Pensitivity101 went all geeky on us, and asked some deep, technological questions, to which I have shallow, silly answers, that may have some vague relation to truth and reality.
What came before the big bang?
A teen-aged, trans-dimensional entity, clumping around the meta-verse in its size 13 sneakers.
What did Galileo drop off the tower of Pisa?
The large pizza that the Uber-Eats delivery guy had to schlep all the way to the top. While a shame, he didn’t feel that it was that much of a loss, because it had Genoa salami, instead of hot Pisan sausage.
Is a Cartesian bear similar to a polar bear?
It depends on how you observe it. From the shaded side, it does indeed look much like a Polar bear. From the sunward side, it more resembles a casserole of lasagna.
What did Newton say when the apple landed on his head?
#$%@&*%#!!! Oh – after that??! That does it! No more Mister Nice Guy! I’m going to invent calculus to see if I can bend gravity, so that the next one misses me.
Why did Columbus think the world was round?
Because he kept getting calls from India and Pakistan, offering to have the ducts on the Pinta, the Nina, and the Santa Maria cleaned.
What was Heisenberg uncertain about?
The whole LGBTQ2+ thing, and why so many good Christians, instead of worrying about their own sexuality, are so concerned about other people’s. Eskimos rub noses to express love. Too many Christians love to stick their nose in where it doesn’t belong.
What was the name of Schrödinger’s cat?
Iffy, until it died…. or did it?? 🙄
When a photo finish decides the winner of a race, did they change the outcome by measuring it?
Not really! It enlarged the noses of both front-running horses by the same amount.
What is the God particle used for?
A source of irony when Christian Apologists try to use it to define their pet deity into existence.
Is the theory of everything all you need to know?
In theory – YES. But there will always be another irritating, smart-ass know-it-all, ready to bend your ear about some fool topic. 🙄