Quantum Mechanics Hoodies
According to the "Many Worlds" Interpretation of Quantam Mechanics, there are infinite worlds where every possible reality you can think of exists. So if you are a writer every fictional world you have created exists, somewhere.
Tags: nerd, many-worlds-theory, quantum-mechanics, creative, geeky
This vintage logo was inspired by the Nobel prize awarded the Feynman, Schwinger and Tomonaga in 1965 for their work in the field of quantum electrodynamics. This image is great for physicists, physics enthusiasts, or particle science lovers in general.
Tags: physics, feynman, genius, quantum, quantum-theory
Rock casual Friday's premium quality experimental lovers t-shirt is both fun and professional, and the perfect way to show off your humor on casual Friday Voted coolest t-shirt design If you're looking to upgrade your coolness factor then you'll love this premium quality t-shirt. Our office and social media friends said it's the best way to show off your love for Schrodingers Cat.
Tags: wanted-dead-or-alive, dead-or-alive, funny-cats, alive-funny, funny-science-gifts
Schrödinger’s Cat is a thought experiment – where as a result a hypothetical cat is said to be both alive and dead at the same time. Wikipedia explains it much better than I can if you are curious. Reading about Schrödinger’s Cat I realised what a striking image this would make – to draw a cat which is simultaneously alive and not alive. No cats were harmed in the making of this piece, it’s only a thought experiment guys :)
Tags: funny-cats, felines, quantum-mechanics, kittens, animals
A minimalist portrait of Erwin Schrödinger from Hirsute History: a celebration of hair and influence for the scientist, philosopher, or thinker in us all. Check out the full Hirsute History collection: http://hirsute.amorphia-apparel.com
Tags: shrodingers-cat, quantum-theory, quantum-mechanics, scientist, science
This is from a series of drawings called Al Khemet that I made in the autumn of 2015. The whole thing is based on the origins of the word "alchemy". If I have understood it correctly the word can be traced back to the Egyptian Al Khemet. Al supposedly means "of" or "from", and khemet means "the black land". It again comes from the word khem which means "black". The ancient Egyptians supposedly often reffered to their country as Khemet (because of the dark, rich and fertile soil). My "story" is based on the "from black" meaning, as this story is drawn in black ink only. The whole series can be read as a comic on tapastic. Thank you for watching!
Tags: art, comics, squidologi, squidology, science-fiction