Original post date: 16 August 2014
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And in the category #WeDontNeedNoEducation –
Schrödinger’s Law states that for any equation, if not every single parameter is known you have to assume that all of the possible outcomes of the equation are all true at the same time. He demonstrated that by putting a cat in a box, which contained a vial of poison on a time-release lock. With the box closed, there was no way of knowing wether the poison had been released yet or not. Hence, since it was unknown wether the cat was alive or dead, the assumption had to be made that the cat was both alive and dead…at the same time.