Professor invents a device that creates two half-sized duplicates of any object. Bender uses this device to create copies of himself, so he doesn't have to work, but things quickly get out of control.
Did You Know?
Professor Farnsworth's device is labeled, "Banach-Tarski Dupla-Shrinker". The Banach-Tarski Paradox is an actual theorem in mathematics, which holds that a three-dimensional sphere (also known as a "3-ball") can be decomposed into a finite number of pieces, which can then be reassembled into two duplicates of the original sphere. (Both of them the same size as the original, unlike the half-size replicas created by Professor Farnsworth's invention.) See more
Prof. Hubert J. Farnsworth
I was lying here snoozing, dreaming, oddly enough, about bathing in champagne with six of the world's most distinguished scientists, when suddenly I realized my bathwater has been transformed into alcohol.
[Tastes water from brush
[Picks up bathtub and drinks from drain
Philip J. Fry
Chug! Chug! Chug! Chug!
It's like fine cognac with a hint of aged scrotum.