Friday, September 29, 2006

Uncollapsing the core

With the list of intriguing turns of phrase as seen on ForBattle!, I had to publish this little collection too. A friend of mine was so obsessed with the new speak turn of phrase "uncollapsing the core" that he tried to find out what it meant. This was the best he could do:

1. “The uncollapsing theorem proposes that the possibility exists that a person in a deep meditative state can cause matter to assume a quantum superposition of states.”

2. “Collapsing a world works but uncollapsing it causes an out of memory crash.”

3. “In the real world, buildings may collapse into rubble, for example, but rubble does not "uncollapse" to form a building”

4. “Collapsed voids actually uncollapse into simple voids in this phase”

3 comments:

worldpeace and a speedboat said...

collapsing the core:
- verb. m@sturbating.


that is all.

Anything girl said...

Hmmm, I was going to suggest that perhaps a really good massage might uncollapse my core... then read speedy's comment... now I don't know what to think

worldpeace and a speedboat said...

eheh.

my work here is done.