Musings of a retired teacher
hey dan - this was funny and what's disturbing to this non-scientist is i got all of the jokes! my fave? the schrodinger's cat joke at the very end! have a great day and thanks for spreading mirth! steven
Sublime silliness. Love it.
Hi, Steven,Yes, I got 'em all, too. Does that mean I'm a geek? No, probably just means that my dad was an MIT-educated engineer/scientist. I've always loved science, especially astronomy and physics. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Hi Pollinatrix,Glad you enjoyed it, too. I like jokes beyond the usual scatological/sexual/political jokes that seem to fill up most stand-up routines.
Hisenbergs uncertainty electron walks into a bar and the bartender says 'we don't serve electrons' and the electron says 'are you certain? how exactly are you viewing this decision? and besides I'm not the sort of particle to be just waved away'
Hi Alden, that's funny! So you like this sort of humor (humour to you), too!
Hey, thanks, everyone! Especially Dan for posting this. Glad you all enjoyed the jokes!You might like the science videos I've been making for Time Magazine's website:http://www.time.com/time/video/search/0,32112,,00.html?cmd=tags&p=0&q=brian+malow&x=0&y=0Thanks!Brianwww.youtube.com/sciencecomedian@sciencecomedian on Twitter
Hi, Brian,You're most welcome! Thanks for stopping by Mindful Heart. I visited the Time site and looked at some of the videos you've posted there. I enjoyed them. Not sure that space travel makes much sense, though. Seems it is impossible to do without seriously trashing our planet, our only home.
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