A new change in all our lifes...

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Apr 23, 2007

A new change in all our lifes... by Relys at 9:11 PM (2,057 Views / 0 Likes) 30 replies

  1. Relys
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    I'm sure such a great and intelegent member can help us all.. LET'S ALL GIVE IT UP TO OUR NEWIST MEMBER..




    ITCHY BALLS!

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    HE IS OUR SAVIOUR! [​IMG]
     


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    What...Is...The...Point of this?
     
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    Good point.....
     
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    When you make a thread like this you need some [​IMG] and...
    kitties!
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    I think this officially turns this into a kitty hijacked thread.

    One more for good measure
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    Especially when the firefox button is RIGHT THERE. I can see it!
     
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    I use firefox for "questionible" sites. [​IMG]
     
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    Then you are a 'questionable' person.


    And now: the applications of cats in physics.

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    Here's a slightly diffirn't version I made up, before I saw that gif.

    "When a cat falls, it always lands on its feet. And when a piece of toast is dropped, it always lands with the jelly side down. Scientist Relys has proposed that we strap large slabs of jellied toast to the backs of large cats. The two opposing forces (toast and cats) would cause each cat-toast combination to hover, spinning inches above the ground. We could build a high-speed electric train that would float on thousands of these cat-toast devices."

    -From "Science Today"
     
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    My esteemed colleague, I must object to this gross oversimplification. Your explanation could satisfy grade schoolers, but this is a sofisticated group, and I insist on a more detailed elaboration.

    While a cat will always land on its feet, the probability of a toast falling down spread-down isn't absolute. It is directly proportionate to the price of the carpet, and inversely proportionate to the possibility of the spread being washed out of it. Butter, jelly, even peanut butter, all awe-inspiring carpet-stainers, aren't unwashable enough to ensure the toast to fall down spread-side-down. The most staining/least possibly removed substance known to man is... chicken tikka-masala. In fact, with its stain coefficient, the probability of falling down spread-first is so great, the toast itself becomes immaterial. Anything smeared with tikka masala will fall down spread-first, especially if the carpet is extremely expensive; the probability is 100%. This means you can spread the sauce directly on the cats' backs, and produce the hovering effect.

    And the most expensive carpet is a pure white Persian rug.

    So the optimal solution to this problem would be a train suspended on cats with their backs smeared with chicken tikka-masala, driving over a rail upholstered with white Persian rug.

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    Excellent analysis. But why not smear it on a pure white Persian cat and see what happens?
     

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