Thursday, January 31, 2008

Funny. Very Funny.

Mark Crislip over on the Science-Based Medicine blog is calling for alternative aviation since medicine has had such luck supporting alternative medicine. I highly recommend it.

Here is one of my favorite passages:

Quantum mechanics demonstrates that an electron takes many simultaneous paths to go from point a to point b. Only when the wave function is collapsed does the electron reach its destination. We have a prototype quantum airplane what will be able to simultaneously transport a passenger to all their destinations and with a simple collapse of the wave function the passenger will be at their destination of choice. With quantum aviation one can take the path less traveled and make a difference. In the quantum realm, our mind makes both our reality and our travel destination.

Aviation based on principals of homeopathy is especially promising. Airplanes, once they have flown their route, remember the route due to the principals of quantum complementarity. Then by making the planes smaller and slower by repeated factors of 10, planes can carry more passengers, go faster and farther with each aeronautic dilution.

Enjoy! (By the way, this is post #100. Woohoo!)


Prazzie said...


Congratulations with post #100.