Quantum Physics & Emma Watson.

Via on Aug 13, 2011

Young geeks love to lust after Emma. Probably ’cause they’re lonely and bored and don’t get out enough and…she’s cute, yah. Via Reddit:

(the part I gapped out on the image said “Friends with”…trust me)

Bonus: If you like Emma Watson’s style, you’ll love her eco fashion line.

Came here for the Quantum learning? Sure you did. Voila:

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2 Responses to “Quantum Physics & Emma Watson.”

  1. […] Sexy isn’t desperation. Sexy is empowered. Sexy is mystery. It isn’t quantum physics. […]

  2. […] Quantum physics was introduced in 1900 and we are still trying to grasp the concept of what it is, yet alone what it means outside the laboratory. It hasn’t necessarily been accepted with open arms, giving credence to William James who stated, a century ago: “A new idea is first condemned as ridiculous and then dismissed as trivial, until finally it becomes what everybody knows.” […]

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