Sunday, April 25, 2010

On Impossible Things

6 Things Which Are Impossible:
  1. Altering the coefficients of any of the four fundamental forces (gravity, electromagnetism and the strong and weak nuclear forces) within the confines of the three common physical dimensions, width, depth and breadth.
  2. Boiling distilled water at temperatures lower than 212˚F at sea level.
  3. Proving with any significance that we are, or at leas I myself am, not currently alive.
  4. Accelerating any subluminal mass to speeds greater than the value of c in a perfect vacuum.
  5. Lowering the temperature of anything anywhere ever to or less than -273.15˚C, or raising it above (1.416785(71) × 1032)˚C.
  6. Me ever enjoying a Sandra Bullock movie.


  1. I had to read this one, to make sure it wasn't completely lifted from our conversation box. Or vice versa, though I did give you the prompt. And look at this--it is. Weak, Zucker. Weak.

  2. You're just that much of an inspiration.

    And to be fair, the first half was lifted from our conversation. The second half of our conversation was lifted from here.


  3. Just to be a prick I will boil as much water as I like at sea level with the help of a vacuum.


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