“Bohemian Gravity.”

Come, I will conceal nothing from you: I know precisely enough about physics to keep my mouth shut.  But this examination of quantum physics (of which I know… precisely enough to keep my mouth shut*) was still extremely well done as an a cappella cover of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody.

I assume that there are no major howlers, given that many, many physicists are being sent links to this video at this very moment.  Because that’s how the Internet rolls.

Moe Lane (crosspost)

*Oh, don’t get me wrong: I know more about either than, say, the average elected official. But I also have no illusions about my ability to do math.  Math is hard.

4 thoughts on ““Bohemian Gravity.””

  1. Another Law promulgated by Einstein: “Anyone who cannot explain a concept to a 6-year old, does not understand it.”
    With that in mind, it’s clear that no one of this planet understands quantum mechanics, much less the more estoric offshoots of the same.
    As far as I can tell, most references to estoric physics are virtually indistinguishable from referencing “the ineffable will of God made manifest”, except with fancier jargon (and more than a touch of ego).

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