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Schrodinger's Cat Shirt - Mens & Ladies

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5% of the list price of all artwork sold on this site will be donated to your choice of one of 4 charities, donated quarterly. Read the About page for more info. If you live in Portland and would like to pick up your order locally, use coupon code PICKUP2017 in the checkout. Brianna will email you to schedule a pick up time.  International orders receive the prints rolled up in a tube to save on shipping costs and should expect an additional week shipping time unless otherwise requested. 

Schrodinger's Cat Shirt - Mens & Ladies

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Schrodinger's Cat Shirt - Mens & Ladies

25.00

Available in Men's and Ladies Cut

THESE ARE NOW CREW NECK, FOR BOTH GENDERS. Scroll down for sizing charts. 

Drawn with Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle. Schrodinger's Cat is alive on the front and dead on the back. 

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"Schrodinger's Cat" is alive on the front and dead on the back. 

This piece is drawn with Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle,

Schrodinger's Cat is a thought experiment devised in 1935 in response to Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, which addressed the inability to accurately predict both where and how quickly a particle would be moving. In Shrodinger's thought experiment, you place a cat in a steel box which contains a Geiger counter which holds a very small amount of radioactive substance, so small that perhaps in the course of the hour, one of the atoms decays, but also, with equal probability, perhaps none. If it happens, the counter tube discharges, setting off a relay that releases a hammer and smashes the small vile of poison that kills the cat. 
Until an observer opens to box, to see the state of the cat, the cat is both alive and dead. This is called superposition. It is not until the box is opened that the cat becomes a collapsed state: either dead or alive.


The Math and Science is printed nice and large on the back to help you get your geek on! 

Silkscreen printing by Marcus Adams of Anova Print