>> By adding a very expensive carpet to the brew and offsetting that
>>with a bucket of water on the cat just before release, a reasonable
>>approximation to matter/anti-matter interactions can be generated.
>True. We should add THIS to the proposal for investigation, Ken. Could you
>work up some figures? Do include some with slashes and triangles, just to
>make them really complicated-looking . . . .
Done as directed.
deltas, etc. were not used out of respect for those whose systems convert
them to alt-codes
meow and raowr tend to be indeterminate, but are thought to be related to
the state of wakefulness of the subject (ok, dominant) feline.
GG is the constant of Guinness (used as a wetting agent, not that a cat
won't wet where it will) -- also used as the international symbol for glug-glug.
L'H is obviously the hair length of the involved kitty. Normally >.25"<4".
Fine tuning may be accomplished with clippers.
M = Kitty's mass -- best taken at rest -- may vary during the other four to
six hours of the day.
The assumptions were testing with the assistance of a grey mixed-breed
6-year-old with 1.5" (average) hair. Within 2 minutes, the pickup had been
transformed into a Greyhound bus. When the kitty spied the Greyhound, there
was a distinct possibility of overrevving, so the experiment was terminated
(drove the Greyhound around to the other side of the house, out of sight of
Total energy released: in the order of 21.6 terajoules/sec.
Conclusion: A precisely-positioned constellation of counter-rotating
Kittitrons (tm, pat. pend.) could easily handle such tasks as alteration of
the earth's spin, starship drives, etc. Individual units on a smaller scale
would have no trouble accomodating household tasks such drilling in caliche,