History UsefulNotes / SchrodingersCat

5th Aug '16 2:07:28 PM Morgenthaler
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::Later, thanks to guest artist [[SaturdayMorningBreakfastCereal Zack Weiner]], '''[[http://dresdencodak.com/2010/05/06/smbc-guest-comic/ Cat's Schrödinger]]''' was introduced.

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::Later, thanks to guest artist [[SaturdayMorningBreakfastCereal [[Webcomic/SaturdayMorningBreakfastCereal Zack Weiner]], '''[[http://dresdencodak.com/2010/05/06/smbc-guest-comic/ Cat's Schrödinger]]''' was introduced.
4th Aug '16 2:51:29 PM Kartoonkid95
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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'': Parodies in "Herpe the Love Sore", where Peter is tempted to open a box meant for Quagmire.
-->'''Peter:''' You know, Lois, physicists believe there are two alternate universes: one in which I don't open the box, and one in which I do.
-->''(transition to alternate reality)''
-->'''Peter:''' I'm not gonna open the box. ''(Lois shoots him)''
-->''(transition back to normal reality)''
-->'''Peter:''' I'm gonna open the box.
1st Aug '16 1:00:52 PM SonicLover
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* The second ''VideoGame/{{Deponia}}'' game had Rufus wondering why a cat's food bowl was outside of a locked building, whereas the cat was inside. After filling the bowl with tuna to get the cat's attention, he speculates on how the cat can be inside and outside at the same time, name-drops Schrodinger, and claims that he and Goal are witnessing quantum physics at work. [[spoiler:The door has a cat flap.]]

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* The One scene in the second ''VideoGame/{{Deponia}}'' game had Rufus wondering why a cat's food bowl was outside of a locked building, whereas the cat was inside. After filling the bowl with tuna to get the cat's attention, he speculates on how the cat can be inside and outside at the same time, name-drops Schrodinger, and claims that he and Goal are witnessing quantum physics at work. [[spoiler:The door has a cat flap.]]
1st Aug '16 1:00:16 PM SonicLover
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** The second ''VideoGame/{{Deponia}}'' game had Rufus wondering why a cat's food bowl was outside of a locked building, whereas the cat was inside. After filling the bowl with tuna to get the cat's attention, he speculates on how the cat can be inside and outside at the same time, name-drops Schrodinger, and claims that he and Goal are witnessing quantum physics at work. [[spoiler:The door has a cat flap.]]

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** * The second ''VideoGame/{{Deponia}}'' game had Rufus wondering why a cat's food bowl was outside of a locked building, whereas the cat was inside. After filling the bowl with tuna to get the cat's attention, he speculates on how the cat can be inside and outside at the same time, name-drops Schrodinger, and claims that he and Goal are witnessing quantum physics at work. [[spoiler:The door has a cat flap.]]
1st Aug '16 12:59:56 PM SonicLover
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** The second''VideoGame/{{Deponia}}'' game had Rufus wondering why a cat's food bowl was outside of a locked building, whereas the cat was inside. After filling the bowl with tuna to get the cat's attention, he speculates on how the cat can be inside and outside at the same time, name-drops Schrodinger, and claims that he and Goal are witnessing quantum physics at work. [[spoiler:The door has a cat flap.]]

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** The second''VideoGame/{{Deponia}}'' second ''VideoGame/{{Deponia}}'' game had Rufus wondering why a cat's food bowl was outside of a locked building, whereas the cat was inside. After filling the bowl with tuna to get the cat's attention, he speculates on how the cat can be inside and outside at the same time, name-drops Schrodinger, and claims that he and Goal are witnessing quantum physics at work. [[spoiler:The door has a cat flap.]]
1st Aug '16 12:59:33 PM SonicLover
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** The second''VideoGame/{{Deponia}}'' game had Rufus wondering why a cat's food bowl was outside of a locked building, whereas the cat was inside. After filling the bowl with tuna to get the cat's attention, he speculates on how the cat can be inside and outside at the same time, name-drops Schrodinger, and claims that he and Goal are witnessing quantum physics at work. [[spoiler:The door has a cat flap.]]
31st Jul '16 2:32:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[http://dresdencodak.com/2006/02/13/trouble-in-memphis/ This]] early ''DresdenCodak'' comic.

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* [[http://dresdencodak.com/2006/02/13/trouble-in-memphis/ This]] early ''DresdenCodak'' ''Webcomic/DresdenCodak'' comic.
18th Jul '16 3:37:49 PM shokoshu
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::Also, physicists such as John Gribbin (author of ''In Search of Schrödinger's Cat'' and ''Schrödinger's Kittens'') wonder at what point particles go from being "quantum" to "ordinary". How big do you have to be to be normal? [[note]] C60 molecules (buckyballs) are quantum objects, a double slit experiment was successfully done with them.[[/note]] How small do you have to be to be in two places at once?

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::Also, * Also, physicists such as John Gribbin (author of ''In Search of Schrödinger's Cat'' and ''Schrödinger's Kittens'') wonder at what point particles go from being "quantum" to "ordinary". How big do you have to be to be normal? How small do you have to be to be in two places at once? [[note]] C60 molecules (buckyballs) are quantum objects, a double slit experiment was successfully done with them.[[/note]] How small do you have to be to be in two places at once?[[/note]]
18th Jul '16 3:35:49 PM shokoshu
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::Also, physicists such as John Gribbin (author of ''In Search of Schrödinger's Cat'' and ''Schrödinger's Kittens'') wonder at what point particles go from being "quantum" to "ordinary". How big do you have to be to be normal? [[note]] C60 molecules (buckyballs) are quantum objects, a double slit experiment was successfully done with them.]] How small do you have to be to be in two places at once?

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::Also, physicists such as John Gribbin (author of ''In Search of Schrödinger's Cat'' and ''Schrödinger's Kittens'') wonder at what point particles go from being "quantum" to "ordinary". How big do you have to be to be normal? [[note]] C60 molecules (buckyballs) are quantum objects, a double slit experiment was successfully done with them.]] [[/note]] How small do you have to be to be in two places at once?
18th Jul '16 3:35:03 PM shokoshu
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::Also, physicists such as John Gribbin (author of ''In Search of Schrödinger's Cat'' and ''Schrödinger's Kittens'') wonder at what point particles go from being "quantum" to "ordinary". How big do you have to be to be normal? How small do you have to be to be in two places at once?

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::Also, physicists such as John Gribbin (author of ''In Search of Schrödinger's Cat'' and ''Schrödinger's Kittens'') wonder at what point particles go from being "quantum" to "ordinary". How big do you have to be to be normal? [[note]] C60 molecules (buckyballs) are quantum objects, a double slit experiment was successfully done with them.]] How small do you have to be to be in two places at once?
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