There's rarely a day when Twitter ceases to amaze us. Quite often you come across posts to memes to unique perspectives on current scenarios that are outright hilarious. And today, we have news from a college in Andhra Pradesh.
A science department that mistook Heisenberg of uncertainty principle for Heisenberg of Breaking Bad. (2019, AP) pic.twitter.com/aEmacYEv5V— Rahul M (@twrahul) May 12, 2021
An image captured by Rahul M shows how the science department of the college mistook Bryan Cranston as the real Werner Heisenberg. In the image you can see legendary contributors in the field of science including Max Planck, S. Cannizaro, Friedrich Wohler along with an image of Bryan Cranston. Clearly, someone mistook Cranston for the real Heisenberg and it's just cracking us up.
The American actor had popularised his alias of Heisenberg through his renowned TV series Breaking Bad. In the show, Cranston plays a Chemistry teacher who spirals out to becoming one of the baddest villains we have ever seen on TV shows. Once Cranston's character turns to the world of crime and drugs, he operates under the alias Heisenberg. For reference, here's a picture of the real Werner Heisenberg who is known for his famous Uncertainty Principle.
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We don't blame the staff for framing Cranston's image and putting it up there with the legends though. If you google images for 'Heisenberg' the search engine returns various results, most of which are images of Bryan Cranston from Breaking Bad. It's a bit surprising that Google shows these results when you are actually looking for images of the German theoretical Physicist. But then again, Google isn't perfect when it comes to judging the intent of the search.
Nonetheless, the honest mistake is making people crack up at the irony of the situation. Here's what they had to say about it:
Simply hilarious. Sombody simply googled Heisenburg and used the first picture they got .
When you search for Heisenberg's pic while being high on crystal— Jaysriram Roy (@JaysriramR) May 13, 2021May 14, 2021
le real Heisenberg: pic.twitter.com/Pn1oWtvgnQ— @PUNchayat (@PUNchayatiiii) May 13, 2021
I hope kids are not taking online chemistry classes from him, they might end up cooking— Abhi (@abhishekbharti9) May 13, 2021
Nothing wrong even he deserves to be up there— puppet (@SQLExplore) May 14, 2021
Students in class.. pic.twitter.com/g8ZPOiiRei— Dr.Gaurav Wadgaonkar (@DrGauravW) May 13, 2021
They should be understand
"Yeh physics wala h kya" pic.twitter.com/bKsXa7Z8sy
Must be subscribing to the Daily Guardian. Or a very clever easter egg.— Nitin (@NitinVgeorge) May 13, 2021
So, um. pic.twitter.com/08k4NP1Kes— Dahi Bhalla | 🇵🇸 (@waltentiern) May 13, 2021