Homer nods, then yes, apparently. This may be an as-yet unexplored alternative to the Turing test.
pertinax, Jun 29 2010

       [Mouseposture] Factotum aliquot semper clitoris.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 29 2010

       Bzzzt! Bluff: no such animal!
pertinax, Jul 01 2010

       Max, well... be you! Can none?
pashute, Jul 01 2010

       //Factotum aliquot semper clitoris.// Hmm... suspiciously Google-proof. I won a prize in Latin once. I've forgotten the Latin but the prize -- a dictionary of classical quotations -- remains, and I can't find that. [MB] would you translate, please?
mouseposture, Jul 02 2010

       //[MB] would you translate, please//   

       Certainly. A loose translation into Western Apache would be "nohwíí -’isdzánh " (at least, that's the best I can do with the available character sets).
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 02 2010

       No, no! the translation is: May the goddess bring you many happy camels and protect you from the painful reproductory diseases of the wicked temple whores.
blinddriver, Jul 03 2010

       To symbolise the uncollapsed waveform, this really should be in the "Halfbakery:Category" category
hippo, Jul 03 2010

       servants are almost always clitoris?
daseva, Jul 03 2010

       Google-proof because bollocks. Trust me on this one.
pertinax, Jul 03 2010

       //Google-proof because bollocks.// No, Google-proof because "clitoris."   

       That's only the second-best way to poison a search. The first-best way is to include the name of a band. The zeroth- best way is to make it yield an audio clip of Rick Astley.
mouseposture, Jul 03 2010


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