Rev Dr Grumpy Fraser, St Mary’s Newington

Why does the Invisible Magic Friend allow us to suffer and die from his holy virus? It’s so that we can be free, Free, FREE! Free to suffer and die from his holy virus.

I’d just like to have a go at mathematics and technology. What has mathematics and technology ever done for us?

Now I’m not suggesting that theology is so much better than mathematics and technology (actually I am, tee hee hee) but at least it tells us that everything will be better in the Invisible Magic Afterlife. Unless you’re an unbeliever of course.

Right Awful Anne Atkins – Agonising Aunt and Vicar’s Wife

My book on child breeding is available at a very reasonable price. If you want your children to turn out like me then you know where to go.

In order to make any decisions you need facts. That’s why I turn to the garden of Eden story with it’s talking snake and tree that will definitely kill you.

We need to reduce our carbon emissions. Thanks to the Invisible Magic Friend’s holy virus we now know how this can be done. Kill off all the elderly and reduce economic output by 20%. Simple really.

Quantum Mechanics is Obvious – the Movie Part 11

This is the penultimate episode in my series on the maths behind quantum mechanics. It’s getting really exciting now, isn’t it?

Last week we introduced wavefunctions as the continuous limit of our probability vectors. This week we have a look at the operators that act on them. And in a word, they’re weird.

This video was done in a bit of a rush. I might have to redo it at some point as my brain gets a bit garbled in places.

Next week, we go full on quantum mechanics, and our journey towards total weirdness is complete.

Rev Dr Rob Marshall, Priest at St John the Evangelist, Welwyn Garden City

Fresher’s week is different this year because of the Invisible Magic Friend’s holy virus. This reminds me of university chaplains. This in turn reminds me of monasticism. This reminds me of the Venerable Bede. This reminds me of St. Paul. This reminds me of Jesus. Sorry, where was I?