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VS #1: Lightsaber vs. Adamantium

Lightsaber vs. Adamantium  

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  1. 1. Can a Lightsaber cut through adamantium?

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Everything on an atomic scale, is not the same as stuff on a macroscopic scale, that's why Schrodinger made Schrodinger's cat, to dissuade idiots like you from being idiotic.

 

Schrodinger didn't make Schrodinger's cat. Schrodinger's cat's mama made Schrodinger's cat. :P

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I think if he saw that, he'd say he meant the experiment, you idiot.

 

On a serious note, I don't really think the purpose of that experiment was for the benefit of idiots, but to each his own.

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Whoa whoa whoa. I don't see how that pertains to any of this.

Schrodinger's cat is a thought experiment illustrating how stuff that happens on a microscopic scale doesn't pertain to a macroscopic scale. That's how it pertains.

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And technically, they're theories.

Technically, Gravity is a theory.

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Technically, Gravity is a theory.

technically it's backed up with proof

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technically it's backed up with proof

Yeah, no shit, that's kind of my point.

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Technically, Gravity is a theory.

Aye, that it is.

 

Schrodinger's cat is a thought experiment illustrating how stuff that happens on a microscopic scale doesn't pertain to a macroscopic scale. That's how it pertains.

That was my initial suspicion, but being unsure is my Achilles heel.

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And technically, they're theories.

 

Technically, I don't think you are aware of which theories I considered hypotheses. :P

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Schrodinger's cat is a thought experiment illustrating how stuff that happens on a microscopic scale doesn't pertain to a macroscopic scale. That's how it pertains.

Shroedinger's cat: Shroedinger put up the idea of a cat in a box. Next to the cat would be a vial of poison that would break open and kill the cat. Stating that while the box was unopened you could not know whether the poison had opened or not thus not knowing what has happened to the cat. So theoretically the cat could be thought of both alive and dead.

 

Yep. Don't see the connection.

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Shroedinger's cat: Shroedinger put up the idea of a cat in a box. Next to the cat would be a vial of poison that would break open and kill the cat. Stating that while the box was unopened you could not know whether the poison had opened or not thus not knowing what has happened to the cat. So theoretically the cat could be thought of both alive and dead.

 

Yep. Don't see the connection.

Schrodinger's cat said that if you put a vial of radioactive material that triggered poison in a box, the cat would be alive and dead at the same time because one can't know when or if the radioactive material breaks down, and one can't observe the cat dying. Obviously, the cat can't be alive or dead at the same time, which illustrates that you can't apply quantum phenomena, such as Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, on a macroscopic scale. You don't see the connection because you don't see the argument behind the thought experiment.

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