Descent (Star Trek: The Next Generation) Part 1
Hawking: But then I said, "In that frame of reference, Mercury's perihelion would have precessed in the opposite direction!"
Einstein: That’s a great story! (笑的合不攏嘴...)
Data: Quite amusing, Dr Hawking. Sir Isaac, the joke depends on an understanding of the curvature of space-time. If two non-inertial reference frames are...
Newton: Do not patronize me, sir. I invented physics. The day the apple fell on my head was the most momentous day in the history of science.
Hawking: Not the apple story again!
Data: That story is generally considered apocryphal.
Newton: What? How dare you!
Einstein: Perhaps we should get on to the game? Now, where were we? Yes, you raised Mr. Data four. Which means that the bet is seven to me?
Newton: The bet is ten! Can't you do simple arithmetic? I don't know why I'm here in the first place. What is the point of this ridiculous game?
Data: When I play poker with my shipmates, it is often a useful forum for exploring the different facets of humanity. I was curious to see how three of history's greatest minds would interact in the setting. So far, it has proved to be most illuminating.
Einstein: And profitable! (奸笑...)
Data: Can we get this over with, please?
Newton: It's your bet.
Hawking: I raise 50.
Newton: Blast! I fold.
Data: I fold as well.
Einstein: The uncertainty principle will not help you now, Stephen. All the quantum fluctuations in the universe will not change your cards in your hand. I call. You are bluffing, and you will lose.
Hawking: Wrong again, Albert.
(Broadcasting) Red alert. All personnel to duty stations.
Data: We will have to continue this another time. End program.