Sunday, September 7, 2014

Stephen Hawking and Quantum Mechanics as applied to train travel

About to take my journey here on a new Millennium train. Heading in the Up direction.

Hawking says: "For example, if all we know is that a train traveled from point A to point B, then it is not true that the train took a definite path and we just don't know what it is. Rather, that train simultaneously took every possible path connecting the two points."


  1. In a strange way Hawking makes sense!

  2. Hmmm. Maybe Hawking isn't as smart as everyone thinks he is.


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