Cool!

Best. Rickroll. EVER.

Rickrolling–duping people into linking to something to do with Rick Astley and his ghastly 1987 hit–is pretty much done.  Unless, of course, you find a way to freshen things up the way Sairam Guidiseva did.

Sairim, a physics student, wrote a very good, very thorough essay on Niels Bohr’s theories of quantum physics.  But a closer look at what he wrote revealed this:

Rickroll physics paper

Click on the image to get a better look.  A tip of the hat to you, sir.

(Via io9)

 

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