Its well known that gravity is caused by people having too many delicate
expensive things that have a high center of mass. Any anti-gravity device should
be made of cheap sturdy things. Cats aren't cheap, they may be picked up for
free, but they typically are high maintenence once they've got their claws into
your furniture (much like many women...).
"White, Ryan" wrote:
> 'When a cat is dropped, it ALWAYS
> lands on its feet; and when toast is dropped, it ALWAYS
> lands with the buttered side facing down. Therefore, I
> propose to strap buttered toast to the back of a cat.
> When dropped, the two will hover, spinning inches above
> the ground, probably into eternity. A "buttered-cat
> array" could replace pneumatic tires on cars and
> trucks, and "giant buttered-cat arrays" could easily
> allow a high-speed monorail linking New York with
> Source Unknown.
> Have a great week,
> Ryan v23.7
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