Schrodinger's Cat
00:00 - 03:59
3m 59s

Penny asks Sheldon for advice on whether or not she should date Leonard, and during the conversation, Sheldon corrects her use of physics terms. He then explains the Schrödinger's Cat thought experiment to help her think about the situation.


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