dealswhat would heisenberg do? t-shirt for $9.99

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I'd assume he wouldn't do anything because he would be... wait for it.... uncertain.

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Seriously Mr. White?

- Jesse

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@jguru: Incorrect. He said it is only possible to determine their momentum or their location, but never both at the same time.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncertainty_principle

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or more precisely, "the act of measuring one must change the other"

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@bane3d: I'm pretty sure he would have his hands full uncoupling the Heisenberg compensator.

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@cobracat03: Naw, that's what we have Chief O'Brien for.

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@virtual1one: Umm, obviously you haven't watched Breaking Bad.

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@bane3d: I'd say "Lawyered!", but it doesn't seem to fit right. Neither does "Physicisted!"

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@sinner3k: Would you prefer "quantized"?

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@virtual1one: You know the really trippy part? Until it's observed, it has no definable value for either. For all intents and purposes, it doesn't exist until it is observed.

That sound you hear is your mind being blown.

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@sinner3k: Now don't get all Schrödinger on us. Quantized!

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@bane3d: Well played. (appreciative golf clap)

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@bane3d: heisenberg was pretty certain, he said, electrons are not certain where they are

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that shirt's pretty vague for that saying....? odds are most geeks wouldn't even get it.