Jurgaisenberg Uncertainty Principle

The Jurgaisenberg Uncertainty Principle

Heretofore, I have mentioned the Jurgaisenberg Uncertainty Principle but I do not think I have ever fully documented or explained it. An off-shoot of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle where one cannot measure both the position and velocity of an object, the Jurgaisenberg principle states that one cannot know where or when Pat will be and by measuring one, you may adversely affect or know less about the other.

Rest in Peace, Mufasa, We love and miss you

The best way to remember Mufasa is that he is the only creature on God's green earth and under the stars that could keep Pat on a schedule. Somehow, with his feline perseverance, he was able to completely thwart the Jurgaisenberg Uncertainty Principle and keep Pat on a schedule.

Mufasa was completely Pat's cat. 100%. Of course, he was friendly to everyone, but Pat was the only person that mattered.

Mufasa and Jasper
The Mufasa we know and love
Looking away, a coy Mufasa
A regal Mufasa
Mufasa and Jasper

Who would be my inner monologue? Mister Peabody

Mr. Peabody (on the Simpsons): "Quiet, you!"

Pat and I were talking about who we would like to be our inner monologue and then, in truth, who it would actually be talking for our inner monologue

I really did not think about who I would want at all. But Pat had a great suggestion for my inner voice... Mister Peabody

Mr. Peabody says, "Quiet You."
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