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Schrödinger's Post: Clever or Stupid? (You must click the link to find out.)

You clicked! This one happens to be particularly stupid. Better luck next time.
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How come nobody's ever posted something about Schrödinger's box containing a zombie cat?
doctorremulac3, Dec 02 2016

Futurama's interpretation https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3n9wn_tsEVU
[the porpoise, Dec 02 2016]

mmmmm. candybars https://www.quora.c...ics-for-a-candy-bar
[beanangel, Dec 02 2016]


       LOL link. "There's also a lot of drugs in there."   

       And THAT, is my absolute, all time, single favorite commentary on Schrödinger's box.
doctorremulac3, Dec 02 2016

       And something that the thought experiment didn't consider, if the cat lives it's going to be pissed off.
the porpoise, Dec 02 2016

       Easy. Just keep the box shut.   


       // zombie cat? //   

       There's no such thing; they're extinct.   

       We killed them all.
8th of 7, Dec 02 2016

       mmmmmm. candybars
beanangel, Dec 02 2016

       [Ian] It refers to a contest where you get two candybars if you think of a test of the Many Worlds Interpretation of physics. the contest appears both here at the .5b as well as quora.com   

       the phrase mmmmm candybars could whet people's appetite for a candybar or two, causing them to think of a testable approach to the Many Worlds Interpretation of physics.
beanangel, Dec 02 2016

       I didn't need to click the link to find out.
tatterdemalion, Dec 02 2016

       The latter was a pretty safe bet.
doctorremulac3, Dec 04 2016


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