Not everyone wants to believe in Quantum mechanics. In order to believe it you have to forget everthing you have ever believed and start boring your friends.
Most people just can’t be assed.
Until yesterday I thought Quantum Mechanics was the biggest load of wank outside of healing crystals.
Now I do not.
And yet again it is our leader of Sehwagology who showed me the way.
Today he cut down the Saffas again.
It was Sehwagology at its best, he was batting in warp speed for a while, then he took a break, before amping up and making the Saffa bowlers look silly.
JP Duminy would not be a popular man tonight (Can’t bat, can’t catch, can bowl).
At one stage Morne Morkel bowled what seemed at the time to be an innocuous short ball wide of off stump, but I should know by now that when watching Sehwag no ball is insignificant.
This ball was cut to the fence.
The story could end there, except that Sehwag is something else.
When his bat hit the cut shot, the ball was on his bat and at the fence, simultaneously.
He hit the ball so hard that he proved a pseudo science true.
Quantum Mechanics (if the film What the bleed do we know kept me awake long enough for me to learn anything) means that things can and are in two places at once.
I don’t know all the details, as Marlee Matlin’s beret was the real philosophical question I remember from that film, but Sehwag definitely had the ball on his bat and on the fence at the same time.
Sorry to blow your mind with this.
People who believe in quantum mechanics usually end up really annoying people at parties, but if Sehwag deemed it important enough to show us, who am I to hide it from you.
I was thinking of renaming it Sehwachanics, but that would be shit.
Enjoy the new world.