The difference between Schrodinger's Cat and Shakespeare

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The difference between Schrodinger's Cat and Shakespeare

Post by YeerkSalad » Fri Nov 07, 2014 7:48 pm

The joke is in the brackets. This will appeal to the nerd in us all.

[One may ask what the difference is between Schrodinger's Cat and Shakespeare. You may say that, well, Schrodinger's cat is a hypothetical entity only existing in the famous thought experiment of the same name, but that isn't funny OR cringeworthy, so I chose this. On with the joke.
Shakespeare once wrote, "To be, or not to be? That is the question."
Schrodinger's Cat, however, states, "To be and not to be, no questions asked."]

Of course, when you open the box, the cat's either alive or dead, (I'm betting on the latter) and cats can't talk, so my joke kind of fails.
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Re: The difference between Schrodinger's Cat and Shakespeare

Post by Tobias_Marco » Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:24 am

<I openes the topic, the joke was as dead as the cast of Hamlet.>
<Rule 1: Timing is everything.
This doesn't effect this joke.
Rule 2: Never explain the joke.
Rule 3: "In jokes everybody talks"- Marlin the clownfish, Finding Nemo.>
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