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Bill O'Reilly, wait wat?
By: suckadikchickhun
 
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#5

allamericandude (05/13/2012) [+] (7 replies)
Alright: using an equation I learned from a certain Brian Cox (which he got from Richard Feynman), I am going to show that a virgin birth is possible with science.
Quantum mechanics says that it is perfectly possible for an object to jump from one point to another. Even if that object is in a container, it can jump out of it without opening the container and suddenly appear at another point in space. The equation for how long you would have to wait for that object to jump is given by (time) > ((distance jumped)*(size of container)*(mass))/(Planck's constant)
So lets say we want to get 1 gram of sperm cells from a man's testicles to quantumleap into a woman's uterus 1 meter away without the woman (or man, or anyone else for that matter) ever knowing. And let's say the diameter of one of the man's testes is 2 centimeters.
Plugging all that in, you get that 1 gram of sperm cells leaping into a woman's uterus 1 meter away would happen once every 3.03*10^28 seconds. That's nearly 70 billion times the age of our universe.
Then you have to consider the odds of that happening at the exact moment the man is standing 1 meter away from the woman, and the odds that the woman is in the right conditions to get pregnantand you get that the probability of a virgin birth happening this way is astronomically small. HOWEVER, even an astronomically small number is an infinite amount of numbers away from zero, so a virgin birth IS possible. Just very, VERY unlikely.
So there you go, Mr. O'Reilly. ****** just been explained. Sort of. Not really.
Quantum mechanics says that it is perfectly possible for an object to jump from one point to another. Even if that object is in a container, it can jump out of it without opening the container and suddenly appear at another point in space. The equation for how long you would have to wait for that object to jump is given by (time) > ((distance jumped)*(size of container)*(mass))/(Planck's constant)
So lets say we want to get 1 gram of sperm cells from a man's testicles to quantumleap into a woman's uterus 1 meter away without the woman (or man, or anyone else for that matter) ever knowing. And let's say the diameter of one of the man's testes is 2 centimeters.
Plugging all that in, you get that 1 gram of sperm cells leaping into a woman's uterus 1 meter away would happen once every 3.03*10^28 seconds. That's nearly 70 billion times the age of our universe.
Then you have to consider the odds of that happening at the exact moment the man is standing 1 meter away from the woman, and the odds that the woman is in the right conditions to get pregnantand you get that the probability of a virgin birth happening this way is astronomically small. HOWEVER, even an astronomically small number is an infinite amount of numbers away from zero, so a virgin birth IS possible. Just very, VERY unlikely.
So there you go, Mr. O'Reilly. ****** just been explained. Sort of. Not really.
#22

TnytsGunaBAGdNyt (05/13/2012) []
Why do these people talk like they stood guard outside the gates of Mary's vagina all her life?
#45

malcolmwolfe (05/13/2012) [+] (3 replies)
actually back in those days if you were raped you were still considered a virgin....so jesus was a rape child....
#41

nephrithotroll (05/13/2012) []
well what if a guy was fapping furiously and caught the loot in his hand and secretly put the fluid in her vagina while she was asleep or
she just claim she was a virgin while she was the whore of Babylon
she just claim she was a virgin while she was the whore of Babylon