Why Quantum Physics is Cool Pt 1 (Updated with pt 2 URL)
Fun facts on Quantum Physics part 2 at http://quantamiscool2.ytmnd.com

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September 21st, 2006
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Well, my head a splode!
September 21st, 2006
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KNOWLEDGE IS POWER!
September 21st, 2006
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5 for physics
September 21st, 2006
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Someone just read the book "Timeline". :-P But good job none-the-less.
September 21st, 2006
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Actually it was Fabric of the Cosmos by Brian Greene. Reading A Different Universe by Laughlin now.
September 21st, 2006
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At first I really hated the 'educational slide-show fad', but now finally people are doing it in interesting ways with nice fun music. I liked this alot and I grant you a five sir. Good day to you.
September 21st, 2006
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I enjoy intelligence. Dead cats FTW!
September 21st, 2006
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Pretty cool, though I already knew about this phenomenon. The next one should be interesting.
September 21st, 2006
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Holy sh*t, a Educational YTMND! 5'd.
September 21st, 2006
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I already knew that Electron had a duality of a particle and a wave, but still a good YTMND.
September 21st, 2006
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i want more please
September 21st, 2006
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This is the best thing I've seen in weeks, thanks for doing this, dude.
September 21st, 2006
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Good stuff. I love this sort of stuff. I also love how people who are too stupid to get it (or even try) get mad and give it a 1. Honestly, if you don't get it, don't get all pissed about it.
September 21st, 2006
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nice.
September 21st, 2006
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I was going to give you 5 stars, but after reading half the comments i must take away your stars, as you caused me to read others' stupidity
September 21st, 2006
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OK...but it's yet another educational ytmnd. Needs more retarded humor. Also c*cks.
September 21st, 2006
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soo... you're saying the electrons are in two places at once?
September 21st, 2006
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Slideshow is informative. Sound is quite fitting. Vote is 5.
September 21st, 2006
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Lol, wave-particle duality. This is perfectly feasible if you consider the fact that time is completely relative, i.e. there is no single path through time. What really gets confusing is when you imagine the concept that matter and antimatter form a ring in time (going forward is matter, going backwards is antimatter). When one of these gets caught in a black hole, the other is oddly made to escape. That's Hawking Radiation.
September 21st, 2006
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Antiloop ftw
September 21st, 2006
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rent what the bleep. It explains everything.
September 21st, 2006
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5'd for physics!
September 21st, 2006
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Maybe the electrons just ricochet off the thin sides of the slits?
September 21st, 2006
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Interesting and while I do enjoy theoretical discussion, it's still a sh*tty Powerpoint slideshow that Physics 101 could've taught me
September 21st, 2006
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high school physics slideshows belong in high school physics classes
September 21st, 2006
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...no.
September 21st, 2006
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FAV'D, VERY COOL!
September 21st, 2006
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Uhhh. . . thanks for grade 11 physics lesson? Btw, way to credit Schrödinger. Not interesting either.
September 21st, 2006
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you blew my mind away.
September 21st, 2006
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Nice.
September 21st, 2006
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pt 2 plx?
September 21st, 2006
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Lasers are a series of tubes! Do one about the Observer Effect next.
September 21st, 2006
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Would have been better using photons instead of electrons, but I see nothing wrong with educating the masses so 4 stars for you.
September 21st, 2006
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that's nuts.
September 21st, 2006
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Superbe
September 21st, 2006
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Pretty cool ytmnd.. needs more credit
September 21st, 2006
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good info. I like.
September 21st, 2006
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O RLY?
September 21st, 2006
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Yeah, science has away of always proving itself wrong. Physics lol
September 21st, 2006
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omfg if i wanted to learn i wudnt be on internets f*ck
September 21st, 2006
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im a science geek so i like :D
September 21st, 2006
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i loved doing this stuff in physics... yeah im a nerd
September 21st, 2006
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electrons>xenu srslygtfo
September 21st, 2006
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and it was when i was doing college level physics
September 21st, 2006
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thank you!!! weee...good stuff
September 21st, 2006
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Quantum Physics YTMND's FTW: http://ytmnfinity.ytmnd.com/
September 21st, 2006
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-4 FOR NO NEDM
September 21st, 2006
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I learned this in my quantum physics class...very interesting stuff. Can't wait for part 2.
September 21st, 2006
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SCIENCE!
September 21st, 2006
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This is an OLD experiment.
September 21st, 2006
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Wow, this could be useful.
September 21st, 2006
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you should read the wikipedia artice on that stupid f*cking movie. (What the bleep do we know) It is well known that the quantum physics scientist involved in that movie was unaware of it's intent and dissapointed with its results. Alot of the tests were proven fradulent as well.
September 21st, 2006
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5'd. Looking forward to part two.
September 21st, 2006
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Yup. One of the more simpler aspects. Nothing new for me, but a good presentation. 4d
September 21st, 2006
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DO YOU THINK THAT'S AIR YOU'RE BREATHING?
September 21st, 2006
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WAIT FOR PART 2, YOU WILL ALL BE VERY EMBARRASSED ABOUT WHERE THIS IS GOING!
September 21st, 2006
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What the Bleep was a joke of a movie. It took some facts about Quantum Physics and sh!ite all over them with philosophical babble. It turned it into a new age hippie freak fest. I recommend not watching it.
September 21st, 2006
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Sweeeeet.
September 21st, 2006
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probably has something to do with the fact that electrons are pretty much the only particles that go the speed of light. i hypothesize that they pretty much are everywhere because they move so fast
September 21st, 2006
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Whoa!!
September 21st, 2006
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Fun facts on YTMND: slideshows are f*cking retarded.
September 21st, 2006
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very cool, but how exactly do i do the laser pointer thing? 5 for making physics cool
September 21st, 2006
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September 21st, 2006
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I wanted to be a quantam physics major but I'm to poor. Figuring this stuff out is going to make the world a totally different place. To bad Ill be f*cking dead before that happens.
September 21st, 2006
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5 for no NEDM
September 21st, 2006
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I love the double slit experiment but you jump headlong into the conclusion (wave pattern means they're passing through both slits). That's super confusing to someone who hasn't learned this before.
September 21st, 2006
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Amazing. This makes me feel bad I have a 4.15 YTMND when I did like 1/100 as much work as you must have done.
September 21st, 2006
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Oooh, oooh, introduce electron obitals next! Nice job moving this subject into layman's terms. :p
September 21st, 2006
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http://www.cavendishscience.org/phys/tyoung/tyoung.htm If ya wanna do the laser experiment
September 21st, 2006
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LOL because you used a picture of the 'solar system model' atom in a ytmnd about the science that made them revise that model.
September 21st, 2006
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hello physics teacher
September 21st, 2006
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I learned this in physics. Diffraction is the term, I believe? Either way it's cool.
September 21st, 2006
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Wave of probability ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
September 21st, 2006
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That is so f*cking cool..
September 21st, 2006
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http://quantumiscool1.ytmnd.com/ Awesome sauce.
September 21st, 2006
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Everyone was expecting NEDM on the fourth picture.
September 21st, 2006
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I like highschool experiments
September 21st, 2006
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Did you take into account the electrons' DeBroglie Wavelengths?
September 21st, 2006
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5'd for Physics! I remember doing the flashlight/laser double slit tests in AP Physics. Yes, it is as cool as it sounds.
September 21st, 2006
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Here's the thing: where the eff did you get that music? It is so hot.
September 21st, 2006
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How can this be? The answer is that god exists and we're all going to hell, of course!
September 21st, 2006
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5 FTW!
September 21st, 2006
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physicstmnd
September 21st, 2006
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yea, science!
September 21st, 2006
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as a physicist, I approve of this ytmnd
September 21st, 2006
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5'd for science.
September 21st, 2006
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i lurnd
September 21st, 2006
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Tenth Degree Mindf*ck.
September 21st, 2006
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I'm doing this in school right now.
September 21st, 2006
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that's some good physics you got there, son.
September 21st, 2006
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Sumguy21 approves of this message.
September 21st, 2006
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Very cool, I learned this in physics last year ;) I hope you dumbsh*t downvoters contract aids and your penis falls off.
September 21st, 2006
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You sir, rock very hard indeed.
September 21st, 2006
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Fav'd
September 21st, 2006
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Incase anyone hasn't already said it, this was the same idea in 'Timeline'.
September 21st, 2006
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YOU WIN for getting something actually worth watching on the front page
September 21st, 2006
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Modern physics was my favorite course in college. This stuff was cool then, and it is cool now.
September 21st, 2006
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They're everywhere at the same time!? *brains melts*
September 21st, 2006
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Yawn.
September 21st, 2006
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Nice
September 21st, 2006
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September 21st, 2006
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I remember seeing an educational video on this. Simply amazing. The more we learn, the less we know.
September 21st, 2006
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Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
September 21st, 2006
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you seemed kind of smart until you continued talking...
September 21st, 2006
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they're movin' around like a red headed hdd kid on crack. Well, that helped me understand it anyway.
September 21st, 2006
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I MADE AN ION CANNON WITH JUST A FLASH LIGHT AND 2 SLITS IN ALUMINUM FOIL!! THNX YTMND!!!!11
September 21st, 2006
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Blew my mind
September 21st, 2006
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PEWPEW LAZERGUNZ
September 21st, 2006
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AH JESUS H HELP ME ITS THEORETICAL PHYSICS! i think...
September 21st, 2006
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I gotta go lie down for a little while, this stuff is deep.
September 21st, 2006
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Cooo
September 21st, 2006
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edu-tainment
September 21st, 2006
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Yeah, I read that electrons could be in two places at once somewhere.
September 21st, 2006
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You're damn right it's cool. :D
September 21st, 2006
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Amazed
September 21st, 2006
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/headasplode
September 21st, 2006
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5 LOL
September 21st, 2006
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I
September 21st, 2006
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Its cool seeing a fellow Aggie get the most voted on for today. Gig 'em.
September 21st, 2006
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About the music...haha, I felt immediately that this was Swedish techno...and it was.
September 21st, 2006
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It's sad you don't realize how unbelievabley funny it would have been if you had NEDM in this... also I come to YTMND to laugh not learn, I spend most of my day learning at school, and it's boring and gay.
September 21st, 2006
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Concept = 5, Music = fav'd. I love the Science Fad.
September 21st, 2006
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SICK
September 21st, 2006
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woo ytmnd class
September 21st, 2006
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I thought the slits had to be on the order of the wavelength of the particles being used. Wouldn't you need slits around 600nm wide if you're using a regular laser pointer? Also, do one on the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox next.
September 21st, 2006
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to everyone that has attempted to comment on this talking like they know what the f*ck they are speaking about, you f*cking fail hard. Go to school, kids. Texaggie79 is shooting straight.
September 21st, 2006
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I love this. Makes learning fun when it's in YTMND form. That's it, all teachers should be YTMND members.
September 21st, 2006
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Also you f*cking morons, after chasing a few of your comments its completely apparent wikipedia is your best friend. Fail. All of you.
September 21st, 2006
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But texaggie, it's unprofessional to mis-spell electrons as eletrons on a scientific ytmnd. Maybe wanna fix that ;)
September 21st, 2006
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You are blowing my f*cking mind. I think I sort of kind of understand this. I'll 5 it, if for no other reason than to mask my ignorance.
September 21st, 2006
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Doesn't Heizenberg's Uncertainty Principle explain why electrons can't be placed in definate spot or at a definite velocity as to stop them and try to measure them would only change their direction and speed (Which would account to why the electron could be anywhere)
September 21st, 2006
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holy sh*t
September 21st, 2006
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that's some smooth media
September 21st, 2006
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aye sh*t dude, i got a phisics lab on this tomarrow now i wont seem like a dumbass for once :]
September 21st, 2006
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Nice! blew my mind there. this difentally shows that quantum physics are all chaos.
September 21st, 2006
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I tried it with a laser on a tripod, and whats wierd is, I was shooting it through a single VERTICAL slot and the target had at least 50 HORIZONTAL lines... How the hell does a VERTICAL beam of light cast a HORIZONTAL pattern on a wall????? Anyways, great stuff, you recieve 5/5 stars.
September 21st, 2006
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"the only slit i'm worried about is in your mom." lol dammit....well anyways i liked it
September 21st, 2006
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lolol wave-particle duality
September 21st, 2006
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Timeline anyone?
September 21st, 2006
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yeah that was cool...when i took physics in high school! derrrr. the only very interesting part is about the single electrons being fired and occupying every possible space they could be at the same time. looking forward to part 2.
September 21st, 2006
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I don't come to ytmnd to watch movies.
September 21st, 2006
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aggies ftw, gig 'em!
September 21st, 2006
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Fav'd For Quantum Fun
September 21st, 2006
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5 for quantum fisiks.
September 21st, 2006
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also, i will 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 this, until i actually do pick one and vote.
September 21st, 2006
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this stuff is actually really cool, but your site's presentation is really dull. music is good though
September 21st, 2006
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ow, my head
September 22nd, 2006
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Damn sexy. Physicists do it to within a tolerance of one micron.
September 22nd, 2006
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Incidentally, I recommend Fluke - U Six for part 2 =P
September 22nd, 2006
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Wow I didn't know that
September 22nd, 2006
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Yes I knew this. Talk about the infinitesimely small chance that you can shove your arm through a wall without removing anything. Or how about the fact that Chuck Norris can tell you the exact position and momentum of a particle in space?
September 22nd, 2006
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+5 for me learnding
September 22nd, 2006
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Quantum Physics is fun! But I hate that sh*t, it's annoying. Damn quantum numbers and my materials class!
September 22nd, 2006
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I'll 4 it though for educatory reasons.
September 22nd, 2006
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Awesome stuff dude.
September 22nd, 2006
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interesting
September 22nd, 2006
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it's a fun thing! but 4 for the really sh*tty music
September 22nd, 2006
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its a nice site _>
September 22nd, 2006
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Wow, this rocks my socks>.
September 22nd, 2006
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electrons are not just marbles, they have electrical current. all electrons have a negative charge meaning they will repel from each other
September 22nd, 2006
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5'd for my fav hobby, quantum physics
September 22nd, 2006
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I hate learning.
September 22nd, 2006
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It's called quantum MECHANICS dumb ass
September 22nd, 2006
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OMG, NO NEDM!!!. WAS EXPECTING ON THE 4th PICTURE!!!!!!!!-1
September 22nd, 2006
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Doesn't work very well w/ a flashlight... best bet is a lazer.
September 22nd, 2006
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Yep particle wave duality is cool. I like this YTMND cause it popularizes science.
September 22nd, 2006
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i guess i just plain liked it
September 22nd, 2006
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Duh! :-)
September 22nd, 2006
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im sorry quantum physics doesnt rule, i was glad to be done with that class.
September 22nd, 2006
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Beautiful. Hope you do one on Bell's theorem!
September 22nd, 2006
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I sorta understand it. But if what you said is true about electrons being in every place they CAN be... That means they're omnipresent :o. Or did I misinterpret that...
September 22nd, 2006
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great explanations of how it works.
September 22nd, 2006
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You're the Scientist Now Dog!
September 22nd, 2006
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Dude. I'm guessing, and hoping, that in part two you talk about what happens when they add an electron detector. HILARITY ENSUES!! am i rite?
September 22nd, 2006
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Boring YTMND, sorry, I want funy or actual cool, not a science lesson.
September 22nd, 2006
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wtf.. hax BADASS music, too.
September 22nd, 2006
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I remember trying this when I read about it back in school. It didn't work for me :( I just got two slits on the wall
September 22nd, 2006
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MOM I DONT WANT TO GOTO SCHOOL TODAY! YTMND IS JUST AS EDUCATIONAL~~
September 22nd, 2006
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upvoted for science
September 22nd, 2006
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That was so cool and I understood it. Shame I have to 1 this for using a preloader when there's no sync.
September 22nd, 2006
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That blew my mind O_o
September 22nd, 2006
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One more time...
September 22nd, 2006
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:O :O :O I just learnt some quantum physics omg lol. 5'd.
September 22nd, 2006
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...I knew that! >_>
September 22nd, 2006
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+5 for science.
September 22nd, 2006
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The first step toward building a Quantum Computer. 5'ed.
September 22nd, 2006
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7hmi0jQK_4 You should put this link in the description Texaggie.
September 22nd, 2006
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my physics teacher told me about the double slit experiment with waves, and that it showed that matter travels in a wave, but she never said anything about the quantum physics aspect of it.
September 22nd, 2006
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This is far from cool.
September 22nd, 2006
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^ You are far from smart.
September 22nd, 2006
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if each electron occupies all of its theoretical locations at once, why doesn't a single electron make the entire wave pattern?
September 22nd, 2006
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SCIENCE RULES. Quantum physics is my favorite. You win.
September 22nd, 2006
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F*cking amazing work. Good job sir. I will tune in next time. You win the internet with your simple explanations for the masses!
September 22nd, 2006
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Because when it's detected, it can only have one outcome. As we shall soon see in the next episode :P
September 22nd, 2006
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Watch "What the bleep do we know", great quantum physic movie, the part on the water exparaments is trippy
September 22nd, 2006
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I was about to 1 this...but It got more interesting
September 22nd, 2006
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wow.
September 22nd, 2006
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*is going to try that*
September 22nd, 2006
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Those water experiments in What the Bleep, where they say it reacted to emotions, I believe to be quite BS. Not enough redundant evidence. It hasn't been repeated.
September 22nd, 2006
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I'm startin to like this "being smart is interesting" fad.
September 22nd, 2006
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Physics Pwns. Especially Quantum Physics.
September 22nd, 2006
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Quick MacGyver! I need to make some kids on the internet think I'm smart! What do I have to work with? A flash light, some card, a pen knife, an intenret and photoshop! 14 seconds later... OH SH*T SON YOUR YTMND IS COOL!!!!!
September 22nd, 2006
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PARALELL DIMENSIONS!
September 22nd, 2006
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mind-boggling.
September 22nd, 2006
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5 for Physics
September 22nd, 2006
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Can the first graders please stop telling us what they found on Wikipedia today?
September 22nd, 2006
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5'd for an inteligent YTMND. Already knew everything in it, but still :)
September 22nd, 2006
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This is something that either quatem Physic Nerds like you, Or people with WAY to much time on their hands would like. Still.. Nice begining even though it got to boring for me to stand 1 minute into it so you get a 2..
September 22nd, 2006
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You deserve a star for passing high school physics!
September 22nd, 2006
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physics ftw
September 22nd, 2006
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"how can this be? electrons are just matter." you're an idiot
September 22nd, 2006
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Funky. "Yes, they can do that" was funny. :D (I want this turned into a Pong spoof.)
September 22nd, 2006
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WOOT. I UNDERSTAND FOR THE MOST PART
September 22nd, 2006
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SCI-TMND :o !!
September 22nd, 2006
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should have mentioned Heisenberg. Uncertainty is the explanation for this phenomenon. and don't do string theory, string theory is crap that is very quickly being abandoned by anyone wishing to continue to have a career as a reputable physicist.
September 22nd, 2006
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Very cool!
September 22nd, 2006
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...
September 22nd, 2006
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Normally I 1 anything educational, but this is well-put-together.
September 22nd, 2006
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mindf*ck
September 22nd, 2006
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5'd for actually managing to teach me something on a Friday.
September 22nd, 2006
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Five for effort, and for making something... interesting.
September 22nd, 2006
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SH*TTLES!!! 5'D!!!
September 22nd, 2006
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I love the insecure types that respond with condescending remarks on how this is elementary physics, so that everyone will recognize how cool they actually are. It makes me giggle.
September 22nd, 2006
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let's see a site on antimatter
September 22nd, 2006
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We did the flashlight experiment in my high school freshman physics class, but the electron part blew my mind. Keep it up. And yeah, I was expecting NEDM too.
September 22nd, 2006
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AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
September 22nd, 2006
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I look forward to part 2, because quantum theory is pretty sweet.
September 23rd, 2006
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I really like the part about the Glock. 1'd
September 23rd, 2006
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minimized it and listend to music 5'd
September 23rd, 2006
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Pt.2 now! :D
September 23rd, 2006
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sweetness...
September 23rd, 2006
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Kick ass, made me want to become a physicist.
September 23rd, 2006
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This is extremely awesome. However, you MISSPELLED LASER! L*A*S*E*R = Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation = not LAZER
September 23rd, 2006
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I notice it's correctly spelled on the sequel, so it's laziness not ignorance I guess. By the way, too bad "quantumiscool2" is taken, maybe "quantaarecool" would have been better than misspelling quantum. You'd be just like the movie Aliens!
September 23rd, 2006
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hooray for science!
September 23rd, 2006
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Ya i know how to spell laser. I was just trying to be a lil l33t, I forgot how critical peeps would get though. So I stopped :P
September 23rd, 2006
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IMMA CHARGIN´ MAH LAZER
September 23rd, 2006
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Gedankenexperiment
September 23rd, 2006
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hehe, very nice explanation. i'm actually taking quantum physics right now :P
September 24th, 2006
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you forgot poland
September 24th, 2006
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i remember seeing a 3d animated physics video of this...the next part of the tests have a camera set up to watch the electrons and they go back to do something different.
September 24th, 2006
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Finally bringing something worthwhile to this site. Ye encyclopedia dramatica is right; Ytmnd is where brain cell go to die and the top rated material: old internet memes, stupid fads, lame lame lame. Now all the your mom downvoters are coming out in droves. Upvote this.
September 24th, 2006
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I I could, I'd give this a 5 and pt a 6. Amazing
September 24th, 2006
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Need to read the book "What the bleep do we know!?" Rocken site.
September 24th, 2006
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That's freakin sweet. See, now THAT is how the topic needs to be taught in schools, with the music and all. 5'd
September 24th, 2006
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I think you just blew my mind. I'm a psych major, and I understand Heisenburg's uncertainty principle, but damn...that just proves it to be ultimately and completely true.
September 24th, 2006
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lo, duel nature of electrons.
September 24th, 2006
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laser>flashlight and its just simple high school phyics
September 24th, 2006
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Awsome show, read something like this in a book before, didn't show the 1 electron ray thing tho, looking forward to second part
September 24th, 2006
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Wow. When put this way. Quantum Physics is freaking simple!
September 24th, 2006
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whoa, that stuff always blows my mind
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