Bernoulli-Leibniz-Feynman quantuum parallax topology effect

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The Bernoulli-Leibniz-Feynman quantuum parallax topology effect is an effect in quantuum parallax topology first discovered by Bernoulli, Gottfried Leibniz and Richard Feynman. The effect is, at present of very little use, because all those involved with its discovery are dead. For the moment.


What will actually happen[edit]

Since Nostradamus was notorious as for his kitten huffing habit, the prediction was not taken too seriously, but his prediction is surprisingly close to what actually happened. In the future. The zombified scientists did indeed rise from the dead on approximately the right stardate, but they headed for the JET (jiant European torus), not CERN, because Switzerland had been asploded by a BOMBBB! Zombie science did indeed occur and the zombified eureka was eventually proclaimed.

Sciency bit[edit]

The BLFQPTE is essentially a strange thing that happens to quark-boson-neutrinos when their rate of spin is slowed to near the Avogadro-Kelvin-Planck spin-threshold. The QBNs near the AKPST exhibit the BLFQPTE. It really is that simple.

Who cares?[edit]

Spaceship captains, thats who! The BLFQTPE is responsible for the fact that the engines cannae tek any mooore than warp 9. This is because the warp drive slows the rate of spin of the dilithium crystals to such an extent that the effect becomes an issue at about warp 7. lol

What to do about it?[edit]

Liberal applications of WD-40 to the dilithium crystals will excite the QBNs in such a way as to counteract the detrimental warp drive de-spinnification.