Schrodinger’s pickle Jar & All purpose mirror

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The directions for use on the Le Parfait jar for pickling onions warns “Do not consume products from an unsealed container.” Thomas wants to know how else you get the contents and wonder if Erwin Schrodinger might be able to help.

David Prichard shops for mirror in a super market and finds an “all-purpose mirror”. When he reached the checkouts Prichard enquired as to how many purposes a mirror could have apart from the function of  reflecting things, but none of the people working knew the answer.

Source : http://www.newscientist.com

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3 Responses to “Schrodinger’s pickle Jar & All purpose mirror”


  1. 1 Mellowdrama November 24, 2006 at 3:29 pm

    Lol, I check out gadget sites and there is this one shoe with wheels that comes with a warning…MAY CAUSE INJURIES..definitely a brain at work, I can hear the wheels in motion:)

  2. 2 gp November 20, 2006 at 8:50 am

    oh god gimme so patience to think this out…urghh…a mirror can be used to direct (reflect?!) sun light to burn stuff. :p

  3. 3 pegasus November 17, 2006 at 7:54 pm

    aaha 1st year Chemistry. We can discuss it over a cup of coffee.. trust be the probability of an onion to be outside a 100ml box would be of the order of 1 in a few hundred trillion.


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