If there is one topic that has always fascinated me outside of what I normally study, it will have to be time travel. And while the whole concept of time travel is purely theoretical (At least we can say, “What do we want? Time travel! When do we want it? It does not matter!”), it does stem from a lot of well proven concepts such as quantum mechanics, and other conjectures that are purely hypothetical, such as the multi world interpretation. Now, to someone who does not spend five hours a day on Wikipedia reading up on information that will only be useful in a knowledge faceoff against your friends, or write an introduction to a review here at APH Networks, Erwin Schrödinger proposed a thought experiment in 1935 to interpret quantum mechanics in terms of everyday objects. Basically, Schrödinger’s cat describes a scenario where, inside a sealed box, the cat inside can be both alive and dead at the same time, as its state is linked to events that happened prior. This concept is often applied to the multiverse hypothesis, where every event is a branch point. In this configuration, the cat can be both alive and dead even after the box is opened. This is made possible by interpreting them in different branches of the universe, where are both equally real, but also fully independent of each other. Unfortunately, in the world we live in, no matter how hard you try, the cat is going to be either alive or dead, not alive and dead at the same time. You really cannot get the fact of both universes. In the technology world, things might be a bit different. Can you make a power supply that is rated for a high wattage, fully modular, and compact at the same time? If Erwin Schrödinger was alive today, we might call that Schrödinger’s Strider Gold S ST85F-GS 850W. But since he is not, we will call it the SilverStone Strider Gold S ST85F-GS 850W. Read on to find out what is inside this sealed box!