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post #31 of 43
Because the sky is blue...

Physics, Butter is heavier than bread, If you just dropped a piece of bread without butter Which side would it land on???
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post #32 of 43
Depends on the length or the lick (size of the tongue ) And the passion to get to the middle. Can YOU stop there ??
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post #33 of 43
The sky is blue becuase its the reflection of the ocean in the atophshere

It takes 3 licks to the center of a tootsie pop

buttered bread lands butter side down becuase of the densitity and weight of the butter/spread

Everything is better with butter

the sea is green becuase of algae which is the source of all life.
post #34 of 43
The Buttered toast theory explored by the Mythbusters and with a little extrapolation is as follow:

From the height of an average table (or counter) a buttered toast facing upwards and lazily falling off the table with a side motion (starting horizontally) can only make 1/2 of a revolution before hitting the ground hence fall buttered side down.

The sky is blue because Oxygen (O2) in the atmosphere scatters the colour blue out of white light. The atmosphere is so thick that this scattering appears blue. Ozone (O3) scatters UV light (a higher energy level of blue light). Dust in the atmosphere scatter the colour red hence the reason sunsets are orange/red because according to the angle the sunlight traverses low atmosphere heights (more dust) and travels a thick atmospheric path before reaching your eyes.

green sea?

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post #35 of 43
Taking the fun out of the fun......... Science belongs in the Lab..............:lol:
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post #36 of 43
I had an inkling I went to far....
I had a Cliff Claven moment (chuckle)

Luc H.
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post #37 of 43
Hey Normy



a pic of norm

post #38 of 43
You can never go too far, Luc, but keep trying

slhe
post #39 of 43
:lol::lol::lol:
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post #40 of 43
So, y'all know the story of the time the bread landed buttered side up?

Happened in a small town in the Russain Pale, and the good housewife was appaled. So she ran to the rabbi for an explanation.

The rabbi peered at the sky, pulled on his beard, and said it was beyond him. But there was a Tamudic scholar in the next town who would probably know.

So, the goodwife and the rabbi traveled to the next town, and told the scholar what had happened. He too merely stared off into the distance, stroked his beard a time or three, and said hie could explain it. But there was the greatest scholar of all living one town over. Maybe he could explain it.

So the goodwife, and the rabbi, and the talmudic scholar traveled to the next town to confer with this greatest of all scholars. He told them to come back in a week and he would have the answer.

A week goes by. the goodwife, and the rabbi, and the talmudic shcolar arrive back at the door of this greatest of all scholars. He invites them in, pours tea, and tells them he has studied the matter at great length, consulted to Talmud, the Gemorah, and even the Book of Caballah. But, at last he had found the answer.

Turning to the goodwife, he said,

"It is obvious, my dear, that you buttered the wrong side!"

Which brings us back to my first resonse. :smiles:
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They have taken the oath of the brother in blood, in leavened bread and salt. Rudyard Kipling
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post #41 of 43
Chuckle... that was a good one KYH!!!

Wow for a silly question this post is getting quite long.... wonder how long we can keep at it...
(I smell a challenge!!!!!)

Luc H.
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post #42 of 43
BUTTERED BREAD ON THE BACK OF A CAT: WHAT FALLS FIRST.

Daniel D. Van Hoy wrote:
>Just think: When you drop a cat from a few feet, it lands upright.
>Also think: When you drop a piece of buttered bread, it lands with
>the buttered side down
>Now think: If you strapped a piece of buttered bread to the back
>of a cat, which would land first.



post #43 of 43
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Very good KYH :)

Ghetto...I'll leave that to the experts....or maybe it becomes an anti-gravity machine and just hovers an inch from the floor due to total confusion
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