THEORETICAL PHYSICISTS VS COMEDIANS

12/21/2020

Over the last 12 decades, in the pursuit of finding beauty in the world of physics, insane theories are coming out of these mathematicians/physicists that rival America’s top comedians of the last 90 years. With the introduction of Albert Einstein and Neil Bohr in the early 1900’s, the foundation was laid for modern theoretical physics, and all was good. This was similar to Bob Hope and Bing Crosby laying down the fundamentals of televised comical skits that have lifted the bar of humor every decade. Johnathan Winter and Robin Williams have tossed in new techniques to inject insanity into the heap, while the physicists started throwing in creatures from the particle zoo, hundreds of them. Next, Richard Pryor and George Carlin began race humor and religious ridiculousness at the same time the string theorists were putting tiny vibrating strings in, to try and unite a single unifying theory. Then, the relationship comedians, the likes of Sam Kinison, Bill Burr and Jerry Seinfeld arose just as the egg head atom smashers were finding the “God Particle” and calculating 10 to the 500th dimensions that explained dark energy and nearly infinite multi-verses that covers everything. Really? With 52 cards in a deck, you WILL get dealt identical hands over time. Plain and simple. However, with 86 billion neurons in the average human brain, comedy and theoretical physics can conjure up quite a few jokes in their repertoire before the material repeats. Theoretical Physicists, leave the jokes to the comedians and take note of Occam’s Razor. In theories with multiple explanations presented, the simplest is usually the correct theory. As for the expanding and accelerating universe, to hell with dark matter and dark energy; space is like a human, it just gets fatter as they get older. As for trying to unify the super small world with the super big world, it’s just like comparing the sexes. Men are from Mars and women are from Venus. Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha. 

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