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Стивен Хокинг сайнсфрик. Ремейк 2013
Stephen Hawking science freak
Stephen William Hawking. He is a very popular person who has a reputation of being a great cosmologist.
He was born in 1942 in Oxford.
Stephen Hawking's credibility is based on opinion of many people.
Some laypeople believe that Stephen Hawking's creative work is the forefront of science.
This is one point of view.
But there is another point of view on Stephen Hawking's creative work.
It is approximately as follows:
Since ancient times, fools are trying to invade our planet, and they've managed to capture Oxford.
And now Stephen Hawking is the leader of fools in this world.
What are these two contrary points of view based on?
Stephen Hawking's followers believe that he is smart, because he was blessed by the Pope himself.
Obama once tried to strangle him. I'm sorry, in fact Obama was handing Mr. Hawking a medal.
Stephen Hawking's opponents believe that he was born in a year of a terrible crop failure and that he is a defective scientist because modern cosmology is based on a gross paralogism and can only dream of becoming a science.
Why do people disagree so much in their estimates?
Simply because scientists and fools have different approaches to counting potatoes.
Let's consider, what is right way to count potatoes?
First of all, you need to pull yourself together and make sure that you are able to focus well enough to see the difference between potatoes and other objects.
Now you need to remember that it is potatoes that you are counting.
Scientists count potatoes in a usual way.
One potato, two potatoes, three potatoes.
If they run out of the potatoes, scientists simply stop counting.
And this kind of logic applies to everything.
It applies to counting potatoes and cabbage. And even when scientists are counting polar bears in the Arctic, they count bears only and never add polar explorers to the count. Nor they do the time spent in the Arctic while counting bears, or even body temperature of polar explorers' wives who didn't go to the Arctic.
That is, scientists count only bears alone.
It is not customary for scientists to get confused.
And if they run out of the potatoes, scientists simply stop counting.
And it makes sense, damn it...
Fools can't stop and go on counting in a following manner:
one potato, two potatoes, three potatoes, four alarm clocks, five corns, six callipers.
And they will count this way for a very long time till they run out of pliers.
Why do they begin counting corn instead of potatoes? Or alarm clocks? Fools really do not understand why. It's a tradition. They were instructed by other fools to count in such a manner. As if everything in nature were interdependent.
The funniest thing though is that they can't count it all through. Hundreds of years ago, fools began counting alarm clocks and they are still counting them. They can't deliver the final result: what in fact do they get in the end?
And Stephen Hawking counts potatoes like the most pedigreed fool.
All Stephen's scientific papers are based on such a way to count.
They all begin lake that: Let's take formulas that we got from a wrong way of counting potatoes.
And in this amusing manner Stephen Hawking and his followers try to count dimensions of space.
It took them the whole century to count them and they are still not quite sure how many dimensions are there in space.
Although scientists have counted everything about a 1000 times, checked it and then rechecked, and got a solid result of three!
By the way, that was not hard. Anyone can check. They are usually counted through a right angle.
And if you do not mind a right angle you yourself can easily count, how many lines can one make through a right angle on flats and in space.
These are the dimensions.
Each time through the right angle.
Space has exactly three dimensions. Let's check them: one, two, three.
It's exactly three.
And there is a good reason to stop counting dimensions since they have been already counted and corns are not dimensions.
And of course before they start counting, each
Виктор Григорьевич Катющик