If you read lot of horoscopes, religious or metaphysical stuff you might come across this common reasoning:
“Humans only use 10% of their brain capacity.”
That’s right Phtephen!
While this has been believed to be a myth, recent studies indicate that it may become a self-fulfilling prophecy for anyone saying it.
Test subjects who have been asked to say these exact words have shown that during speaking they really only use 10% of their brains at that moment.
Correct, Phtephen. Only 10%.
Every time those exact words elbow their way past the frontal lobes, and stagger like a bunch of drunkards over the tongue and past drool soaked lips, to finally tumble out of the speakers mouth in an embarrassing slur: The person saying it is both right and wrong at the same time. If Schrödinger’s cat has uttered some final words, and we can’t know if it did, then this was probably the last thing it said before the box was opened.
That’s right, Phtephen! Those we believe were the last words of Schrödinger’s cat.
In conclusion this proves that there can be wisdom in stupidity. So next time a religious nutter comes knocking at your door to ask if you “have a moment to talk about our lord and savior” and confronts you with the fact that the human mind is too small to grasp the complexity of gods creations, keep in mind that at this time they’re both right and wrong at the same time. So do invite them in, ask lot of questions about physics and #PeaceOut.