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We have a cute fluffy kitten.  He's going for the snip next Monday.  Poor wee chap.

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No better than putting a cat in a wheely bin

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No,  better than putting a cat in a wheely bin 

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No better than putting a cat in a wheely bin

 

 

No,  better than putting a cat in a wheely bin 

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Oh well the thread I was going to start about gravity not being a force but merely the effects of the distortion of space due to the mass of objects bending space to the point that objects with a small mass cannot avoid colliding with objects of a larger mass will have to be left for now then.

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I take your simple problems and trump them with: women's emotions and consistency

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Oh well the thread I was going to start about gravity not being a force but merely the effects of the distortion of space due to the mass of objects bending space to the point that objects with a small mass cannot avoid colliding with objects of a larger mass will have to be left for now then.

 

Yes, yes, yes.  But how does that help one throw a cat in a bin?

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Yes, yes, yes.  But how does that help one throw a cat in a bin?

I could explain it, but I'm not allowed to. Its Einsteins hidden theory, never to be reveled.

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I could explain it, but I'm not allowed to. Its Einsteins hidden theory, never to be reveled.

Schrodingers cat?

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Yes, yes, yes.  But how does that help one throw a cat in a bin?

 Sounds like one for Schrödinger

 

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I take your simple problems and trump them with: women's emotions and consistency

 

 

trump?

 

Don't you mean "several orders of magnitude"? 

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Oh well the thread I was going to start about gravity not being a force but merely the effects of the distortion of space due to the mass of objects bending space to the point that objects with a small mass cannot avoid colliding with objects of a larger mass will have to be left for now then.

 

How about explaining the physics involved in firing a projectile from a firearm, at close range, into human little fluffy kitten flesh?

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Schrodingers cat?

Schrodinger was a cheat, he had all the answers. According to him the cat was dead and alive. Crafty answer for a bloke who doesn't know the answer.

 

Science Bod: Hey Schrodey, is the cat alive or dead?

 

Schrodey: Its alive and dead until you open the box.

 

Science Bod: What about when I open the box?

 

Schrodey: Then it'll be alive or dead.

 

Science Bod: Isn't that what you said before?

 

Schrodey: No one was an and the other was an or, logic dear boy logic.

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Schrodinger was a cheat, he had all the answers. According to him the cat was dead and alive. Crafty answer for a bloke who doesn't know the answer.

 

Science Bod: Hey Schrodey, is the cat alive or dead?

 

Schrodey: Its alive and dead until you open the box.

 

Science Bod: What about when I open the box?

 

Schrodey: Then it'll be alive or dead.

 

Science Bod: Isn't that what you said before?

 

Schrodey: No one was an and the other was an or, logic dear boy logic.

The sad thing is that "Schrody" was taking the ###### out of the absurdities of quantum mechanics which particles can be in two places at the same time or hold two contradictory states. Clearly a cat cannot be both alive and dead. Unfortunately scientists took him seriously.

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Fortunately, we're not scientists..well, not proper ones like Sev, that is. Learnt all I needed to know about the Quantum of Physics ( tunnel diodes, anyone?)  at college in 1967/68 and is been downhill ever since...but that'll be Newton;'s fault.

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