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Contradictionary - Quantum Mechanics

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Through a certain way of looking at certain quantum mechanic theories with a certain tenuousness of understanding, it almost seems to suggest that solid objects could pass through each other - but that such a thing is unimaginably improbable.

I am no quantum theorist, so this may be a gross mangling of the theory.

But, after all, what is safe from the gross mangling Contradictionary administers? ;)

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Sir Isaac Newton discovers Quantum Mechanics

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But...but...

NO!!!!

And who would want to eat that apple after that?

We should take our comfort from God's word, not from the circumstances of our lives.

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I laughed so hard when I saw

I laughed so hard when I saw this one! XD I don't think I actually get the joke but just the idea is so funny, and the look on his face XD I so want to know where this one came from!

I'd rather waltz than just walk through the forest- Owl City

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Muahahaha...

Our minds! :D

*lol* Fopsworth is mostly to blame.

“Timby, I know you’re awake! Don’t lie!” –Nixy (Contradictionary - Party)

=D

The nut (or apple, in this case) doesn't fall too far from the tree, eh? I can picture Oz thinking along the same lines... XD

Praise the Lord! Hallelu!

I don't care what the devil's gonna do!

The Word and faith is my sword and shield

And Jesus is Lord of the way I feel!

Oh yeah!

Years ago, when I was trying to teach Oz to play Monopoly, I told him that the play advanced in a counterclockwise direction around the board. He asked, "Looking up or looking down?"

We should take our comfort from God's word, not from the circumstances of our lives.

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