Monday, February 18, 2013

Quantum Physics at Columbia University

Hat tip The Blaze

(Can't make this stuff up, folks.)

As we all know, nothing in America is prized as much as an Ivy League education. A degree from one of the Ivy League schools guarantees success in life. Most of our biggest brains and greatest presidents attended an Ivy league school. Nothing looks better on a  resume than a degree from one of these vaunted institutions of higher learning.

Like Columbia University, for example.

According to the below article in The Blaze, it costs about $22,000 a semester to attend Columbia. If you happen to be a parent of a Columbia student, here is what you are paying for.

Enter Professor Emlyn Hughes, who teaches a class in Quantum Physics.

Oh, don't worry about the offensive lyrics in the background music by some mope named L'il Wayne. You won't understand them anyway. But I guess I need to warn you.

And that, Ladies and Gentlemen is an Ivy League education.

(And you wonder how Barack Obama gets elected as president.)

1 comment:

The Jakes said...

Considering that this was merely part of his introduction, I don't think it's fair to judge his entire lesson based on that. How well does he do for the rest of the year? The thing is, Quantum Physics does require an extreme demonstration to get the students ready for what they're going to be dealing with. They definitely have to "unlearn" all of their preconceptions before they can begin to grasp the concept.