• Electrons: *behave like waves*
Scientists: "observe electrons*
Electrons:
well now I am not
doing it
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    • Just started quantum chemistry good meme
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    • Ok maybe this is a stupid question how do they know they act like waves when can't see them do it
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    • Y'all should look up Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser experiment if you want to question everything in existence. It's fascinating.
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    • In all ways besides physical I am a wave *awhooo*
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    • Evidence that supports were living in a simulation
      smithatak 31 jul
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    • I’m honestly entirely okay with letting the nerds learn about this shit and never having to worry about it a day in my life.
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    • So what if we just leave a mico camera recording then look away?
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    • QUESTION: if absolutely zero means no atom movement does that include the electrons. And if so does that mean no chemical reactions are possible at absolute 0
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    • Can’t wait to see all the quantum physics experts in the comments
      tommyowo 31 jul
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    • Being told to do the dishes when you were already gonna do it on your own and then deciding not to do it anymore is quantum mechanics at work
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    • The significance of this “phenomenon” (it’s not at all that) is bigger than life.
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    • Farnsworth: NOT FAIR YOU CHANGED THE OUTCOME BY MEASURING IT!
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    • Classic double slit experiment
      Nik04 31 jul
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    • Fun fact: there's a thing out there called a positron that technically can time travel
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    • Is this a double slit theory reference? Lol
      drake4343 31 jul
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    • They're both. Somehow
      alhu 31 jul
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    • Bose-Einstein Condensate! We can observe them and have done so with the help of a lab on the space station! Look it up it's really cool
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    • Trap
      toystar 31 jul
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    • kneegrou 1 aug
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    • Electrons are powered by Orks. It's the only explanation
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    • If god is all seeing why dont they not act like waves 24/7?
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    • If an electron waves and no one is around to hear it? Did it still shit itself?
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    • So uhm.... how do they know?
      Flavihok 31 jul
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    • Damn heisenberg
      Zaarboat 31 jul
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    • Electrons are cool
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    • If they don't do it when we observe them, doesn't insisting that they still do it go against the very basis of evidence based science?
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    • Don’t you mean photons?
      dickery 31 jul
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    • Ok but how do we know it behaves like waves when we don’t observe them? Check mate stupid cat
      3xcalibur 31 jul
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    • If they act like waves, why would that change if we just fuckin look at em. I don't get it
      connaho 31 jul
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    • Poop fart
      WolfBeats 31 jul
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    • How tf is this featured with two likes?
      yeet_th 31 jul
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    • The word you're looking for is photons. Its photons that do that
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    • This is wrong though, it's photons that do this
      williq 31 jul
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    • content not available more
      Krystal 31 jul
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    • How do electrons know when we're watching them?
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    • I believe that string theory adds significant credibility to the reality presented in the bible. Science asserting that all of existance being here because of vibrations, sounds very similar to an existance that was spoken into being.
      Zilkon 2 aug
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    • Me when im told to do dishes even when i planned to
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    • Neutron radiation being a particle but behaving like a wavelength
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    • You mean photons?
      Ehsper 2 aug
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    • This is the double slit experiment, look it up and learn something you heathens.
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    • i don't understand but damn science u whack
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    • Is this supposed to be about recent BECs(possible confirmed 5th state of matter) research in that one space station?
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    • Quantum Tunneling is a bitch
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    • We Live in a Simulation!We Live in a Simulation!
      Amalek_ 2 aug
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    • I'm not any good at this stuff, nor will I pretend to understand most of it. But apparently electrons are so so small that trying to observer them with a microscope disturbs them, the literal photons of light from the microscope provide enough force to move the electrons, which is fucking crazy...
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    • Double slit theory
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    • Nice
      Odell48 2 aug
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    • Noot noot mother fucker
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    • Why do they do that actually
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    • Wave particle duality. Yw.
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    • Much_Wow 1 aug
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    • Electrons not a particle
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    • Which is the thing you can’t know the velocity and like the original place of it because it changes randomly when you look at it due to the way you look at it
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    • I can't do it when you watch
      matt55 1 aug
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    • Might it be that being able to observe it requires energy to hit or move across it, and that upsets the electrons, preventing the electrons from doing such a thing? Or maybe the hints or math done for the theories are I correct
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    • Lmao, wave particle duality joke
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    • Electrons are a beautiful model for explaining quantum mechanics
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    • Wow is that a motherfucking quantum physics reference??
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    • Is this what The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle is? Or is that something else?
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    • Yoo i read about that experiment and shit was wild ngl. The whole Quantum shit is crazy
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    • Thanks for simplifying it to this extent
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    • I love physics but circuitry and electricity is just straight up magic
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    • It’s like asking why a screenshot of a video isn’t still moving
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    • Look up the double slit experiment.
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    • Duality
      Smyth 1 aug
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    • Not Unlike the Waves is a song about that
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    • I laughed rewl fuckin hard and realized my sense of humor is unrelatable
      nico92 1 aug
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    • Guess it goes to show that everything in this universe, down to the tiniest conceivable forms is constantly changing and transient
      Crayzar 1 aug
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    • Can someone help explain quantum tunneling to me. I’ve tried to understand it and my understanding is that some things are so small that when they hit something they can just go right through it but I dint think that’s quite right
      sandboi 1 aug
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    • Perfect
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    • I only understood this because if the guy that came onto the Joe Rogan podcast and explained the concept in simple terms
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    • Physics meme fuck yea
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    • This was very uncertain of you
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    • The difference between observed science and science lol 😂
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    • Photons* the double slit experiment used photons
      QoalaBear 31 jul
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    • Photons*
      QoalaBear 31 jul
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    • Electrons are always so negative.
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    • Btw the way this is works is that electrons positions are graphed as a probability so they mathematically act like waves until their superposition collapses into a point via observation
      positron 31 jul
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    • Wave-particle duality, the terms wave and particle aren't that good to describe quantum stuff so things like photons travel like a wave but interact like a particle. I think
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    • This a certified Louis de Broglie wave-particle duality moment
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    • Pingu!
      maccccccc 31 jul
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    • Fuck man quantum mind is a trip
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    • quantum science makes earth so damn illegitimate. we're just conscious energy occupying physical vessels to interact with space time. we can interact with other dimensions/planes of existence via out of body experiences. cia.gov boy
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    • I still don’t get how observing something can change the outcome, unless by ‘observe’ or ‘measure’ you really mean touch and mess with
      Valflame 31 jul
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    • Well maybe cuz you just threw a fucking photon in their face, yeesh
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    • Was just watching videos on this last night
      God_chan 31 jul
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    • Photon time
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    • Is that the realest of the OGs? Mothafuckin Pengu in this bitch?
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    • I love seeing smart people talk about smart shit like quantum physics and stuff
      Kurbby 31 jul
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    • Do you think it has something to do with light waves effecting it
      yea_yeah 31 jul
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    • Science and shit
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    • Schrodinger's electrons
      maxdavix 31 jul
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    • Where’s that penguin from?
      noon 31 jul
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    • its not about consciousness and all that pseudoscience btw
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    • Can we just start worshipping the strings already
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    • Good meme
      agent0008 31 jul
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    • Substitute electronics for pinkiepie and scientists for twilight and you have that one episode of mlp with pinkie sence
      theThree 31 jul
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