HomePoliticsKerry Uncertainty Principle Kerry Uncertainty Principle Jay Tea August 1, 2004 Politics 3 Comments Werner Heisenberg was a quantum physicist of the early and mid 20th Century. He On Satire Promises, Promises Related Posts Looking to 2008 The political legacy of Katrina The Kos Progression About The Author Jay Tea 3 Comments Pete August 1, 2004 He voted against the Defense of Marriage Act, but denounced the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Tom August 1, 2004 I think Kerry’s mind exhibits the qualities of Schrodinger’s cat; his state of mind is an unpredictable, random event. Wikipedia explains the concept: A cat [Kerry’s mind] is placed in a sealed box [his head]. Attached to the box is an apparatus containing a radioactive nucleus and a canister of poison gas [his thought processes]. There…is a 50% chance of the nucleus decaying in one hour. If the nucleus decays, it will emit a particle that triggers the apparatus, which opens the canister and kills the cat…However, when the box is opened [Kerry speaks] the experimenter sees only a “…dead cat” or a “…living cat [whatever happens to come into Kerry’s mind at the moment].” Kevin August 1, 2004 So far A and B seem to be working.