FUCK YOU JAPAN THAT'S NOT WHAT THE THOUGHT EXPERIMENT WAS TRYING TO CONVEY.
EVERY FUCKING TIME FFFFFFFFFFFFFF
It took me a glance at the key shortcuts to find the setting so you're just fucking retarded.
Everything's default. I've always had to printscreen for subtitle screenshots for years over multiple reformats. It plays everything out of the box so I don't touch shit.
The 'autosave' F5 just saves it to the default directory baka, Alt+I only allows you to choose where to save is all, still no subs.
Probably need a codec pack or some shit oh well.
But it fucking screencaps, which was the entire fucking point.
Also it defaults to capturing whatever state you're at right now. If you have subs turned on, it will capture with subs. Turned off, it will capture without them.
>Anno Domini 2016
>Still doesn't know how to work subs
I'm proud of you /a/!
They explain it in the anime
The whole "the cat is both alive and dead" is what follows from the Copenhagen Interpretation. The point of the experiment is that a cat can't be both alive and dead, therefore there's something wrong with the Copenhagen Interpretation
It's funny, the show that OP is talking about actually got it right. It's used as a counterargument to Copenhagen interpretation about quantum mechanics (wave-particle duality). The point is that the original view is silly because the cat can't both be dead and alive.
Fuck it mang. The thought experiment sucked. It was a better basis for people of the modern era to worship the mysticism of science than anything else.
If they don't get the absurdity either he fucked up the example OR he's wrong OR people are too stupid to bother repeating the story to.
All three are viable but the former and latter are all but confirmed.
Does that mean an experiment that works as a forum platform with a terrible voting system claiming to help and encourage conversation but actually has the opposite effect?
That's a rather weird experiment and no, I cannot thing of a "reddit" experiment. But Schrodinger's Cat doesn't fit that description either. Thus I can only assume that you either are illiterate or have mental issues.
Not that guy, but it was clearly meant as a reflection of the community there, they're not comparing the experiment to the actual forum platform, why would you even accept that as a possibility in the first place
I'm obviously joking, genius. And there is no "reflection of the community there" experiment, jesus fucking christ. Retards just keep replacing whatever words they feel like with "reddit" and think it makes them fit in. You're bringing up "reddit" in any kind of random discussion because your brain is so underdeveloped thanks to excessive exposure to memes that you actually think it's a term. Cancer.
>And there is no "reflection of the community there" experiment
He obviously meant that this is this would allegedly be the sort of thing Reddit's community would be all over. Whether or not this is actually true is entirely another matter.
I'm using x64 but haven't installed any codec packs or anything, just whatever it comes with plain, default settings.