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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Heady sh*t. I dont understand it, therefore it must be true. 5'd!
May 10th, 2007
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only Bill Nye would be capable of having the brain power to comprehend this theory. Add him in somehow and get a 5
September 1st, 2008
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POOP
February 15th, 2011
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interestin ytmnd but 1ed for making the words pass too fast. im a slow reader.
September 21st, 2006
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Nice :) I'm looking forward to pt. 2!
September 21st, 2006
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amazing. i noticed 2 typos, but that's not that big a deal. Awaiting pt 2!!
September 21st, 2006
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Niiiiice. Theoretical physics rules.
September 21st, 2006
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I was SO expecting NEDM on that fourth picture... Sorta letdown, cool though.
September 21st, 2006
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How does this apply to what we know about Poland?
September 21st, 2006
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kjgyfig
September 21st, 2006
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Interesting, but you spelled "Probability" wrong there. I can't wait to see what kind of practical applications knowledge like this can give...
September 21st, 2006
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nice.. awaiting pt 2
September 21st, 2006
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I am singular yet I am everywhere. Nice. Pretty good.
November 8th, 2009
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I mean, uh, my, muh-my mind is, uh, "Huh?"
September 21st, 2006
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lol, superstring theory next plz
September 21st, 2006
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oh, man...this YTMND is so going to get you laid.
September 21st, 2006
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interesting..but not funny ..which i mainly why i come to this site
September 21st, 2006
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the only slit i'm worried about is in your mom.
September 21st, 2006
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5 for "sounds awesome already, doesn't it?"
September 21st, 2006
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I saw this on Nova like ten years ago, it's parallel univers...ii? And also, slideshow. +1 for info.
September 21st, 2006
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leave it to a freakin Texas A&M Aggie to make the smartest looking ytmnd ever.. hahahaahahhaha gag 'em
September 21st, 2006
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Cool stuff, looking forward to the next part.....
September 21st, 2006
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4 for f*ggy short film
September 21st, 2006
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I've done this experiment before... crazy stuff... I wonder if part 2 is going to be about "spooky action at a distance"... I've seen that done as well and it freaked me out...haha
September 21st, 2006
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pretty sure it was from "what the bleep do we know" =P
September 21st, 2006
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OMGWTFBBQ!
September 21st, 2006
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Through me, you have found the stars you have been seeking.
September 21st, 2006
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-1 for typography.
September 21st, 2006
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Mr Wizard would be proud, junior.
September 21st, 2006
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Your "could electrons be interfering with eachother, no, they are just matter, like marbles" was inane. They are charged particles. Like charges repel.
September 21st, 2006
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I know how its going to end!
September 21st, 2006
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aaaah high school and college physics... miss those days...
September 21st, 2006
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To Timejack, they did reference this in What the bleep do we know, but that movie had alot of bs. Like the indians not seeing columbus' ship thing-total BS.
September 21st, 2006
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"They are charged particles. Like charges repel." When they are shot one at a time, what is there to repel?
May 10th, 2007
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Multiverse theory: read it.
September 21st, 2006
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Even Einstein knows Electrons are BOTH matter AND wave
September 21st, 2006
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Needs more NEDM
September 21st, 2006
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wow electrons are matter and wave energy? welcome to the twentieth century... String theory is the new fad of physics. (Stings vibrating in 11 dimentional hyperspace) Now that's some cool sh*t.
September 21st, 2006
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Or EEKE
September 21st, 2006
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Nice presentation, buy why did you fav your own site?
September 21st, 2006
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kill yourself
September 21st, 2006
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This confusion over particle versus wave properties was eventually resolved with the advent and establishment of quantum mechanics in the first half of the 20th century, which ultimately explained wave-particle duality. It provided a single unified theoretical framework for understanding that all matter can behave in both a wave-like and a particle-like fashion in the appropriate circumstances. Quantum mechanics holds that every particle in nature, be it a photon, electron or atom, is described by a solution to a differential equation, most typically, the Schroedinger equation.
September 21st, 2006
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To see if mah favs worked?
September 21st, 2006
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max plank in the house
September 21st, 2006
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Wow, it's like grade 10 physics all over again, except you suck as a teacher.
September 21st, 2006
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My theory is an abstract version of all theories I've heard, but its pretty standard. Everything occupying the universe exists as a wave in time. This is true because time is a function of the travel of a wave (light) and is relative to the speed of said wave. Taking in account of this slit experiment with electrons (I only heard of the one with light), it further confirms my suspicion that all matter exist as waves interfering with eachother and producing the phenomonae we see as the 4 forces in the universe. Thank you very much, you gave me one more elementary step towards the unified field theory.
September 21st, 2006
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-1 for claiming that lasers are particles. Lasers are photons, which are waves and particles at the same time. I wouldn't call them primarily particles.
September 21st, 2006
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this is so cool!
September 21st, 2006
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Okay, that's actually pretty cool.
September 21st, 2006
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Ok, absolutely a 5 for science.
September 21st, 2006
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You didn't have to represent one of the most amazing and elegant experiments as a slide show.
September 21st, 2006
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change the font
September 21st, 2006
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You probably win the internet! :) Physics FTW
September 21st, 2006
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Das strayt up CRAZY, dawg!
September 21st, 2006
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You win for having 100+ the IQ of me. Also very interesting, I look forward to Pt.2
September 21st, 2006
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>: D Q Physics ftw
September 21st, 2006
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Pt2 will show the rest of the experiment, i'm still confused with the results when they tried to measure it. :(
September 21st, 2006
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lol, physics
September 21st, 2006
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Bill Nye would be proud
September 21st, 2006
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who says learning cant be fun
September 21st, 2006
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NO WAY, GOD DIDNT SAY A DAMN THING ABOUT THAT IN THE BIBLE, SO NO WAY!
September 21st, 2006
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this could be an argument that the universe does not work in chaos but order, like pi
September 21st, 2006
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5 for the awesome, and because i know its true...but the "there can be only one explanation" reeks of the Christianity YTMNDs. Wouldnt have suprised me to see "JESUS! lol" after that.
September 21st, 2006
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Coherent presentation, but lacks understanding of the basic principles behind the phenomenon. Electrons of course interfere with each other; they are negative particles and as such, repel causing the striations. Lasers can be streams of particles, but, typical red lasers are streams of quantitized light (photons or quanta), the basic principle behind quantum mechanics (Photons are ‘packets’ of light).
September 21st, 2006
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You may be confused with cathode ray streams (which are actually electrons). I think this is simply a rehash of a presentation you have viewed online as it shows lack of knowledge of basic physics. I think however that you are educating the uninformed in the wonders of scientific advances is to be applauded.
September 21st, 2006
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Is the cat in the box dead or alive or even in the box?
September 21st, 2006
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double_slit_experiment For more information on the experiment.
September 21st, 2006
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Behold! The f*ggy long film!
September 21st, 2006
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light spreads as it goes from point a and on, possibly why the electrons have no other choice but to travel more than one path simotaneously.... i mean.. Whatsa matta you?
September 21st, 2006
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you should be thankful that there's an outlet for this discussion, starface
September 21st, 2006
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WHO GIVES A SHIТ!?!?! THIS ISN'T FUNNY! THIS ISN'T INTERESTING! IT DOESN'T NEED TO FUСKING EXIST!!! AND THE MUSIC IS OBNOXIOUS AS HELL!!!!!
September 21st, 2006
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Image origin is "googled"?
September 21st, 2006
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What The Bleep Do We Know, yeah... Don't credit that movie in the second one or I won't five that and I'll take this away too, heh heh... Double Slit Experiment = Teh Win. Paid cult with agenda = teh suck.
September 21st, 2006
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I'll have to try this. It sounds neat.
September 21st, 2006
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The downvoters provide the comedy for this site. 5'd for great knowledge.
September 21st, 2006
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Old.
September 21st, 2006
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i love you. also, all matter is actually waves, and mass is an illusion.
September 21st, 2006
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Slideshow ytmnd ftw!
September 21st, 2006
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old *ss experiment DO SCHRODINGERS CAT
September 21st, 2006
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5 because I failed Physics
September 21st, 2006
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haha where was the NEDM on pic 4?
September 21st, 2006
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it's a good day for science!
September 21st, 2006
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I assumed it would invovle vaginas, but it didn't and was still awesome.
September 21st, 2006
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Oh and maybe for consideration in this test... do you truely believe that a 'vacuum' contains no matter? I believe that a vacuum is full of stuff we have yet to discover, and therefore any expiriments we do that require a true 'vacuum' are beyond us at this point.
September 21st, 2006
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neat
September 21st, 2006
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The missile knows where it is at all times. It knows this because it knows where it isn't.
September 21st, 2006
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Learned this crap in 9th grade. Still, 4'd for making me jam.
September 21st, 2006
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September 21st, 2006
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Texas A&M sucks!
September 21st, 2006
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Congrats, all you did was watch "What The Bleep Do We Know" and instead of showing it in an easy to understand animation, you just use googled images. Fail.
September 21st, 2006
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here's the video if you actually wanna learn something http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4237751840526284618&q=what+the+bleep
September 21st, 2006
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very cool
September 21st, 2006
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These 'theories' are the result of flawed mathematics. Of course no object can be in more than one place at one time. Ridiculous.
September 21st, 2006
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Holy, sh*t, I love quantum physics! Have you seen "What the Bleep Do We Know?" I have!
September 21st, 2006
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Why?
September 21st, 2006
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Applause
September 21st, 2006
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thankyou Texaggie79 for this awesome YTMND! :)
September 21st, 2006
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Amazing. Just...amazing. I think there are also some weird particles that aperently travel backward throgh time...if this is trre, you should do one on that, too.
September 21st, 2006
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i can just imagine some yuppie pieces of sh*t making this
September 21st, 2006
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you missed the big point about wave packets. Also.... "googled"...
September 21st, 2006
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Uh, to whoever said that a particle can not behave as a wave simultaneously, it's called the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, and we've known about it since the mid 1920's. It's the reason for the electron cloud model we have today instead of the little orbit drawing that you've been using since third grade. And no, I haven't seen What The Fck Do We Know. 5 for making a YTMND on the best days of quantum physics :D
September 21st, 2006
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head asplode
September 21st, 2006
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i was expecting either nedm, or a secret nazi electrons joke at the end.
September 21st, 2006
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I miss bill neye's old show.
September 21st, 2006
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you blew my mind! 5
September 21st, 2006
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damn cool
September 21st, 2006
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Kind of got bored...
September 21st, 2006
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That music got me pumped about quantum physics.
September 21st, 2006
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^haha
September 21st, 2006
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My guess the moment the question was asked was that the electron is negatively charged, so it was being repelled by the electrons surrounding the very edges of the slits. I guess that's too simple for science.
September 21st, 2006
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Clicked close as soon as I saw "double split." It's called wave-particle duality.
November 11th, 2009
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Think of where you are. Most here are...not knowledgeable of these things, to say the least
September 21st, 2006
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This take me back to high school physics with the most awesome santa look-a-like teacher.
September 21st, 2006
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Great Jarb!!!!
November 11th, 2009
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It's spelled 'Jorb'
September 21st, 2006
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good job :) *downloads the song*
September 21st, 2006
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You can't do a double slit experiment with a flashlight as a light source. Its not monochromatic.
September 21st, 2006
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My girlfriend, who is obsessed with quantum physics, taught me this some time ago. She says it's when science becomes magic. I tend to agree.
September 21st, 2006
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i couldn't care less
September 21st, 2006
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Michael Criton's "Timeline" explained this too to justify parallel universes.
September 21st, 2006
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the aggies suck, hook 'em horns, good ytmnd though, 5'd
September 21st, 2006
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Wow, someone took smoothmedia's advice and it wasn't whetstone...
September 21st, 2006
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good stuff. Starts out at the highschool lvl though. But i can see how most people on here will be blown away by probability theorys... oh ya. Lasers arent "particles"... they are particles and waves. still just light.. YOU KNOW THAT! change for a 5
September 21st, 2006
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After 2 minutes and no NEDM, i triangled and one'd. -2 for long film, -2 for redneck aggie.
September 21st, 2006
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Nice, I like these YTMND's.
September 21st, 2006
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head aslpodes!
September 21st, 2006
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Science!
September 21st, 2006
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WOMG WAVE PARTICLE DUALITY!
September 21st, 2006
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Thank you. I am smarter, now.
September 21st, 2006
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Knew it. We did it on our last year of physics in High School
September 21st, 2006
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when I saw the title I knew that I've seen this allready
September 21st, 2006
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Maybe its reppelling the Electrons that have already hit the film, so it moves when it gets close, or maybe the Charge of the electron leaves a residue charge so other electrons get reppeled form traveling in the same line. Dunno, but interesting, HURRY WITH P2 k thanx
September 21st, 2006
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5'd!!1!
September 21st, 2006
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need more nedm imo
September 21st, 2006
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you succeed, please make another awsome ytmnd! ^_^
September 21st, 2006
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quantam physics makes me wet. hurry and make pt. 2!
September 21st, 2006
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My brain asplode
September 21st, 2006
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Very cool. Nice job on the music sync too.
September 21st, 2006
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Sweet.
September 21st, 2006
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I've always had a hard time making a slit thin enough to get this to work. Can you really do it with tinfoil? Goddamn this song owns.
September 21st, 2006
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Education FTW.
September 21st, 2006
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fake!
September 21st, 2006
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-2 for "fav"ing your own ytmnd... ah forget it, still 5d - nice one.
September 21st, 2006
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We actually did a double slit experiment in my modern physics class, and I swear, my teacher didn't do half as good a job explaining the electrons as you did. This proves that our public schools should all switch to a more ytmnd-oriented format.
September 21st, 2006
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The only thing better than this are all the nuts with their own pet theory.
September 21st, 2006
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5'd because quantum phys IS cool!
September 21st, 2006
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needs more c*cks or nedm
September 21st, 2006
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I've seen this before, and I'm almost positive they only did it with particles of light and concluded that light travels in both waves and matter. Nice job explaining the more fascinating aspets of science though.
September 21st, 2006
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Not bad. I have to say it drags a little on the one-at-a-time electron double-slit part. Make more! Be a teacher! Be like Morpheus!
September 21st, 2006
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I love these slideshow YTMNDs.
September 21st, 2006
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music is raping my precious ear slits
September 21st, 2006
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yay science!
September 21st, 2006
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I'd have to try that
September 21st, 2006
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you can also do this experiment with urine and two prostitutes since piss is both a particle and a waveform.
September 21st, 2006
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YTMEDUCATION.
September 21st, 2006
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People will use to support the notion that God truly can be everywhere at once.
September 21st, 2006
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arrrgh, my brain.
September 21st, 2006
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Yay for SCIENCE!
September 21st, 2006
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i was hoping for happy cat at some point, but i was too busy dancing to notice quantum physics.
September 21st, 2006
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catchy tune
September 21st, 2006
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Seen this before...it's pretty interesting.
September 21st, 2006
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Thirty Stars! 10 for science, 10 for cool music, 10 for possibly being the coolest site out!
September 21st, 2006
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I'm downvoting this becuase you totally copied this presentation, right down to calling electrons, "marbles" from the documentary called "What the Bleep Do We Know?" Use the link to see the 3D presentation that Texaggie copied it from.
September 21st, 2006
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This experiment was glossed over in one of my textbooks and I never really understood it. Thanks for clearing it up.
September 21st, 2006
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crap forgot the link. Here it is http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4237751840526284618&q=what+the+bleep+do+we+know&hl=en
September 21st, 2006
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kool ^_^
September 21st, 2006
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Cite your image sources, kay? Otherwise not a bad effort...
September 21st, 2006
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yes waves are particles, particles are waves, thanks for taking me back to last semester physics....
September 21st, 2006
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I'M LEARNING, MY BRAIN IT HURTS WOOOOO ELECTRON WAVES
September 21st, 2006
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already knew so it got boring fast
September 21st, 2006
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meh..
September 21st, 2006
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these science ytmnds :)
September 21st, 2006
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I am like an electron cause I exist everywhere......probably
September 21st, 2006
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Too many big words, agh. You win
September 21st, 2006
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Nice YTMND. I'm enjoying all these EducateTMND's that are popping up.
September 21st, 2006
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I learned this stuff in high school man. Reshowing it to me was pointless. When did this place become about education?? everyonesucks.ytmnd.com
September 21st, 2006
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GOD DAMN YOU CRAZY MAN
September 21st, 2006
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no
September 21st, 2006
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The Empire Accepts
September 21st, 2006
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coolio
September 21st, 2006
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my brain asplode
September 21st, 2006
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quantum physics is cool until you have to take a course in it and find out it is still just calculus...
September 21st, 2006
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this is f*cking boring and a waste of time to load forever.
September 21st, 2006
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^ Not quite calculus, more complex analyis.
September 21st, 2006
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I liked.
September 21st, 2006
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who needs school anyway...
September 21st, 2006
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Anyone who knows that the Bohr model was proved wrong (you know, the one that they still use...) should know that electrons are not particles like marbles, but rather travel in waves. I liked how you explained how it was discovered, cool stuff indeed. People need to stop referring to the string theory as "new" =/
September 21st, 2006
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Very nice.
September 21st, 2006
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Definately need to mention the electron cloud, since it is the offical description used and that a real atom reflects an azimuth rather than a circle.
September 21st, 2006
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Quantum physics is crazy. And awesome.
September 21st, 2006
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anyone who downvoted this should be kicked in the teeth
September 21st, 2006
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OH SHI-
September 21st, 2006
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hurry up with the Pt 2!!
September 21st, 2006
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That was fun. Laser is spelled with an 's.'
September 21st, 2006
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enjoyable
September 21st, 2006
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5 for sciences + very long ytmnd! could used a Bill Nye or NEDM somewhere though.
September 21st, 2006
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You forgot the part where if they observed each electron it beheaved like regular matter. Which is even more amazing.
September 21st, 2006
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Years old and no longer interesting. Anyone giving this a 5 doesn't know sh*t about quantum physiscs or theory.
September 21st, 2006
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I learned this back in like 6th grade...lol
September 21st, 2006
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I think of marbles shooting at a slit all the time.
September 21st, 2006
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4 for the particle-wave duality of electrons and photons!
September 21st, 2006
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WHOOP!!! Thanks and Gig'em
September 21st, 2006
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If you liked this then you should check out the move "What the !@#$ Do we Know" although I'm still a little skeptical about quite a few things in that movie.
September 21st, 2006
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Wish I had YTMND in high school!!
September 21st, 2006
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I love quantum physics too and I appreciate your effort, but I'm not sure it is presented in a way that would make sense to a noob.
September 21st, 2006
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Nice.
September 21st, 2006
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interesting.
September 21st, 2006
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Old news >_> still awesome.
September 21st, 2006
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It's complicated. Look it up.
September 21st, 2006
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That isn't quantum physics, it is merely an experiment that shows the wave-like nature of light. dipsh*t.
September 21st, 2006
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my head asplodeeeeee boom
September 21st, 2006
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...wow
September 21st, 2006
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needs mroe brain rape
September 21st, 2006
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Omg, awsome.
September 21st, 2006
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AWESOME! ^luv this sh*t
September 21st, 2006
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would you like some pancakes with your rofl?
September 21st, 2006
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5
September 21st, 2006
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I'm a physicist. You made some mistakes. If you shine light on a single slit, you DO see a diffraction pattern, not a vertical line. Also, white light doesn't work (as you vaguely implied) because the component spectrum will diffract different amounts. The electrons do not "interfere with each other"-- you corrected yourself, but that phrase shouldn't even show up in your explanation. Finally, saying that the electrons "go through both slits at once" is a bit misleading. I love spreading physics to the masses (no pun intended), but I don't think YTMND is the medium for it.
May 10th, 2007
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dick go pray to god or something, jesus wants you to suck his c*ck
May 10th, 2007
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ok, after extensive research on wikipedia (the only source of good science and truth) maybe you're right. but jesus still wants you to suck his c*ck. god hates f*gs, so that's why he strung up his kid on a cross. the gay f*ck
September 21st, 2006
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lol, yea i was expecting NEDM too. i grasped the concept and all, but i know there's stuff in quantum physics that are a LOT cooler than that, let's see how pt.2 goes i guess
September 21st, 2006
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Like the music and it's informative. Lacks Bill Nye's voice explaining it though. :P
September 21st, 2006
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It's YTMND not MSPPT
September 21st, 2006
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lol, physics to the masses
September 21st, 2006
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im sorry i just couldn't get through it
September 21st, 2006
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awsome
September 21st, 2006
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You sir won my brain, but most importantly my heart ;)
September 21st, 2006
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Quantum mechanics ftw. Although, I have to admit, I was expecting NEDM for picture 4 as well. Stupid YTMND.
September 21st, 2006
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thank god I have someone as smart as you to poorly explain and make huge assumptions about a realativly basic aspect of physics.
September 21st, 2006
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tell me something i don't know
September 21st, 2006
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electrons are not just like marbles. and who says marbles wouldn't interfere with each other if the experiment was done with marbles to scale? also too long
May 10th, 2007
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how could something like that be too long? It's quantum Physics fool... not comedy. Just stop when ya don't feel like LEARNING anymore
September 21st, 2006
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meh. I happen to like slideshows.
September 21st, 2006
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you lost me 10 seconds into it, nevertheless it was cool to watch
September 21st, 2006
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Thankz for teh compliments, and to the haterz, this is YTMND, not a thesis, so horrrssshhhh up. Expect pt 2 in a couple days. It's coolio EDM would make it l33t.
September 21st, 2006
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5'ed for quantum physics
September 21st, 2006
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well done, can't wait for pt 50
September 21st, 2006
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-1 for self-fav'd
September 21st, 2006
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thats insane!
September 21st, 2006
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EduTMND. Bless the god of probability , luck, and chaos, the good lord Heisenberg. Cover string theory next, I find that more interesting.
September 21st, 2006
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k lol
September 21st, 2006
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Next i want you to create an all encompassing theory that acurately explains gravity at quantum levels and large sizes. its about time someone could do that!
September 21st, 2006
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and dont listen to the ppl who want string theory...that theory has turned out to be such a fraud!
September 21st, 2006
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Well, my head a splode!
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