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Schrödinger’s Cat

by on Nov.10, 2011, under Theories and Science

The principle of Schrödinger’s cat is actually a decent source of philosophy rather than the implications within Quantum Physics of which it is known. I personally am not clever enough to explain it thoroughly so here’s a rough synopsis:

Schrödinger’s Cat: A cat, along with a flask containing a poison and a radioactive source, is placed in a sealed box shielded against environmentally induced quantum decoherence. If an internal Geiger counter detects radiation, the flask is shattered, releasing the poison that kills the cat. The Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics implies that after a while, the cat is simultaneously alive and dead. Yet, when we look in the box, we see the cat either alive or dead, not both alive and dead

Which brings me to my point of this analogy, accusing someone of something when you don’t have any of the facts is bollocks, and is based on an assumption, of which is flawed from the start. Before creating an opinion of what discerning factors have taken place is it too much to ask to contemplate that perhaps unmitigating circumstances have occurred? Like Schrödinger’s cat, there is an infinite number of possiblities as to why a situation has arisen, which viewed without any perspective is not the best. But based on probability one can make a negative assumption, when quite the opposite has occurred. Thus the notion of a paradoxical manifestation can exist but is coloured by the temperament of the person making the assumption. Positive assumption would believe in the best in people and give them the benefit of the doubt. Negative assumptions make you sound like a melodramatic c*nt who are desperate for attention and require unproven and frankly audacious hypotheses to justify their abysmal attitude with little or no evidence to support their puerile outbursts. This is more akin to people who feign strife in order to gratuitously obtain unmerited sympathy rather than handle situations like someone befitting their respective age bracket.

Either way the notion of Schrödinger’s cat I’d like to perceive would be to find out the facts before you make accusations of which you cannot support, because you have no idea what has been happening behind the scenes so perhaps circumstances can occur, which you may not know about, but that is no reason to be terse with someone, because you have no idea what they have been through recently.

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