“Is you is, or is you ain’t my cheese crust?”
Finally. Practical applications for Quantum Mechanics!
For those scratching their heads over this, the Schrödinger equation is the fundamental equation of the science of submicroscopic phenomena known as quantum mechanics. The equation, developed in 1926 by the Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger, has the same central importance to quantum mechanics as Newton’s laws of motion have for the large-scale phenomena of classical mechanics.
So if you still don’t get it, you’re in good company with about 99.9% of the human population.
Advanced calculations are needed for the frozen center of a pot pie… or a thermometer.
Now where’d that darn cat go…