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changing results by measuring them
Sounds like the old Heisenburg Uncertainty Principle in affect with the humor. It is humorus until we try to observe the seperate properties of whether it is funny and why it is funny, we can know whether it is funny or not, but if we try and understand why it is funny, it changes the outcome of it being funny. Conversely, if we know exactly why something is funny, we can not really precisely know if it truly is funny.