And the winner is. . BM _ Imp. They've got the technology to measure it that way, but still use printed numbers. And the winner is BM _ Imp They've got technology to measure it that way but still use printed numbers
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - arijan
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They've got the technology to measure it that way, but still use printed numbers.
#11 to #4 - willindor
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What number? I don't see it.
#105 to #11 - dankilitious
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the one on your right.
User avatar #141 to #105 - largeheadphones
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How long did you sit there just refreshing the page to get that?
User avatar #142 to #141 - dankilitious
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it was there when I saw it first. Fj thumbs mean nothing to me, I just wanted to share.
User avatar #117 to #105 - alfakroll
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Half Life 3 confirmed
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User avatar #33 to #11 - furydudemandos **User deleted account**
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User avatar #71 to #33 - akkere
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Oh man, if this post is true, just think about how much this could change the internet.

I mean, TurboTax on Steam!? I can do my taxes while playing video games!
#100 to #11 - kingdaniel
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It's been so long that i laughed at a commend on FJ
It's been so long that i laughed at a commend on FJ
#99 to #11 - ilialiali
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Half Life 3 confirmed
#94 to #11 - tehubernation
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#19 to #11 - julesv
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#59 to #11 - jovanlisac
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seriously, this is still funny
User avatar #103 to #59 - zaperzero
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Yes.
#1 - mudkipfucker
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This image has expired
Its a reference to the Observer effect,
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Observer_effect_%28physics%29
User avatar #6 to #1 - luthervonappledorf
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If I'm not mistaken it is also related to The Hawthorne Effect. They seem extremely similar in the sense that in The Hawthorne Effect, the observer has an impact on any event purely because he is observing it. This was tested in a factory when the workers were told that someone would be observing them and their efficiency improved dramatically but when they were told that the observer had gone their performance deteriorated again.
User avatar #10 to #6 - redtooth
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Yeah but the horses weren't exactly aware that they were being observed any more than usual, were they?
#13 to #1 - anon id: 8960d703
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I understood it by Phineas and Ferb as one time Ferb said the mere observation changes the outcome...But your point is good too.
User avatar #21 to #1 - ThatsSoFunnyHeHe
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I thought the joke was about how sports fans bitch even when they're proven undoubtedly wrong.
I am not very smart.
#55 to #1 - fistpump
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Could you translate this into Layman's terms for me?
My excuse for no understanding what the **** this wikipage says is the fact that I'm a zoologist.
User avatar #63 to #55 - MrMouz
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It means you have to change something to understand it. Like the article says, to check the pressure of a car tire, you have to let some air out, changing the pressure. It's a change so we can understand.
User avatar #2 to #1 - thefasrdog
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I did my science fair on it.
#8 to #1 - Uranium
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I thought it actually had something to do with Heisenberg's uncertainty principle
User avatar #9 to #8 - redtooth
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Second this, I also remember that this had to do with Heisenberg's uncertainty principle
User avatar #14 to #9 - baaltomekk
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No it's not the uncertainty principle, because the uncertainty principle only effects scenarios where you are messuring two physical propertys of an object at the same time. Here, they only meassure one property, so it won't be affected by the uncertainty principle.
User avatar #102 to #14 - clockworkphysicist
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Yeah isn't it "The more accurate you know the position, the less likely you will know the velocity'?
User avatar #137 to #102 - baaltomekk
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That's one example for it. It works with any two physical properties
User avatar #138 to #137 - clockworkphysicist
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*KNOWLEDGE OBTAINED*
Yes! I'm one step closer to being a REAL physicist!
#92 to #8 - willypmedina
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Heisenberg is the guy who sells crystals in new mexico, I'm wrong?
User avatar #34 to #8 - drulludanni
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heisenberg is driving in his car when a police officer stops him and asks: do you know how fast you were going? and he replies: no, but i know exactly where i was.
#3 - anon id: d7d9fbeb
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As a Chem major I giggled
User avatar #35 to #3 - TheMather
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As an astrotechnology student, I was unfazed.
User avatar #37 to #3 - chthulhu
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As a highschool dropout, I did exactly the same thing as the english major
#38 to #3 - herpdamin
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As a Public DJ 4DM1Nistration major I Hermesconrad'ed
#39 to #38 - herpdamin
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wat
#31 to #3 - firereadyaim
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as a liberal arts major, i asked the animators if they wanted fries with that when they were on a lunch break
#25 to #3 - lankyman
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As a History student, I unemployed
#5 to #3 - anonmynous
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As a phys major I guffawed.
#7 to #5 - jdbbx
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As an English major I stayed silent, puzzled for several seconds, before applying the knowledge I had gained from my many years of Internet browsing, thus understanding the joke, at which point my mirth became audible.
User avatar #23 to #7 - maggotarms
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as a mathematics major, i was able to work out how much of my life i had wasted
#60 to #7 - hankspank
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As a Historical Art major, i thought deeply into the concept of this piece and and brought up central ideas on how this is just the repetition of history.
User avatar #104 to #5 - clockworkphysicist
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As someone who studies quantum physics for fun, I snickered.
#106 - tuckthisphit
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**tuckthisphit rolls 55** winner is the one who rolls dubs first !
#110 to #106 - curses
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Well would you look at that. It was over before it started. You win this day good sir.
#107 to #106 - tuckthisphit
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**tuckthisphit rolls 77**
#113 to #107 - anisace
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again???
again???
User avatar #114 to #113 - tuckthisphit
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i rolled dubs twice in a row like ten minutes ago before this
www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/4636764/Title/105#105
#136 to #114 - tormain
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Black magic!    
Burn him!
Black magic!
Burn him!
#123 to #107 - anon id: beaa64dd
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**anonymous rolls 46**

I can do better
#108 to #107 - tuckthisphit
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#112 to #107 - tuckthisphit
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**tuckthisphit rolls 37**
User avatar #124 to #112 - AlexPaincakes
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Should have stopped while you were ahead.
#131 to #112 - darkvengence
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**darkvengence rolls 42**

mfw not dubs
User avatar #18 - shnoople
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I heard that one of the writers of Futurama had an advanced degree in mathematics, and actually created an entire math theorem just to realistically explain a plot point in an episode.
#56 to #18 - fistpump
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In the special features on one of the DVDs for the four feature-length Futurama episodes, there is a 15-20 minute math lecture that just talks about and explains some of the mathematics in the show. I didn't understand any of it. But it was pretty neat how they did that.
#115 to #18 - clockworkphysicist
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Gee, did you just so happen to hear it from the content about it yesterday?
#24 to #18 - lankyman
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Yeah, 'The Prisoner of Benda', you only the see the full theorem for a second before its put in action. Best episode of that series (6th season), full of sci-fi shenanigans.
#32 - ichbinzweijahrealt
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MFW i understood the joke
#51 to #32 - potatophucker
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#52 - pretzalman
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MFW I got that joke
MFW I got that joke
#41 - thebritishguy
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how does it change the outcome? I heard that bananas about Shlongdingers pussy but I never got it
User avatar #42 to #41 - stonerjesus
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Basically nothing and everything exists all at the same time until something observes it. Is the cat dead or alive? Both, until you open the box to find out.
User avatar #77 to #42 - golemnardah
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You missed the point of Schrodinger's cat. The cat is both dead AND alive until further observed.
User avatar #140 to #77 - stonerjesus
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That's... exactly what I said in different words.
User avatar #47 to #42 - thebritishguy
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not this time Jesus, the cat is either dead or alive anyway, besides the cat is an observer also. is this not true?
#48 to #47 - stonerjesus
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Damn... you're right
Damn... you're right
#50 to #48 - thebritishguy
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I beat Jesus? yus
#53 to #50 - stonerjesus
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#43 to #41 - sreggin
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its one of the fundamental quantum gerdunken, i dont remember which one, double slit maybe
User avatar #49 to #41 - MRfunnyFACE
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In quantum physics the very act of observing causes electrons to act differently. Watch this link for a full explanation.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgyTEHo-nHQ

Dr. Quantum is the man.
User avatar #72 to #49 - jorah
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I believe It's a theory, not fact.
User avatar #76 to #72 - golemnardah
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Most of science is a theory.
User avatar #78 to #76 - jorah
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A lot of it is a fact.
User avatar #139 to #78 - MRfunnyFACE
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except for natural laws, such as gravity, all of science is a theory.

Thats why when people disregard evolution saying, "oh but its just a theory," they are not really making a valid argument.
User avatar #132 to #78 - fitemeirl
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no because whenever we think we know what's going on some smartass comes around (like Einstein or newton) and proves everyone wrong. that's why we call it theories. theories are tested and proven hypotheses, they stand true until someone comes along and disproves them.
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#134 to #90 - UnoSkullmanx
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Except that's completely wrong in every way. Theories are logical "guesses" that while there is some evidence that they may be true, they are still not proven. A scientific law is what's proven.
User avatar #95 to #49 - thebritishguy
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WHAT?! that's against the rules, electrons have got to follow the rules, they can't just disobey the rules, what the **** is happening? this is a joke, what? jesus ******* christ man, I need to start smoking tea
#46 to #41 - iamthedeigner
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How do you test temperature? You place a thermo in and see how much molecular kinetic energy it absorbs. How do you test force? You place an instrument on on an object to absorb the force. How do you see an object? You absorb some of the photons (a *******) it releases. It's an idea that you must interact with anything to measure anything, and it is much more prevalent in quantum mechanics, where the slightest upset, including absorbing some of its photons, can change the outcome of a seemingly probability based (by chance) series of events.
How do you test temperature? You place a thermo in and see how much molecular kinetic energy it absorbs. How do you test force? You place an instrument on on an object to absorb the force. How do you see an object? You absorb some of the photons (a *******) it releases. It's an idea that you must interact with anything to measure anything, and it is much more prevalent in quantum mechanics, where the slightest upset, including absorbing some of its photons, can change the outcome of a seemingly probability based (by chance) series of events.
#67 - slumberdonkey
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mfw people didn't get it
mfw people didn't get it
User avatar #16 - yunoknow
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The Double Slit experiment plus the Observer effect.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfPeprQ7oGc
User avatar #17 to #16 - osimonmagus
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I get so giggidy when I understand quantum mechanic jokes >.<