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Rylie Gayle
Posted - 2010.11.15 01:53:00 - [1]
 

Edited by: Rylie Gayle on 15/11/2010 01:53:46
Was sitting here thinking, my wife told me I better be getting a list made, and I told her "Oh I'm making a list, and checking it twice..."

And the phrase gonna find out who's naughty or nice popped in my head, and then thought a quantum entangled particle can be simultaneously both naughty and nice in the same instance, santa might have trouble in the future...

Zyck
Greater Order Of Destruction
Black Legion.
Posted - 2010.11.15 01:55:00 - [2]
 

Originally by: Rylie Gayle
Edited by: Rylie Gayle on 15/11/2010 01:53:46
Was sitting here thinking, my wife told me I better be getting a list made, and I told her "Oh I'm making a list, and checking it twice..."

And the phrase gonna find out who's naughty or nice popped in my head, and then thought a quantum entangled particle can be simultaneously both naughty and nice in the same instance, santa might have trouble in the future...


I'm a big fan of quarks myself, though they're pretty strange.

Rylie Gayle
Posted - 2010.11.15 02:02:00 - [3]
 

Originally by: Zyck
Originally by: Rylie Gayle
Edited by: Rylie Gayle on 15/11/2010 01:53:46
Was sitting here thinking, my wife told me I better be getting a list made, and I told her "Oh I'm making a list, and checking it twice..."

And the phrase gonna find out who's naughty or nice popped in my head, and then thought a quantum entangled particle can be simultaneously both naughty and nice in the same instance, santa might have trouble in the future...


I'm a big fan of quarks myself, though they're pretty strange.


I really don't stay informed but I find them very interesting I'm fairly lame so I listen to NPR, national public radio, and they had someone on Friday speaking on quantum bits, their weirdness, the inexplicability of it all and such.

But from the way he spoke about it, and previous topics being blackholes and the apparent loss of information asserted by hawkings, which I know has conceded to the holographic universe theory, makes me wonder if there really is no loss of information due to quantum entanglement allowing information to be located on both the outside and inside of the black hole simultaneously. Or if the strangeness of it all could be directly related to the holographic universe theory itself.

Merry Christmas :O

Viktor Fyretracker
Caldari
Emminent Terraforming
O.G.-Alliance
Posted - 2010.11.15 02:15:00 - [4]
 

Santa just gives a Quantum entangled gift then that is both a diamond and coal at the same time.

CharmingButIrrational
Roswell Project Victimz
Posted - 2010.11.15 02:37:00 - [5]
 


Vogue
Short Bus Pole Dancers
Posted - 2010.11.15 11:11:00 - [6]
 

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This quantum lark really does kill me Twisted EvilTwisted EvilTwisted Evil

Cpt Placeholder
Posted - 2010.11.15 20:36:00 - [7]
 

Originally by: Zyck
I'm a big fan of quarks myself, though they're pretty strange.

If you had more charm, they wouldn't be so strange.

Caldari Citizen20090217
Posted - 2010.11.16 14:59:00 - [8]
 

Originally by: Cpt Placeholder
Originally by: Zyck
I'm a big fan of quarks myself, though they're pretty strange.

If you had more charm, they wouldn't be so strange.

Some guy starts talking about quarks and he just gets .... wait for it.... lepton.

Betty Boom
Caldari
SPECTRE Syndicate
Posted - 2010.11.16 15:12:00 - [9]
 

Originally by: Rylie Gayle


I really don't stay informed but I find them very interesting I'm fairly lame so I listen to NPR, national public radio, and they had someone on Friday speaking on quantum bits, their weirdness, the inexplicability of it all and such.

But from the way he spoke about it, and previous topics being blackholes and the apparent loss of information asserted by hawkings, which I know has conceded to the holographic universe theory, makes me wonder if there really is no loss of information due to quantum entanglement allowing information to be located on both the outside and inside of the black hole simultaneously. Or if the strangeness of it all could be directly related to the holographic universe theory itself.

Merry Christmas :O


Forget this fail prophets of the 'Einstein Church'. Theory is broken, coz finding a star that doesnt collapes to a black hole by having 20times the sun mass. Wink

Rylie Gayle
Posted - 2010.11.16 20:29:00 - [10]
 

Originally by: Betty Boom
Originally by: Rylie Gayle


I really don't stay informed but I find them very interesting I'm fairly lame so I listen to NPR, national public radio, and they had someone on Friday speaking on quantum bits, their weirdness, the inexplicability of it all and such.

But from the way he spoke about it, and previous topics being blackholes and the apparent loss of information asserted by hawkings, which I know has conceded to the holographic universe theory, makes me wonder if there really is no loss of information due to quantum entanglement allowing information to be located on both the outside and inside of the black hole simultaneously. Or if the strangeness of it all could be directly related to the holographic universe theory itself.

Merry Christmas :O


Forget this fail prophets of the 'Einstein Church'. Theory is broken, coz finding a star that doesnt collapes to a black hole by having 20times the sun mass. Wink
huh

Barakkus
Posted - 2010.11.16 21:34:00 - [11]
 


Culmen
Caldari
Culmenation
Posted - 2010.11.16 22:20:00 - [12]
 

Originally by: Rylie Gayle
Originally by: Betty Boom
Originally by: Rylie Gayle


I really don't stay informed but I find them very interesting I'm fairly lame so I listen to NPR, national public radio, and they had someone on Friday speaking on quantum bits, their weirdness, the inexplicability of it all and such.

But from the way he spoke about it, and previous topics being blackholes and the apparent loss of information asserted by hawkings, which I know has conceded to the holographic universe theory, makes me wonder if there really is no loss of information due to quantum entanglement allowing information to be located on both the outside and inside of the black hole simultaneously. Or if the strangeness of it all could be directly related to the holographic universe theory itself.

Merry Christmas :O


Forget this fail prophets of the 'Einstein Church'. Theory is broken, coz finding a star that doesnt collapes to a black hole by having 20times the sun mass. Wink
huh


Heretics!
You blaspheme the blessed name of Newton with you mention of unholy concepts.
Ave p = mV!
Reject the lies of p = γmV!
I have faith in a universal frame of reference!

/sarcasm off


 

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