[QUOTE]Originally posted by Joe_Cool
If cats are curled up in curled-up dimensions, does that mean cats have six dimensions of square curlage, equal to 6c2? What are the implications of this?
At least two of my experimental apparatuses are capable of curling in at least six dimensions. My third is comprised of a larger proportion of lipids, which would appear (at least in this small sample) to inhibit the curling tendency.
I am not sure of the implications (felinophysics not being my strong suit), but as an enlightened dilletante, I offer the observation that c
seems to increase in inverse proportion with the ambient temperature. I propose, though I have not been able to confirm, that as you approach absolute zero, c
would approach infinity.
I leave that experiment for that weirdo Schroedinger; he likes to mess around with cats. Where's the SPCA when you need them?