After careful reflection, perhaps you will assume you are a vampire!!!


www.Tu.tv

I imagine this is what it was like to discover Quantum Physics.

Hat tip oldcola

Comments

  1. #1 Russell
    September 15, 2008

    You think that’s weird? Imagine actors who speak German but who caption in Spanish!

  2. #2 Stephanie Z
    September 15, 2008

    I wonder how many people were edited out because they looked up and watched the twins before flipping.

  3. #3 Reginald
    September 16, 2008

    And on top of it being in German and subtitled in Spanish, the site Greg got it from is in French?

  4. #4 Mike Haubrich, FCD
    September 16, 2008

    Yes, the video is German, the captions are Spanish, it came from France and here we are commenting in English. What a world!

    I just wonder what sort of tricks that Charles Chaplin would have been able to produce if he had modern editing equipment.

  5. #5 Lubo Motl
    September 16, 2008

    The young ladies are excellent actors. Incidentally, one of them actually tells the guy that he might be a vampire. ;-)

    I liked the different research approaches of various participants. The two older ladies apparently noticed that none of them was able to see herself, so the problem was solved for them! They were not crazy. They didn’t even have to have an explanation.

    Another lady made a few experiment to see that she was, well, unsichtbar (invisible).

  6. #6 Lubos Motl
    September 16, 2008

    The young ladies are excellent actors. Incidentally, one of them actually tells the guy that he might be a vampire. ;-)

    I liked the different research approaches of various participants. The two older ladies apparently noticed that none of them was able to see herself, so the problem was solved for them! They were not crazy. They didn’t even have to have an explanation.

    Another lady made a few experiment to see that she was, well, unsichtbar (invisible).

  7. #7 eddie
    September 16, 2008

    I’m trying to see if I can model photons arriving in a double-slit experiment with a julia set. I need a data set to compare and suggestions to how to find the generating equation.

  8. #8 Lubos Motl
    September 16, 2008

    The young ladies are excellent actors. Incidentally, one of them actually tells the guy that he might be a vampire. ;-)

    I liked the different research approaches of various participants. The two older ladies apparently noticed that none of them was able to see herself, so the problem was solved for them! They were not crazy. They didn’t even have to have an explanation.

    Another lady made a few experiment to see that she was, well, unsichtbar (invisible).

  9. #9 Lubos Motl
    September 16, 2008

    Apologies for the repeated comments, please erase them. It looked like the browser froze and couldn’t have possibly posted them.

  10. #10 eddie
    September 16, 2008

    I know there have been experiments with very low photon intensity but has anyone ever collected coordinate or time series data with them?

    Phew, that million was truly orgasmic!

  11. #11 MRW
    September 16, 2008

    For those with weak German or Spanish….

    English captioned version:

  12. #12 eddie
    October 9, 2008

    I can’t find a data set to work with. Don’t think anyone conducting such experiments thought such stuff would be important.
    Oh well.

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