The world’s leading scientists still like to be seen explaining their brilliant findings with indecipherable scrawling on blackboards.
‘It just makes my theories appear even more brilliant and amazing,’ said brilliant physicist Dr Jonathan Moore. ‘People just look at my scribbling and think I must be a genius. Stuff that looks like formulae impresses.’
Dr Moore says he’s waiting for the day he gets the Nobel Prize ‘when I can really have a good scribble’, illustrating the point with an impressive looking algorithm hurriedly scrawled on his blackboard.