They're crunching numbers all day, how do they find the time to swim?
Well, before swimming, they have to check the fluid density and temperature of the water, make sure that the root-mean-square speed of the molecules, well...
I'll have to conclude no.
They try, but they always observe the water too intensely and collapse the wave function.
I know, that was bad. Sorry!
Don't be sorry, I already ran a series of bad jokes.
I got one I got one...
They need to use...wait...
In order to keep from sinking they have to use... hang on...just a minute...
It's no problem if they use floating point algorithms!
Huh? Yeah? Huh?
There's a story Archimedes took a bath once, but that may be apocryphal, so I don't think we can confidently assume physicists even bathe.
First, assume that the body of water is spherical...
No, they don't swim.
I remain stationary and the water (and pool) move past me - can't work out why I'm so tired afterward..
They either swim... *puts on shades* ...or they don't.
They are swimming and not swimming - until you observe them.
Separate names with a comma.