// talking about quantum physics Lodal: Why does this work? Lodal: I don't know, it just does. It matches reality, so I guess we'll use it. Lodal: What about when reality doesn't tell us? We just come up with something so that the maths works out.
Schafer: If you start asking too many questions, you get to the point "I need to understand all of quantum physics to know how a bar magnet works." Schafer: Which is pretty unfortunate.
Schafer: So this comedian, Jay, walked around in the street and asked people questions. He told them to name a physics equation. About 80-90% said E=mc^2. Maybe 10% said F=ma. Then there were a few Steven Qu’s who said: “Well, Dirac’s equation is...”
// Presenting about Richard Feynman's renormalization process for Quantum Electrodynamics Guang: I know these people won a Nobel Prize, but honestly, it's just bad math.
// In the dark of the Quantum classroom, staring at the laser we are learning about Sushanth: Man we should get a cat. Jay: Sushanth what? Sushanth: A lil cat manz. They like lasers.
Stein: Bill Nye is a jerk.
//Quantum is taking a test //Someone's Siri goes off Schafer: She ain't gonna help you Siri: Sorry, I didn't get that. Schafer: See?
Schafer: I am nothing if not on top of my game today. Therefore, I am nothing.
//In Quantum, discussing homework. Question is about which states of matter will emit line spectra. Schafer: First of all, what's a line spectrum? Robbie: I interpreted it to mean the spectrum admitted by an excited gas.
//Alex Melinchok is holding a Chick-fil-A milkshake in Pd. 7 Quantum, and Schafer noticed Melinchok: "It's pretty good! It isn't as good as the one from Potbelly though. 'Cause Chick-fil-A doesn't really like gay people, that's probably why it doesn't taste as good. You get what I mean, Mr. Schafer?" (Schafer stares at Melinchok for a while, and then looks down at a textbook) Schafer: "...Chapter 27 question number 17, In Rutherford's planetary model of the atom..."