Scientific Theories explained by someone who knows nothing about science.


Scientific theories explained by someone who knows nothing about scientific theories.

GAME THEORY:

The theory that given enough time after a board game has been started, someone will inevitably get frustrated and FLIP OUT, chucking the board game across the room.

Phrases such as, “YOU’RE A CHEATING DIRT BAG!” “I QUIT!” and “THATS THE 7th TIME I ROLLED TWELVE.” Will be used.

RELEVANT

WAVE THEORY:

A theory that anyone given the opportunity will wave at someone they know, and upon realizing its a stranger, turn the wave into a hair adjustment.

THERMODYNAMICS:

Thermodynamics has three laws, and they all have to do with energy, namely heat.

  1. Women are always cold
  2. A good way to judge if you’re too hot is if you have swamp ass.
  3. Pit stains are less visible on a white shirt.

Another addendum to #3. If you have to give a presentation with pit stains, people will inevitably stare a them and your sweat drenched upper lip and forehead.

QUANTUM MECHANICS:

Whatever you’re paying your mechanic to fix your car, it’s not enough.

SOLAR NEBULAR THEORY:

Please click on the graph below.

SOLAR NEBULAR THEORY

MOORE’S LAW:

At some point, computers will become so smart that, the movie’s The Terminator and The Matrix will be historical fact.

OCKHAM’S RAZOR:

The principle that on your most important day, be it a job interview or a presentation. You will cut your face shaving and bleed everywhere looking like a moron.

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses to Scientific Theories explained by someone who knows nothing about science.

  1. dolphin18cb says:

    Your explaination of Game Theory is absolutely correct. It is impossible to finish a board game if game play last longer that 45 minuets.

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