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A Guy Goes Into A Bar #7
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Rene Descartes was sitting at a bar. The bartender came over and asked if he would like another drink. He replied, "I think not." And he vanished.
Heisenberg was also sitting at the bar. After Descartes vanished in a puff of smoke, the bartender walked over to him and asked, "Did you see that?" Heisenberg replied, "I can't be certain."
The bartender then noticed Einstein was there. So he asked him if he could believe what had happened. Einstein replied, "It's all relative."
Carl Sagan was there. He walked over to him and asked, "Can you believe that all these famous people are here in THIS bar?" Sagan replied, "No. Why, there must be BILLIONS and BILLIONS of bars out there."
Meanwhile, Gustav Hertz was having such a great time, that he promised to return in the future at a much greater frequency.
Robert Boyle commented that he thought everyone was under too much pressure to come up with an answer to what was happening.
Erwin Schroedinger tried to explain that in the absence of an observer, Decartes left but at the same time did not leave.
Alexander Volta disagreed stating there was a potential difference between his staying or going.
James Watt had had a bad day and said he had come in just to let off a little steam.
Charles Darwin was waiting to see what would evolve.
Thomas Edison stated that he found the whole thing illuminating.
Andre Ampere helped the bartender ascertain that all the statements were kept current.
Eli Whitney said, "I believe I will have another gin."
Sir Isaac Newton pondered the gravity of the situation.
Robert Goddard said the situation was not rocket science.
Archimedes didn't participate. He was out having a screw.
Georg Ohm, though he resisted answering, did provide a tasty treat for the crowd. Everyone loved Ohm's Slaw.
Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck thought it a constant drain of energy to contemplate the disappearance.
Gaston Plante thought Descartes should be put in a cell for battery.
William Sturgeon and Joseph Henry made a good gauss at where Descartes had gone.
Johann Salomo, Christoph Schweigger, and Jacques Arsene d'Arsonval were galvanized into instant action.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Curie thought that Descartes had a radiating personality, even after his disappearance.
Nicola Tesla re-coiled at the sight.
(thanks to Miss Cellania)