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Question #86582 posted on 05/14/2016 10:12 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Can you rank all of the alumni present and current writers from most right wing to most left wing?

-My Name Here

A:

Dear clever, clever,

Not all writers chose to participate, but from those who chose to share, I was able to come up with the following:

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Keep in mind that there are more political axes than left and right. You'll see some people further up and further down. Libertarian doesn't always translate exactly to right wing any more than authoritarian does.

Katya and Professor Kirke seem to be our big winners on the right and on the left according to this map. Inverse Insomniac and Spectre are our most authoritarian writers, while Dr. Smeed is our most libertarian.

I didn't plot them on the map, but you may be interested to know that both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are right about where most of our writers are clustered, just beneath the head of the Left Wing arrow. Donald Trump is squarely in the head of the Right Wing arrow.

Special shoutouts to Sunday Night Banter and Tally M., who don't mess around when it comes to pure, undefiled centrism. Some of us think of ourselves as moderates, but you two, my hat is off to you.

Also, I need to apologize to Mico, who, when she sent me her results, must inadvertently have sent a link to the quiz rather than the results page. I didn't want to guess and get it wrong, so I left you off. Sorry, friend.

Sorry as well to all the other writers who didn't get a chance to respond. We only have so much time that we're allowed access to the board during Alumni Week. We had to cut it off somewhere.

- D.A.R.E.

Question #86545 posted on 05/17/2016 2:25 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xhzs3f6KDT0&app=desktop

I'm terrified. This seems true. Is it????

-Me

A:

Dear you,

The above link is to a youtube video from a person who is very opposed to vaccines and who seems to go by the name of Health Ranger in his videos. The title and major claim of the video is that FDA documents prove a link between vaccines and autism.

Short answer: no. No it isn't true. I'll try to get into the specific reasons why it isn't true (and why this gentleman is a very unreliable source of information) below.

But first a word to you, the question asker (and to any vaccine-hesitant individuals who might be reading this): I am absolutely sure that the concern you may feel about vaccinating yourself or your children comes from a place of wanting only the best for someone you care about in a world that feels threatening. But though your love and desire are good and valid, the rationale behind hesitancy or rejection of vaccines (for normal, healthy individuals) are not good or valid.

If it helps to give you some credentials (and to be honest, for many people it won't help, because credentials as a physician or scientist can simply be seen as evidence that they/we are sell-outs from a corrupt system). I'm about to graduate with a PhD in Immunology. I'm going into the field of clinical microbiology, but I had been considering research positions at the Sabin Vaccine Institute that seeks to develop vaccines for neglected tropical diseases. I believe strongly in the field of immunology and in the efficacy, safety and necessity of vaccines. I don't think you need nearly six years of graduate education to be inducted into a secret cabal of knowing how vaccines function or to know that they are a trustworthy cornerstone to modern health in both developed and developing countries. But nothing I have read, learned, or seen in that time of intensive research has done anything but convince me of the rigorous and methodical nature of vaccine development and testing and their general good and safety. If you, the reader, trust the Board enough to ask a question like this, I hope you can trust me enough about this (a thing that I know actually quite a lot about).

Let's jump into the video. 

I watched through the whole thing one (1) time and quickly wrote down some of the claims and quotes from it. If I was being really thorough, I would include a time stamp for each claim and watching it repeatedly to be sure I wasn't missing any major points or claims. But, I think you'll see, there's more than enough to work with and to get a gist of the tone and tactic of the video.

I'm sorting the claims in a descending badness.

Correct (with an important caveat)

- Vaccines carry some risks. The video quotes (though I didn't confirm this was an actual quote) an Australian politician (maybe?) who stated "There are no risks to vaccines." The video pounces on this as inaccurate. And, correctly, the claim that there are no risks isn't strictly true. Side effects including soreness, tiredness and in rare cases extreme allergic responses, and other severe adverse reactions occur. The best data on these side effects, which are monitored by law (since 1986) at the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. It is fair to say that there are risks to vaccines. In general, humans are terrible about risk assessment: we're more scared of sharks than (the far deadlier) cows, and serial killers more than slippery bathtubs. So it's fitting to be more afraid of a hypothetical and statistically tiny side-effect than the far more common danger of a vaccine-preventable disease. The side effects (manageable or exceptionally rare) of vaccines exist, but are completely misrepresented by the rest of this video by the Health Ranger. 

Misinformed (by misinterpreting information)

- The documentation of the Tripedia vaccine insert by the company who produces it claims it is linked to autism. This is the major claim of the video. In the package insert (which you can find here), the company who makes the vaccine lists reported negative events that have been reported in recipients. These are events that occurred after (like, literally at some point after) vaccine administration. This list includes autism. This is a screen shot when the video discusses that insert:

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You'll notice that this highlighted group of events are so rare that, opposed to the other events listed above those highlighted, there aren't even multiple events reported so no evaluation of their relationship to the vaccine could even be done. No positive connection between vaccine administration and these events is, or even could be, established. Does that make sense? 

Imagine that there is a new allergy medication calling Ratingpending (trade name CoolGuy). I have reason to believe that Ratingpending changes humans' normal body odor to become irresistible to wasps. My claim is that when you take the pill, suddenly you will getting constantly swarmed and bitten by wasps. That's a pretty adverse reaction, but would be completely unexpected - there is no known medication that would do anything similar. How would I go about proving the link between Ratingpending and wasp attacks? I would need independent verification that 1) it is happening 2) happening frequently 3) happening in a causal manner (the medication MAKES it happen and not that we just happen to have a huge increase in wasps nation wide) and 4) the mechanism by which it is happening. 

The "link" between this vaccine and autism fails at step number two. These events are so rare (and, as it is pointed out in the insert, self-reported) that they can't even investigate them. You know those TV commercials for medications that show happy, functioning people (who aren't in black and white) and a voice describes patients who have taken ImproviTrax and suffer from horrible symptoms ("liver bleeding, irritable bowel syndromes, depression and bone liquification")? These companies are required by law to list their side effects. In this context, "autism" isn't a side effect of vaccines - that implies cause/effect. There is no relationship between the two as study after study of millions of vaccinated individuals confirm.

This claim I rated a "misunderstanding" because finding the word "autism" on a package insert of a vaccine could be startling. But Health Ranger (who sets himself up as a scientist) deliberately ignores and misconstrues the context in which this information appears. So it reflects extra poorly on him, but at the same time I can see why it would be worrisome without understanding where the package insert is coming from.

Wrong (about a very common misunderstanding of immunity) 

- Injected vaccines don't work because they bypass the skin. What do you think happens when you get a cut or a scrape? Intramuscular vaccines get immune-stimulating components to the places (lymph nodes primarily) where your immune cells will see antigen (the thing they respond to) and become activated the same, if not  better than something delivered into the skin.

- "Natural" infection is healthier, results in better/stronger immunity than immunity acquired by vaccines. This idea has been around for literally centuries and there's no evidence for it. If you were to take a virus, which is infinitesimally small, and shatter it into even smaller components you would get a mix of molecules: proteins, lipids (fats) and nucleic acids. Only a small number of these would stimulate an immune cell (which have receptors that are activated by seeing "patterns" of molecules). And an even smaller number of these molecules are "immunogenic" meaning they could induce the T cells and B cells that provide the long-lasting immunity you need to be protected the next time you see the virus.

Vaccines try to use only the immunogenic components of a disease-causing organisms (meaning you are only exposed to a tiny number of molecules in modern vaccines compared to the original formulations). Live organisms cause disease, weaken cells and organs, and have virulence factors like toxin and means of hiding from the immune system. Children especially suffer permanent damaged from a chronic infection with something like whooping cough. "Natural" immunity is not better, stronger than vaccine-induced immunity. Your immune system doesn't care much how it sees those immunogenic molecules. It just does its job.

"We'll pump them full of dead virus and call that immunity." This is related to the above. Immunity, in the context of vaccination, means you are protected, by virtue of your adaptive immune response (T cells and B cells that produce circulating antibodies) from a second encounter with an organism. Functionally, inducing that protection via a dead, weakened, subunits, the pathogen-causing toxin, or some other vaccine strategy, it doesn't matter how you get the induced protection. We "call that immunity" because that's what immunity is. Period.

- "[Long list of things not in vaccines]" In general if you hear someone saying that vaccine have mercury, rat poison or MSG (?) in them, and they are trying to establish themselves as an authority, they are deliberately lying. Vaccines have trace amounts of things like aluminum (there is far more aluminum in breast milk than vaccines) and the preservative thimerisol has a non-absorbable form of mercury. But deliberately ignoring dose and toxicity data when calling out ingredients is wrong.

In the context of this video, the Health Ranger is being especially duplicitous to try and use false vaccine ingredients as an anti-vaccine rationale: he is using information provided by the company (rare but serious health events) to say there is proof vaccines aren't safe, but ignores the company-provided formulation of the vaccine in the same package insert

Completely false (in a very dangerous way)

- "Every time we have a measles or mumps outbreak it is among vaccinated children." No. False. Vaccines, like all medications, have a failure rate. The induction of protection can be insufficient depending on how exposed someone is to the disease-causing organism. But outbreaks can, and increasingly are, associated with unvaccinated groups. Two good examples are the 2014 measles outbreak at Disneyland or the traveler-associated outbreak among Amish in Ohio. Vaccinated individual can, and do, get diseases during outbreaks. But to say outbreaks are limited to the vaccinated is completely, dangerously, false.

You can think of immune protection on an individual level or a community level. An hypothetical immunized individual, someone who has been vaccinated against, say, mumps, exposed to mumps-causing virus in a sealed room is 85% likely to be protected against the virus (this isn't totally true, but I think it works for this explanation).

In a community, if enough people are 85% likely to be protected, this can prevent the virus from getting a foothold and infecting other individuals. It's all a matter of probability. An outbreak could still occur when there is not sufficient protection. This is herd immunity. It's real and it works.

- "The safest child in a public healthcare system are unvaccinated children who are healthy and strong, good sunlight, vitamin B." Totally false. Mostly for the reasons listed above. Health, sunlight and vitamin B promote immunity, but are not themselves immunity. Unvaccinated children can transmit disease to children who cannot be vaccinated or whose parents have fallen behind on vaccination schedules (poor parents who have recently moved to new areas are far more likely to have under-vaccinated kids). 

Completely wrong, the furthest one could possibly be from right

- "There would be fewer deaths with no vaccines." This is monstrously false. Entirely false. There is no way to twist or sugar-coat this sentence, especially in the context it was given, to not make it anything other than absolutely false.

Vaccines save, and have saved, millions of lives and improved the lives of millions upon millions of others who never had to suffer and sicken through a vaccine-preventable disease. I enjoyed this comic that talks about that, and also takes a comprehensive look at vaccines, their history and many of the claims discussed here and elsewhere about vaccines.

- Throughout the video, language calling vaccines "unscientific," vaccine providers "quacks," accusing the entire field of vaccine study, production of "never doing the science." Something that really stood out in my watching is how anxious Health Ranger is to twist what he must know are the common accusations directed at anti-vaccine proponents and vaccine deniers: they are ignoring the science, they are misrepresenting the data. He is leapfrogging all of this and trying to strengthen his position by instead claiming that in fact HIS side has science backing it up, HE has the real information and data, and his OPPONENTS are ignoring reality.

Filming a video in front of a lab (where he conducts food and water elemental analysis? I missed his one line explanation meant to demonstrate his scientific credentials) does not establish credentials. He's again trying to have it both ways: casting doubt on scientific analysis of vaccine safety but also claiming that the "real" science confirms his position.

- "They only compare vaccines to other vaccines. They never compare vaccines to non vaccines. They call it double blind. They compare it to placebos. But even the placebo is a vaccine." This line, meant to show that there are "real" tests that the industry is afraid to do, goes more and more off the rails as it progresses. And it is entirely false.

Before any FDA approved drug or therapy or vaccine goes to market it goes through phases of testing. Phase 1 clinical trials test a small population for safety. If it is safe, and there is measurable effect, it passes. Phase 2 is a larger group, and at any signs of side effects, or if the therapy is not helping, they can intervene. Phase 3 is when a large cohort of individuals, in the conditions where infection will occur, will receive or not receive the vaccine in a blinded fashion - individuals do not know if they had the vaccine or a placebo (which is not a vaccine. That is ludicrous.). No intervention happens in Phase 3. Phase 4 is post-licensing, gathering further information aimed at improving safety. If it sounds familiar, the so-called smoking gun that triggered this whole video was data collected during the Phase 4 stage that Health Ranger doesn't even believe exists. When, in reality, everything he claims is NOT done during vaccine testing is done for EVERY vaccine. 

Claims that defy categorization (but are basically accusations of unspeakable evil against those who disagree with him)

- "By never conducting the real science of comparing vaccines to non vaccines they are systematically harming, maiming children."

- "Vaccine pushers, who are essentially child murderers. They love to murder children and maim children."

- "But at night behind closed curtains, they love sacrificing children to their vaccine gods. This document describes child sacrifice by vaccine."

Those are direct quotes. I don't even know how to respond to that. If that truly, honestly is your perspective of the millions of health care professionals who use, research, promote, improve, and distribute vaccines, not to mention the billions of people who use vaccines to save and improve their lives and the lives of those they love, I don't know what I could possibly say to convince you otherwise. But you would have my pity.

Final Notes

Did you like that? Did you the reader who, statistically speaking, is probably NOT the question asker like my thorough take down of an anti-vaccine activist? I mean, I guess I hope so. What you (and here I'm including everyone) shouldn't do is scoff, feel smug, roll your eyes, or be dismissive of other people's fears and concerns, even if you/we are "right" about vaccines. But here's the problem that all of us (and by "us" I mean people who generally accept vaccines as safe, smart, and necessary) need to confront:

It can be impossible to convince someone opposed to vaccines that they are safe. That's not on opinion - that's the finding of a study on the subject. Quoting studies, data, scientists, showing pictures of kids with vaccine-preventable diseases, whatever you think might be convincing, results in the "backfire effect" - anti-vaccine individuals leave more convinced than before that vaccines are dangerous. The psychological underpinnings of why that is are as unclear as they are frustrating. 

It's not all bad news. Other studies find pointing out positive reasons to be vaccinated in a non-confrontational way can be helpful, as can scary descriptions of the symptoms or outcomes of vaccine-preventable diseases on kids. Another study (that I can't find right now) indicates that the number one thing that convinced parents to vaccinate their kids was if their children's doctors had their (the doctor's) kids vaccinated. 

I would highly recommend to anyone a really wonderful book called On Immunity by the author Eula Bliss, a non-scientist writer who delved into vaccines, immunity, how we think about being "immune" (For example, is "immunity" a fragile thing that can be destroyed? Or is it an intelligent system capable of shaping and adapting to its environment? Hint: it's more the latter). Ms. Bliss confronts the basis and the history a lot of the concerns we're grappling with today in a very approachable way. 

Last plea: Get vaccinated. Vaccinate your kids. Be kind to those who are afraid and point them toward good sources of information. Good luck.

- Rating Pending (who, frankly, feels pretty down about the futility of responding to false vaccine claims and trying to convince the vaccine hesitant. But what else can you do, right? Also, happy 267th birthday today, May 17th, Edward Jenner!)

Question #86490 posted on 05/12/2016 10:18 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Now that it's alumni week, I would like to revisit Board Question #85423 and expand our genealogy of Board mentors. Does anyone have anything to add to the tree or know when probies became an official thing?

-Sheebs

A:

Dear Doctor,

Due to the fact that two of the writers have had two mentors (because they came back prior to our new "returning writers don't need mentors" stance), the family tree is a tad convoluted. But that's okay!

The biggest family by far is the Uffish Thought/fine print/Sky Bones family.

Then the next biggest is the Smeed family:

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Finally we have some stragglers that due to missing data, don't fit in a larger tree:

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A number of writers (including Katya, Il Guanaco, and Genuine Article) didn't have official mentors, which didn't seem to really start until the Pa Grape era (as I'd previously suspected).

-Tally M.

posted on 05/13/2016 1:34 a.m.
Dear all,

Hobbes was my mentor, and Pseudoname was my mentee.

We're all family,

The Black Sheep
posted on 05/13/2016 7:39 a.m.
Dear people,

My mentor was Concorde, and my probies were M.O.D.A.Q. And The Lone Musketeer. Sorry, I didn't realize you wanted me to submit a new form!

-Sheebs
Question #86397 posted on 05/06/2016 9:36 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

O, great people who know physics! (Probably not the whole Board of course. That's OK. I like the rest of you anyway.)

I occasionally read stuff about the double-blind experiment, and I just found this article today in a similar vein:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3107996/Our-entire-lives-ILLUSION-New-test-backs-theory-reality-doesn-t-exist-look-it.html

The problem is that the media tends to blow every study out of proportion and misrepresent the results, as I think we're seeing here. They make such large claims about what this study could suggest, like "time may be an illusion" or "testers' perceptions/intent was the only variable, and that intent altered the results." (Not claims exactly from this article, but things I have seen.) I think I first heard about the double-blind experiment when somebody was trying to use it as "proof" that writing daily affirmations would make stuff in the universe work your way. Because, intent. I am a religious person and believe in lots of things I can't prove, but I don't think it's that easy.

Welp, in the most unbiased and non-quackery way possible, can you explain to me what we DO know from stuff like this study, and what we don't? I'm sick of seeing people go crazy over stuff that I don't understand. I've read a bit but I keep finding news articles and then crazy dense science-y things I don't understand with my background.

I get that we can't explain everything, and that's cool. But I don't like getting tricked.

Sinceriously,

-Higgs-Boson

P.S. Yeah, I don't know much about the Higgs-Boson either. Dark matter?

A:

Dear HB,

First things first: quantum mechanics is the bomb. I love this stuff. 

Like Frère said, these topics are pretty abstract, so I'm here mostly to give you a second take on it and some more metaphors in case you don't like Frère's description. I find that more than one explanation is often helpful to my understanding, so here goes nothing.

The Double-Slit Experiment

Frère already described the experiment itself pretty well, so I'm just going to clarify and expand on it. We'll go back to his "shooting paintballs at a fence" analogy because it's a good one for this experiment.

Imagine the fence has only one small, vertical slit. What would you expect to see? Well, there should be one vertical stripe of paint on the back wall. If you really are using paintballs, that's what you'd see. Instead, shine a collimated flashlight directly at the fence. What do you see on the back wall? It's not just a slit, is it? It spreads out horizontally, getting dimmer as you go left or right. This is called a diffraction pattern, and it's what we intuitively expect light to do--it spreads out. If light were made up of particles like paintballs--even very, very small ones--you'd see a single vertical stripe on the back wall. The diffraction pattern, however, is something you expect from a wave, which tells us that light acts more like a wave in this situation. 

The double-slit version is very similar, but more convincing. Shooting paintballs should give you two vertical slits, which it does. You would expect that shining a flashlight would give you two versions of the single-slit pattern with the horizontal spreading. There's a space on the back wall, however, in between the two slits, where the two patterns overlap, so you get an interference pattern, just like you would with any other wave. It's hard to see with walls and flashlights, but scientists have done it on very small scales. Again, if light were made up of very small photon paintballs, you wouldn't see that pattern, but we do. The picture below (taken from Wikipedia) might help. 

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Great! Now let's complicate things. 

Historical Interlude

In 1905, Einstein explained the photoelectric effect with his concept of photons, effectively particles of light, and receives a Nobel Prize for it. Cue confusion. I thought we had this nailed down with the double-slit thing. We showed that light is a wave, and we can even measure its wavelength, but now you're telling me it acts like a particle! So which is it?

A Double-Slit Experiment Variation

Scientists then tried to devise an experiment to push the debate one way or another. In short, they asked, "What would happen if you shot just one photon at the slits?" 

This is one really important variant of the double-slit experiment. Instead of shooting a bunch of paintballs at the fence, you only shoot one. The paintball should go through one of the slits and make a single paint splotch on the back wall, right? It turns out that if you shoot one photon at our double-slit contraption, that's what happens. You get one dot on the "back wall," or the detector. Great! When we boil it down to individual photons, they act like individual particles. Problem solved! 

Well, not quite. Now shoot another paintball. It goes through one of the two slits in the fence and you get one more splotch. Same thing happens if you shoot one more photon. So, if we keep shooting individual paintballs, we'll see two vertical stripes of paint emerge on the back wall. The same thing should happen with the photons, right? 

Wrong. 

When you shoot individual photons, one by one, you eventually get the interference pattern back again. What gives? It's as if each of those individual particles adds up to a wave, but we designed the experiment so that each of the particles is exactly the same, so that can't be right. What if--and I'm going to say something crazy now--what if each of the individual particles is a wave? 

Now that raises all sorts of interesting questions. How can something be both a particle and a wave? Are there actually two different "parts" to light? Why don't paintballs act like that? What on earth is going on?

The other implication, as Frère pointed out, is that our mode of measurement changes the result of the experiment. Shoot one photon paintball, and you get one spot on the back wall. That indicates particle behavior, but that's also the nature of the wall. In order to see where the paintball went, we have to stop it from moving; similarly, in order to detect a photon, we have to absorb it, which causes it to, well, stop being a photon. This is what we mean when we say that the act of observing the experiment changes the outcome. 

Another metaphor: imagine that you want to study an insect--a housefly, perhaps. In this metaphor, the only way to see and study the fly is to catch it because it moves too fast on its own for you to get any good observations. You decide to catch it by putting up flypaper. That way, the fly sticks to the paper when it runs into it, but you haven't touched it, which means, in theory, that you haven't affected it. Here' the catch: however good your observations of the immobile fly is, they can't tell you anything about the pattern in which it flew to get there. 

That fly represents our photon. Once it's absorbed, or "stuck" to the detector, it can't behave like a photon any longer. All we can observe is the "stuck" photon, which isn't really a photon anymore. Perhaps an actual photon moves in a wave pattern, but we can't observe that because we can't see it moving. In other words, we don't know anything about the pattern in which it flew to get to the detector. 

Now back to the fly. If you were to leave your flypaper up for a long time, eventually you'd catch a lot of flies. Since they're flies, they'd probably be arranged somewhat randomly on the paper. Using that information, you can reasonably conclude that they fly somewhat randomly. When we collect a large number of photons on our detector, we're taking measurements in aggregate. It just so happens that the pattern is not random, and that it's consistent with wave behavior. One photon can't tell you anything about how it got there, but lots of photons can. 

When you hear the phrase, "observing the experiment changes its outcome" on its own, it sounds downright mystical. My description is definitely not perfect, but this is how I understand the phenomena, and I hope this explanation clears up what scientists mean when they use this phrase.

The next couple sections will lead me to the article you asked about, but they also set up an important discussion on scaling, which sums up my beef with the article's conclusions. Bear with me, please.

Another Historical Interlude and Another Variation

There's another variation on the double-slit experiment that's still being explored. What happens if you use something other than photons? It's a great idea. After all, we know know that, say, an electron is a bona fide particle. It has mass and everything! What happens if you do the double-slit experiment with electrons? 

Claus Jönsson did just that in 1961, and curiously enough, he got the same results with electrons as Young did with light. Cue Italian physicists Merli, Missiroli, and Pozzi, who performed the experiment using single electrons in 1974, with the same results. Wait, what? So now electrons are waves, too? 

Additionally, the questions that scientists are asking have evolved. Wheeler's delayed-choice thought experiment, another variation on the double-slit experiment, does not explicitly ask, "Is this photon a particle or a wave?" Instead, it asks, "When did the photon 'decide' whether it was going to behave like a particle or a wave?" and "Can the photon 'detect' the experimental apparatus and adjust its behavior accordingly?" At the time Wheeler proposed his experiment, many scientists believed that a photon is either a wave or a particle, but that it cannot be both at the same time. Wheeler himself seemed clear on the idea of wave-particle duality; he felt that quantum phenomena are "intrinsically undefined until the moment they are measured." It wasn't until long after its inception, however, that scientists were able to actually create the experiment and test Wheeler's hypotheses.

Present Day: Dr. Truscott's Experiment

The article you linked to talks about an actual scientific paper, "Wheeler's delayed-choice gedanken experiment with a single atom," which you can read here, if you are so inclined. Its contribution to the field of physics is related to that second variation of the double-slit experiment. So far in the history of physics, the experiment has been effectively performed using a beam of photons, a beam of electrons, a single electron, and a single photon, roughly in that order. This paper, however, scales up by using a single, metastable helium atom. 

The paper sums up its conclusions with this: "Our experiment confirms Bohr's view that it does not make sense to ascribe the wave or particle behavior to a massive particle before the measurement takes place." In more detail, it concludes in its last paragraph that 

"Wheeler’s thought experiment is important since it tries to force a classical view of reality on to a quantum system. If one holds the view that to observe interference at the detector the photon must have traversed both arms (as a wave) of the interferometer (and conversely that the lack of interference unambiguously demonstrates the photon has traversed a single arm (as a particle)) then the ‘delayed’ choice creates a conundrum. In this picture, the choice of detection (delayed until after the photon has passed the first beamsplitter) is correlated with observing interference or no interference—and thus it seems that a future event (the method of detection) causes the photon to decide its past. If such a perspective seems untenable with a fast-moving massless photon, then our experiment, which uses a slow-moving massive helium atom (and thus is closer to our classical notions), makes this view of reality seem even more unlikely."

Roughly translated, this says that Wheeler was probably right. When they placed the detector behind the slits (or the fence, in our paintball analogy), they saw an interference pattern, but when they placed the detector in front of them, no interference pattern showed up. Because an atom cannot "know" if, when, or where it will be detected, it makes no sense to say that it "decided" at any point how it was going to behave. In essence, because the future cannot affect its past, the atom exists in both "wave" and "particle" states at one time.

Cool, huh?

The Daily Mail Article

If my understanding of the scientific paper is correct, then the reporter of the Daily Mail article you linked to, Ellie Zolfagharifard, got things a bit backward. She reports,

If you choose to believe that the atom really did take a particular path or paths then you have to accept that a future measurement is affecting the atom's past, said Truscott.

'The atoms did not travel from A to B. It was only when they were measured at the end of the journey that their wave-like or particle-like behaviour was brought into existence,' he said.

Those things are true, according to the paper. What Zolfagharifard seems to have missed is the last portion of the quote above from the paper, namely the "makes this view of reality seem even more unlikely [emphasis mine]." The paper assumes that the atom has to have a fixed state--particle or wave--but then goes on to conclude that that assumption can't be correct, which the Daily Mail article leaves out entirely. 

Scaling and Media Exaggeration

Dr. Truscott is quoted in the article, saying, "It proves that measurement is everything. At the quantum level, reality does not exist if you are not looking at it." Yes, the statement, "reality does not exist if you are not looking at it" sounds suspect, but you may notice that the quote does not claim, as the title of the article does, that "Your entire life is an ILLUSION," or  "the world doesn’t exist until we look at it." 

There's a big difference between reality at the quantum level and "the world." Just because something is true on an atomic scale does not mean that it is true on a macroscopic scale. I mean, sometimes it does, but more often than not, it doesn't. Physics is weird like that. Dr. Truscott does, in fact, qualify his statement with, "At the quantum level," but that's conveniently glossed over without any more discussion. 

Here's a metaphor that conveys a little bit of why scaling is important. Imagine a car on a highway. Every little dip and bump and inconsistency in the road technically affects its travel route and time, but the deviations are so small compared to your intended route--say, across town--that they don't matter. They're negligible. If you and your car shrunk so that the car was only a millimeter long, those bumps would matter a whole lot more. The route you take in and around them will affect your travel time significantly.

Atoms are a little like the bumps in the road. They experience all sorts of vibrations and rotations and energetic movements, but those movements are so small compared to what we experience in our day-to-day lives (or the entire road trip, if you will) that they don't matter very much. And yet, despite not mattering very much individually, they add up to, well, everything. The experimenters conclude one thing about your travel time at the bumps-in-the-road level, but the article tries to use that to report your across-town travel time. They're just not the same thing. Dr. Truscott made a conclusion about one atom in his experiment, but to scale that up and apply it to all of reality is kind of ridiculous. 

The media are simply exacerbating the problem, but I think there's more than one reason why. Yes, the media often skews our perception of things, sometimes intentionally, to gain and retain readers. That's just something they do. The other problem is that journalists are not specialists. It's not just you that can't easily decipher the crazy-dense scientific articles. Even with interviews and explanations, reporters don't always understand what they're reporting, especially in science and technology. It's not that they don't make an effort, because I'm sure many of them do, but these are not easy topics to understand. Period. I can all but guarantee that it wasn't easy for even the people doing the study to understand. I think it's that, combined with the media's penchant for exaggeration and extrapolation, that makes a reader's job so difficult. 

Conclusion

My thoughts on the article: it isn't really accurate, but hey, they tried. 

To summarize the science: A "particle", be it atom or molecule or photon, behaves like it does. We're trying to ascribe to it behaviors that we understand, but our description is fundamentally flawed because the particle doesn't behave in a way we understand in the first place. A photon acts like a photon and exhibits "photon behavior," but we don't know how to measure that, so we have to use our flawed models (like particles and waves) to figure out what that means. This is especially important in quantum mechanics because the scientific models we're used to--things like Newton's laws--are macroscopic. They don't necessarily apply at such small scales, which is why scaling is important. 

In conclusion: the media isn't very good at accurate scientific reporting. Probably because science is hard and complicated. 

-TEN

Question #86306 posted on 04/28/2016 4:54 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

If the British Empire still existed in the same form and territories, that it did on the day of Queen Victoria's death, what would its population be today?

-My Name Here

A:

Dear Doctor,

Approximately 2,446,431,772, or about a third of the current world population.

-Tally M.

Question #86200 posted on 04/20/2016 2:33 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I'm kinda new to makeup. Do you have any advice/tips/good tutorials I should start with?

-Reina

A:

Dear Reina,

I'll create my own tutorial for you!

To maintain anonymity, all pictures will be taken in:

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 (source)

Anyway.

I've managed to perfect a decent "smoky eye" look, and I'll try to share it as best I can.  The photos are from my cell phone, so I apologize for the quality.

These are the brushes that I will use through the process: 

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The brush on the left (an angled liner brush) will be used for eyebrows and eyeliner.

The brush on the right (a C-shaped eyeshadow brush) will be used for eyeshadow.

Here's my clean and make-up free face:

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First, the eyebrows need to be filled in.  I always use the darkest shade of L'Oreal® Colour Riche "Snooze Addict" eyeshadow for my eyebrows.

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I only did it on the left eye here for comparison.  Some people get really into sculpting and contouring their eyebrows, but I simply add more colour.

Next is the eyshadow.  I use the L'Oreal® Colour Riche "Black Pump" set for eyeshadow, and use the C-shaped eyeshadow brush throughout the process.

Using the lightest, white shade, I highlight the inside of my eyelid, and the underside of my eyebrows.  The white eyeshadow makes the eyes look larger and wider.

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I use the next shade and brush over the rest of the eyelid, like so:

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Now comes the smoky part of the "smoky eye."  Using the middle shade, I contour the outside of the eye, making sure not to go past the eyebrow.  It takes very little of these darker colours to cover the eyelid, so don't put too much on the brush.  Make sure you blend.

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The eyeshadow is done!

Now it's time for the eyeliner. 

I actually don't like using eyeliner pens, so I use this Mary Kay® "Coal" eyeshadow with the angled brush.  

Try and keep the eyeliner on the INNER rim of the eyes, otherwise you might end up looking like this.  It definitely takes practice to apply eyeliner to the inner rim, so you might poke yourself in the eye the first couple times.  Don't give up!

I also only apply eyeliner to the OUTER HALF of the lower lid, never the whole lower lid, just because it doesn't look good with my eye shape.

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With the eyeliner on the inner rims, my eyes still have an outline, but it is less likely to smudge and get rubbed off throughout the day.

Now it's time for my favourite part: the mascara.  I use CoverGirl's® Full Lash Bloom Mascara.

If you choose to use an eyelash curler, run it under hot water or a hairdryer for a couple of seconds.  It's like a curling iron: the warmer it is, the easier it curls the eyelashes.  Don't burn yourself, though!

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Apply 2-3 coats of mascara to both the top and bottom eyelashes, but be careful not to smudge any mascara on your completed eyelids. 

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Ta-da!
 
When you learn how to do this better, the whole process only takes about 7-10 minutes.  I myself only mastered this technique in my sophomore year of college, so be patient with yourself.
 
If you want a more casual and everyday look, I recommend skipping the dark eyeshadow step.
 
Make sure that you ALWAYS wash makeup off your face before you go to bed.  I also recommend using a gentle lotion to keep skin clean and moisturized.  I use Pond's® Dry Skin Cream.
 
-April Ludgate
Question #86195 posted on 04/20/2016 12:41 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

It's hard for me to believe in religion when it seems to be on a societal decline. How do you deal with trusting religion when very few people do these days?

-i want to believe

A:

Dear I want to believe,

I was at a Q&A with Elder Christofferson on Sunday and this seemed like a good question for him because often talks about worldly philosophies in General Conference. So I read it to him and also asked him to talk about how to resist the influence of secularism in this age. This was his answer (paraphrased and interpreted somewhat by necessity), which he gave me permission to repost:

Secularism is gaining momentum. It's happened before, it's not a recurring new cycle. It's a problem of memory and remembering. Parents not teaching what they know, and the meaning gets lost. My generation has failed their children by not doing a good job of teaching - the first post-war generation. It reminds me in the Book of Mormon when children who were small when King Benjamin when they began to grow up they were not believers so it's interesting to think their parents had that experience were so changed by it - their hearts were changed and it was wonderful and miraculous. But they didn't teach their children.

Be great teachers and break that cycle. If you want to help others, ask yourself: are you willing to consider the possibility of the gospel/a belief in God being true? If no, that's it for now but if yes... Mosiah 26, many of the rising generation couldn't understand King Benjamin and didn't believe and their hearts were hard. We can't force. We do not have the power to convert. Provide opportunity and if they are open the process can begin. Plant the seed that Jesus was the Son of God and that he can save us by his grace. Study to enlarge your memory of God and his work. Then do all you can to teach others.

Here's an assignment for you: prepare a one-page summary of the Plan of Salvation. No longer than one page, so it is concise. Know it well.

He went on to talk about how he did this and how he thought he understood and how much more this made him understand but I couldn't keep up.

His answer was very much directed at me because I said someone asked me this question and he talked a lot about how to help other people not be influenced. But I think that it gets at something essential for anyone wanting to believe in a religion: to not be influenced by secularism, study the gospel! Also, it can help to recognize that both theism and atheism are, to an extent, the products of things that are taught or the absence thereof. The decline of religion is something that has happened before and has a lot to do with how parents rear and teach their children.

He returned to the idea of secularization when someone else asked a question about whether there was more happiness or unhappiness in the world, and I think it was still relevant. I think he really liked your question and still had it in mind.

In the end, happiness is based on living according to the commandments of God. The law of God means if there is no law, there is no sin, no righteousness or happiness, or punishment or misery. Sin leads to unhappiness, righteousness to happiness. Both come from the law. People don't like to be miserable, or the law of God. So they erase the law, say "Do what you feel", your truth. Things are only relative. No law, no sin. But it also erases righteousness and happiness. Keep the law, stay on top, and you'll be happy. 

[Individual] secularization yields disappointment. Happiness comes from gratitude for your blessings. It brings a sense of happiness and peace.

So what I got from that is that one way to increase faith is to follow God's law and see if the promised blessings come. Plant the seed and try to see the fruit to determine if the seed is good, so to speak.

I hope you found his response helpful. Either way, I felt like you might want to know what his answer was even if it was directed at the messenger of the question rather than the question asker. And thanks for asking your question, I'm really excited to do my assignment to do a one page summary of the Plan of Salvation and I felt like I understand better what I will need to do as a parent one day! 

-A writer

Question #86150 posted on 05/05/2016 10:34 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I am training for a rolling down the hill tournament during the summer. It will be a fairly substantial hill with a decent decline (incline?). The biggest rule is that one has to roll horizontally (rather than somersaults).

Anyways, so 2 questions:

1. What is the optimal way to roll down a hill based on speed? How should I hold my arms?

2. How do I control the dizziness? Should I look in a certain direction? Spin counter to my roll before going down?

-Any advice would be helpful

A:

Dear High Roller,

Are you ready for some science? 'Cause I did some science!

After an unsuccessful attempt at trying to get the whole Board to do this I bravely took it upon myself to science this.

I had just gone on a date to Red Robin and I ate the "Banzai" which is a huge burger smothered in Teriyaki sauce with grilled pineapple, so I thought, "What better time to go rolling down hills than now?" So off I went to Rock Canyon Park to test out my hypothesis. 

Hypothesis

The fastest way down would be a position where the body was slightly lifted off the ground rather than lying prostrate and rolling. As for dizziness, I assumed looking up or down would be best as opposed to keeping my head looking in a natural forward position.

Experiment

I wanted to thoroughly test this so I came up with 4 different positions for rolling down the hill.

1. Arms straight up, head looking at my hands.

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2. Arms down, head looking down.

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3. On hands and knees with arms in a circle, head looking at hands.

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Here's a look at my arm position on this one.

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4. Fetal position.

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As you can see from my face, I was very excited to do some science (though I was basically just smooshing my face in the ground for #2) and I enthusiastically ran to the top of the hill to start. I rolled 4 times, once for each type of roll. I started at the same dandelion at the top of the hill (where a bee was just chillin' and cheering me on) and rolled until I hit a certain mark from the freshly cut lawn near the bottom of the hill. Here are the results of the science:

Type of Roll Time Dizziness (1 - 5, 5 being dizziest) Accuracy
Arms up 20+ sec 4.5 Very diagonal
Arms down 11 sec 5 slightly diagonal
Circle arms 7 sec 3.5 barely diagonal
Fetal 8 sec 4.5 barely diagonal

 

 

 

 

 

Analysis

Rolling with my arms up was the most comfortable position but the least accurate. As I rolled, I completely lost track of my position on the hill and drifted far to the side. This caused my time to suffer in this position. Looking at my hands did little if anything to prevent dizziness.

Rolling with arms down was much more accurate but an unexpected result was that my shoulders were hitting the ground with each roll. So my time improved because of my accuracy but discomfort was higher because of the constant banging of my shoulder to the ground. Looking down caused even more dizziness than looking up. I needed a full 30 seconds to recover from the roll.

Rolling with circle arms allowed me to have more control over my movement when I would get off course. I tried spotting using this technique but I started rolling so fast it was all I could take to just keep my head from hitting the ground, though initial spotting helped me keep a straight path. Again, I hit my shoulder with each roll, this time, with much more force than with my arms down. My dizziness was much lower because I was rolling for a shorter amount of time, combined with my head being on the outside of the rotation instead of being at the center of the rotation. Another unexpected result was that I started getting some small air after some rolls (imagine rolling a barrel down a hill, it bounces) which helped to go faster with few rotations.

Rolling sideways in the fetal position was fairly accurate as well. I did have some control to redirect myself if I needed to course-correct but less so than the circle arms. I hit my shoulder while rolling harder than with my arms down but less so than with circle arms. My dizziness went up again since my head was more towards the center of my axis of rotation. 

Other observations were that, no matter what you do, you will get dizzy when you roll down a hill. Who'd a thunk, right? The faster rolls require more physical endurance because of the constant impact.

Conclusion

My initial hypothesis was correct in that I assumed rolling while raising my body would be faster and it was. But my initial hypothesis was wrong in relation to dizziness. Basically, the faster you get to the bottom, the less dizzy you'll be (but you're still going to be dizzy). Focus on rolling to a certain destination rather than rolling really fast because accuracy is more important than speed in this case.

I hope this helps. Happy rolling!

-Spectre

Question #86132 posted on 04/20/2016 10:25 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

What is the 'proper' way to make a bed?

-Momma Chubbs

A:

Dear Chubbsy Momma,

It is a tranquil spring afternoon, and Frère Rubik is sitting at his desk in his room, happily surfing the interwebz. His phone begins to ring, and he sees that he is getting a call from Mère Rubik. He picks up the phone.

"Hey Mom! How is it—"

"[FRÈRE]! WHAT ARE YOU DOING RIGHT NOW?" Mère Rubik interrupts.

Startled, Frère looks back to his computer screen, which is currently displaying leekspin.com. Embarrassed, he switches tabs.

"Oh, you know, just working on some Board answers—"

"Well, why are you wasting time on the internet when your bed is an absolute mess?! Just look at it!"

Frère turns to look at his bed. He has to admit that it is, in fact, an absolute mess:

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"Well, you have a good point, Mom, but how did you know--"

"RUBIKVISION!" Mère Rubik responds.

"Ah, right," says Frère Rubik, knowingly. Mère Rubik is referring to the preternatural ability of Rubik family members to "see beyond," allowing them to remotely view events and locales without actually being present. But then,

"Wait. If you were using Rubikvision to look at my bed, why couldn't you see what I was doing—"

"[Frère]!" Mère Rubik snaps, "Stop pointing out the holes in your hastily constructed introductory narrative and make with the bed-making!"

So, without further ado, Frère Rubik proudly presents:

FOLK BED-MAKING WITH FRÈRE RUBIK!!!

No. How about

Frère's Fifteen Steps for Making the Perfect Bed:

Also no. TEN would kill me/vaporize me.

How about we just make the bed? Okay? Okay.

Step 1: Stripping the bed. 

This is the fun part: ripping all of the things off of your bed in preparation for washing. Squirrel has a rather fancy-pantsy way of doing it below, but I tend to just let my inner Rubik run wild until the bed is stripped and the blankets are sorted into piles for washing (sheets, pillowcases) and not washing (comforters, other blankets, mattress pads)

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(The washing pile is already in my laundry bag.)

Two things to note before we move on: 1) The mattress pad does not need to be washed with the sheets, so you can leave it on the mattress and 2) Depending on what material your sheets are made of/what laundry products you use, removing the sheets may result in enough static charge to spontaneously generate a Pikachu. If you have a Pokéball, go ahead and try to catch the little guy/girl, but if not, just let it be.

Step 2: Washing the sheets.

Take your washable pile to the Wash Hut, and use their washers and dryers to clean your laundry (experts have not yet reached a consensus as to whether or not this step can be performed in places other than the Wash Hut, such as other laundromats or laundry rooms within homes/apartments).

While you're there, entertain yourself by trying to beat Frère Rubik's high score on the Simpsons Pinball game.

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(That's totally my high score, guys. The whole jar thing is an old inside joke. I tried to get another high score and do something like FRÈ, but for one thing they don't have grave accents on pinball machines and for another I COULD NOT GET ANOTHER HIGH SCORE. I SPENT SO MANY QUARTERS, GUYS. SO MANY. ALL WHILE BART SIMPSON INSULTED ME. IT WAS MILDLY TRAUMATIC.)

Step 3: Put on the fitted sheet. 

Return to your bedroom. If you didn't catch the Pikachu earlier, it's presence may have caused other, smaller Pikachus (Minichus) to spawn in the area. While they are cute, you cannot successfully make your bed while they are there, so they will have to be removed. Hiding them amongst your roommate's possessions is usually quite effective.

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With the Pikachu problem taken care of, lift your mattress off of your bed frame and stretch the fitted sheet over the mattress. Any tags or seams on the sheet should be on the inside of the sheet, on the side that actually touches the mattress. Make sure to pull the corners of the sheet tightly over the corners of the mattress, and tuck any extra fabric under the mattress as tightly as you can.

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(The struggles of having an immobile bed that's also high off the ground. Also it's a lot darker because Addison decided to take a nap while I was out doing laundry.)

Step 4: Put on the top sheet.

With the fitted sheet snugly secured to the mattress, it's time to add the top sheet. Lay it flat on top of the bed, making sure it is straight and smoothing out any wrinkles (be sure to remove any lingering Minichus beforehand). Now, if you're going to be really proper, you'll center the top sheet so that equal amounts are hanging off of either side of the bed. If you're me, though (in which case, what the heck, when was I cloned? We should probably meet up to discuss this), you put more of the sheet on the side facing the bed so that it's easier to tuck in and make your bed in the mornings.

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Now, slide the bed back into the frame and then lift up the side not facing the bed. Pull the edge of the sheet further under the bed so that you get a really good tuck; this will make it easier for your bed to stay nice in the future (again, this is obviously easier if you're working on a real bed with a box spring instead of a ramshackle Provo apartment bed frame).

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Once the top sheet is good and tucked in, put the bed back in the frame and tuck in the other side. Once both sides are tucked in, fold the remaining sheet at the end of the bed under and tuck it in as well (or, if you want to be really fancy, follow the steps in this video to get the famous "hospital corners" known the world around in bed-making).

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Step 5: Add other blankets.

Using the same process in Step 4, add and tuck in any other blankets that you want on the bed, going from thin to thick. For me, this is just my big white comforter, which is very warm.

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Step 6: ACCESSORIZE!

By which I mean put the pillowcase back on your pillow, fold up any auxiliary blankets you didn't want as a permanent part of your bed, and make things look good. 

If you haven't been able to get rid of the Pikachu or the Minichus, you might as well just accept them into your life and make things comfy for them.

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That's it! Enjoy your clean, crisp, freshly made bed! To keep it feeling good, be sure to tuck the sheets and blankets in every morning after you get up; it'll go a long way toward keeping your bed nice.

-Frère Rubik

Question #86114 posted on 04/25/2016 9:18 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

You can wait until after finals on this one if you want. Or maybe it will prove a useful distraction.

Take a look at this synopsis of The Music Man. It follows a format where it describes what happens (and then puts the song title in parenthesis).

Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to take the following 25 songs and rearrange them to form a coherent musical, and then write one of those synopses for your new musical.

A Place to Stand, A Place to Grow -- Dolores Claman and Richard Morris
And Then You're Gone -- Pink Martini --
But Now I'm Back -- Pink Martini --
Canada Haunts Me -- They Might Be Giants
Canada -- Bobby Gimby
Canto a Nuevo León
Cloissonné -- They Might Be Giants
Come On Over -- Shania Twain
Don't Worry Be Happy -- Bobby McFerrin
The Stranger -- Billy Joel
Flor Pálida -- Marc Anthony
Four of Two -- -- They Might Be Giants
I'll Be There for You -- The Rembrandts
It's All Been Done Before -- Barenaked Ladies
Je Ne T'Aime Plus -- Pink Martini
Making Your Mind Up -- Bucks Fizz
Man! I Feel Like a Woman -- Shania Twain --
No Siento Penas -- Juanes
Poisoning Pigeons in the Park -- Tom Lehrer
The Creation of Man -- Scarlet Pimpernel
The Man With the Big Sombrero -- Pink Martini
The Riddle -- Scarlet Pimpernel
'Til There Was You -- Meredith Wilson
When Canada Rules the World -- Arrogant Worms
You May Be Right -- Billy Joel

-Rushin' to Broadway

A:

Dear Broadway,

Act I

Two families, Juarez and Garcia, live happy lives in Nuevo Leon, Mexico. They find their lives fulfilling, and are close friends, as the patriarchs Santiago and Tomas work together. Lorenzo Garcia and Maria Juarez are both eight years old and in the same class. They take pride in their Hispanic heritage and participate in an annual celebration of their Mexican background ("Canto a Nuevo Leon").

Just as the pageant ends, the phones of both fathers ring ominously. Their company has folded and they are now unemployed. The Juarez family leaves quickly to live with family in Ontario, Canada. As they arrive, they hear a Canadian school pageant, which signals just how drastically their lives have changed ("A Place to Stand, A Place to Grow").

Tomas Garcia finds a job in Quebec, and his family moves there. They find it difficult to adapt to the shift in culture, and Lorenzo struggles to adapt to speaking both English and French instead of Spanish ("Canada").

Five years pass, and Maria reaches her early teenage years. She is still resentful that her life was uprooted, and is struggling to find a place for herself in Ontario. She comes home crying, and her parents try to comfort and console her ("I'll Be There For You").

Five more years pass, and Lorenzo is eighteen and just entering the workforce. He tries to find a job, but finds it difficult because of prejudice against his Hispanic heritage. He is extremely frustrated, and angry at the people who are discriminating against him. Together with other frustrated Hispanic young men, he mocks the Quebec businessmen for being so snooty and arrogant ("The Creation of Man").

Both Lorenzo and Maria realize they're still unhappy in Canada, and ponder what they should do with their adult lives ("Making Your Mind Up"). They want to experience something new, and both decide to both to New York City, a place of limitless opportunities.

Maria finds a job as a poorly paid secretary. She enjoys the freedom of New York, but still feels unhappy and unfulfilled. She reflects that her life has been filled with unhappiness since she was eight years old ("Canada Haunts Me"). Lorenzo too arrives in New York, but doesn't find a job. He takes to playing his guitar in Central Park to earn a little bit of money, but is still cheerful and optimistic.

Maria goes for a jog in Central Park, and hears Lorenzo playing. She stops to listen, and suddenly recognizes him. They hug and are reunited, and spend hours catching up. Maria tells Lorenzo how unsatisfied she is, and how she doesn't know what she ought to be doing with her life. Lorenzo tries to cheer her up and remind her that life will bring many wonderful things ("Don't Worry, Be Happy").

Lorenzo and Maria see each other frequently, and their friendship is rekindled. Maria grows to rely on Lorenzo, and he admires her for being so driven. They spend a lot of time together, and begin to fall in love. Lorenzo reflects on how he and Maria fit together so well ("Flor Pálida").

Lorenzo and Maria declare that they love each other and begin a relationship. On their first date as a couple, they go dancing and tango for hours, celebrating their Hispanic heritage ("The Man with the Big Sombrero").

Act II

Maria and Lorenzo are blissfully in love, but Maria still feels burdened by the past, spending a lot of time talking about the past instead of the future ("When Canada Rules the World"). Lorenzo grows frustrated by her inability to move past old hardships. He tries to tease her to show her how ridiculous she's being, but Maria is offended by his insensitivity and they have their first big fight ("You May Be Right"). They continue to date, but things are tense between them.

Lorenzo is playing in Central Park when he sees a group of people singing ("Come On Over"). He approaches them, and sees that they are all stoned. They welcome him, and even offer him the opportunity to be a drug dealer. He is reluctant, and tries to leave, until they tell him how much money he can make. He is hesitant, but he still accepts. He even smokes his first joint, and inadvertently misses a date with Maria.

When he sobers up, Lorenzo realizes his mistake and hurries to Maria's side. He tries to apologize, but Maria can see that he is stoned, and is terribly hurt. She is afraid of what his new career will mean for their relationship, and feels she has no choice but to break up with him in order to protect herself from future heartbreak ("Je Ne T'Aime Plus").

Maria believes that she made the right decision, but is still sad to be without Lorenzo. She asks for the advice of her friends and family, who cynically assert that betrayal is inevitable, and that she was bound to get hurt ("The Riddle"). She resolves to get over him and stop lingering on the past.

Lorenzo becomes a successful drug dealer, and decides he should try one of the drugs he peddles. He take LSD, and goes on a serious trip ("Cloissonné"). He realizes how unhappy he is, and resolves to turn his life around and win Maria back.

Lorenzo shows up at Maria's door apologizing for his mistakes and asking her to give him another chance ("But Now I'm Back"). Maria promises him that she'll think about it, and goes for a walk to work through her feelings. She admits that her life was empty and directionless until she found Lorenzo, and that he was the only person that could make her happy ("'Til There Was You"). Even though she still loves him, she realizes that she can't trust him anymore, and therefore cannot rekindle their relationship.

She goes to his door and delivers the bad news ("And Then You're Gone"). Both of them are very upset, but Lorenzo accepts Maria's decision, even telling her that he understands. She leaves in tears, as Lorenzo tries to comfort her ("Don't Worry, Be Happy" reprise).

Mourning the consequences of his decisions, Lorenzo reflects on how much he loves Maria, and how she alone takes away life's pains. ("No Siento Penas"). He realizes that she inspires him to be a better person, and resolves to turn his life around in order to win her once and for all. He finds a real, well-paying job, and works hard to get clean.

Maria is heartbroken, but tries hard to move past it. She goes out to a club and gets drunk, trying to forget ("Man! I Feel Like a Woman"). She is hit on by a man, and tries to flirt back, but finds that her heart isn't in it. After a severe hangover, she realizes how much she misses Lorenzo, and what a mistake it was to reject him. She calls him and asks to meet with him the following day. He agrees, and hopes it means that she has forgiven him.

When the time of their rendezvous arrives, Maria doesn't show up. Lorenzo is heartbroken, and wonders why she is acting so strangely ("Four of Two").

Meanwhile, Maria is plagued by doubt. She remembers all the pain that Lorenzo caused her, and is again torn as to whether she ought to forgive and forget. However, she realizes that she cannot expect him to be perfect, and that she loves him in spite of everything ("The Stranger").

Feeling angry but nostalgic, Lorenzo is again playing guitar in Central Park, but is still feeling much more bitter and cynical than he used to ("Poisoning Pigeons in the Park").

Maria goes looking for Lorenzo, and finds him in Central Park. She explains how much she loves him, and that she's willing to forgive him if he will forgive her. They recall their tenuous past, but decide they have gone through enough heartbreak ("It's All Been Done Before"). Hand in hand, they commit to simply loving each other, and looking forward to a happy future together ("I'll Be There for You" reprise).

THE END.

Love,

Luciana

Question #86076 posted on 04/11/2016 6:54 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

My grandparents met at a dance at the Smith Fieldhouse during Thanksgiving break in 1959. I'm trying to find pictures from the dance to give to them for their anniversary. I've already looked in the old BYU Banyan yearbooks, but I haven't found anything. I know this is a longshot, but can you help me find pictures from this dance?

-Standish

A:

Dear Sadie,

Well, I found no photographs, but I did look through a Daily Universe microfilm down at the Family History library in the HBLL. I found a newspaper article talking about the dance that your grandparents met at, though it was an article announcing the dance, so there weren't any pictures. I looked through the next week of films but didn't find anything there either. So unfortunately all I can give you is an article announcing the dance your grandparents met at. Who knows? Maybe they both found out about it by reading the Daily Universe.

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Yeah, sorry about the horrible microfilm reproduction. You can't blame me for that.

Also, bonus, this picture was attached to the article; maybe one of them is one of your grandparents. Who knows?

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-Adelaide

Question #85993 posted on 04/02/2016 11:12 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I have a new Acer laptop (Aspire V -- touch screen), and it's pretty decent. (I've had much worse).

However, I was wondering if any of you, younguns, can tell me what this "I'm Cortana. Ask Me anything" phrase is on my screen in the bottom right corner (next to the windows/"start" button)? I don't know all the technical terms so here is an image of what I'm talking about: https://www.google.ca/search?q=i%27m+cortana+ask+me+anything&safe=active&espv=2&biw=1366&bih=643&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjVrPTsmefLAhXHUZQKHS0VC0cQ_AUIBygC#imgrc=MLVMqjDVmDXV_M%3A

How do I use it? Can I verbally speak to it (like Siri)? Or is it just a plain old search engine dressed up in a fancy name? How do I make the most of this new gadget???

-Fossilized Typewriter

P.S. Why the name "Cortana"? What's the inspiration for this name???
P.P.S. And for good measure, why is Siri named Siri?

A:

Dear Aerodactyl,

The Goose Girl explained where the name came from so I will explain what it is for.

Cortana is basically a digital assistant like Siri. The little phrase "Ask me anything" is meant to be clicked on and used like a search bar. You can use Cortana to search for files or pictures on your computer, to search for things on the internet, to do math, to create reminders on your computer, to set alarms and more.

I always feel like I should put pictures in when I describe technical things, so here are some pictures! When you click on the bar something like this should pop up.

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And there should be some news stories and other things Cortana thinks you are interested in. All of Cortana's different uses can be found by clicking the "?" on the left-hand side.

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Yes, you can talk to her if your computer has a microphone and you click on the microphone button in the search bar.

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You can also change your settings so Cortana will start listening to you as soon as you say "Hey Cortana." If you want to enable speaking to Cortana click on the Book underneath the House on the left hand side. Then click "Settings".

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Then click the button that says 'Let Cortana respond to "Hey Cortana."'

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And then you can talk to your computer! Do you like terrible jokes? Just say "Hey Cortana, tell me a joke."

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Or, for more useful things could say, "Hey Cortana, go to facebook.com" or "Hey Cortana, open Microsoft Word" and Cortana will open it in your default browser. You can also just type a url like "homestarrunner.com".

As a note, saying "Hey Cortana" has worked off and on for me. It normally works when I have just booted up my computer but if I'm doing a bunch of other stuff on it already then it doesn't hear me when I say "Hey Cortana." When it does work, though, it feels like I'm living in the future.

TL;DR: Cortana can be a very useful tool or a nice search bar with a name.

-Spectre

Question #85968 posted on 03/31/2016 11:54 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Are there more fish or bugs on this earth?

-Shanimal

A:

Dear person,

There are approximately 10 quintillion (10,000,000,000,000,000,000) bugs.

There are 2 billion (2,000,000,000) tonnes of fish or 2,000,000,000,000 kilograms.

I couldn’t find anything on the internet that lets me know what what the average fish size is. But let’s assume that, on average, fish weigh 5 grams. I think this is a low estimate, but going low is good because it means there will be more total fish to compete with total number of bugs.

That said, even though we guessed that fish are small, this estimate would still only yield a total of 400 trillion (400,000,000,000,000) total fish. So bugs still win. By a lot.

To give you an idea of just how many more bugs there are, if the 5 gram estimate is accurate there would be 25,000 times as many bugs as fish. Let's just visualize this for a moment. For every 1 fish,

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There would be 25,000 bugs:

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