Monday, September 14, 2009

delta x times delta p is greater than or equal to h bar over two...

I just spent fifteen minutes trying to figure out how to come up with a pretty way of applying the uncertainty principle to my current mood and couldn't come up with anything that would make sense to anyone else (even anyone who knows what the uncertainty principle is), so let me just say this:

"Life is hard, and then you die."

Thanks to Mr. Wakefield for those words of wisdom.

4 comments:

Jody Lynn said...

cute new header. i am still in the process of changing mine, but i never like the new ones i come up with!

Alena said...

hahaha

Josh said...

It's easy Katie. ;)

It works like this:
A pair of electrons. They zip and zing around their little world. Moving so fast no one else knows what's going on. They bounce off each other and love it all the time. They twirl around each other. They spin around each other. It almost seems that they're dancing. They're knit together. You split one from the other and it wishes that the he was back.

The uncertainty of it all is that no one else can possibly know where they're going or how the connection is between them except the two electrons. Truthfully the two don't even really know it themselves. You shoot photons at the two to try and figure it out and all the world sees is a memory, an image of what once was.

I know what you're going through Honey. I miss you...

Josh said...

PS. Shouldn't it be sigma x times sigma p is greater than or equal to h bar over two? ;)