Funniest Messages On Geek Related Shirts

This is a follow-up to Funniest Messages On Shirts. I thought I'd narrow it down to the geeks.

The Top Ten

1 How's your cat doing? (-ħ/2m)Δ^2Ψ+VΨ=iħ(δΨ/δt)

Love this one. But hardly anyone I see knows what I'm on about. - PositronWildhawk

2 Geeks do it β
3 And God said Δ.D=ρ, Δ.B=0, ΔxE=-δB/δt, ΔxH=J+δD/δt; and then there was light.
4 √(-1) 2^3 ∑ π, and it was delicious!
5 Wanted: Dead & Alive. Schrödinger's Cat.

I only understand about two of these. The only reason I understand this one is because of The Big Bang Theory. - happyhappyjoyjoy

Dead AND Alive, not Dead OR Alive. Don't misread that. - PositronWildhawk

6 If a tree falls in a quantum wood, but nobody is there to hear it...

@ Britgirl
Good point. I agree. But key word: "quantum". - PositronWildhawk

... Did it fall? Does it exist? Yes. And no. - PositronWildhawk

I actually love this one. It's a great philisophical quote. I wouldn't have it on a T-shirt, but stamped on my brain instead. Beautiful. - Britgirl

7 Sorry, you have reached an imaginary number. If you require a real number, please rotate your phone by ninety degrees and try again.
8 It's not the v=u+at that kills you, it's the F=m(Δv/Δt)

Translates as "it's not the final velocity that kills you, it's the sudden deceleration and therefore, the resultant force. - PositronWildhawk

9 I went outside once. The graphics weren't that great.

Haha Hilarious! Jump off from your High definitely T.V. and get a life! - keyson

10 There are two types of people in the world: those who can extrapolate from incomplete data

The Contenders

11 1 Life Up and the Symbol of the Green Mushroom
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1. How's your cat doing? (-ħ/2m)Δ^2Ψ+VΨ=iħ(δΨ/δt)
2. Geeks do it β
3. And God said Δ.D=ρ, Δ.B=0, ΔxE=-δB/δt, ΔxH=J+δD/δt; and then there was light.


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