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Quark Café

Postby Fred the Cat » Thu Mar 23, 2017 7:48 pm

If it quarks it's a duck.If it barks it's a duog.

But if it’s quiet it's not a cat. :wink:
Feynman's Felicity "Only ascertain as a cat box survivor"

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Re: Quark Café

Postby Ann » Thu Mar 23, 2017 11:55 pm

Fred the Cat wrote:If it quarks it's a duck.If it barks it's a duog.

But if it’s quiet it's not a cat. :wink:


Thanks for the link! I think I may order a pentaquark baryon particle next time I visit the Quark Café, but I hear they haven't been on the menu so far.

And I'm still waiting for that duog to bark. But I think I'll pick the meow of a cat.

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Re: Quark Café

Postby Fred the Cat » Fri Mar 24, 2017 3:32 pm

:lol2: That's a good one. I've never seen a cat that is bilingual. 8-) Now if it could only learn "mouse". :wink:
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Re: Quark Café

Postby Ann » Fri Mar 24, 2017 7:59 pm

Fred the Cat wrote: :lol2: That's a good one. I've never seen a cat that is bilingual. 8-)


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It's a dog in cat's clothing. And maybe one or two quarks are making Cheshire Cat grins at us. Maybe the universe is pulling a fast one on us!

Let's hope we are not barking up the wrong tree!

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