Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Physics is the jazz of science

You have to watch your mouth.

Weird things can come out of it.

4 comments:

Roger Parkinson said...

But I think you can't watch your mouth and sing at the same time without violating the uncertainty principle.

Penthe said...

Hmm, my mouth might prove that quantum phenomena occur in the macro world - it certainly acts differently when I'm observing it (in the form of paying attention to what I'm saying).

GMT+10 said...

For Mondrian, jazz was the physics of art...

Penthe said...

Happy to know, dear friends, that I am not the geekiest person on earth, but merely one of a fine, geeky, art-loving, jazz-loving, complicated geeky collective.