Dead & Alive, Wanted Schrödinger's Cat Tin Sign
30.5cm x 40.7cm
Erwin Schrödinger was a Nobel Prize winning physicist who developed many fundamental results in the field of quantum theory. Born in Austria in 1887, he is most famed for the paradox known as 'Schrödinger's Cat'. The sign depicts a cat in the centre with half a whole face, half a skull and the caption 'Dead & Alive' printed above. The theory was that if a cat was put in a box with a vile of poison and a radioactive source, and the box was never opened, would the cat be dead or alive? Hang this in your home and have fun explaining this theory to anybody who may visit!
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