Originally posted by Achernar
Well what if the cat lands on its feet, but the toast tunnels through the cat, and undergoes a parity reversal? Then it'd still land butter-side down.
Another question. It's commonly believed that a cat with nothing on its back lands feet first. Where do people get off extending this to cats with cargo? And would it apply to a cat with, say, a refrigerator on its back?
And if the cat lands on it's feet with a refrigerator on its back? Then you have the problem of cleaning up the cat even if it has 9 lives
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There are millions of chords. There are millions of numbers. And everyone forgets the one that is a zero. But without the zero, numbers are just arithmetic. Without the empty chord, music is just noise. - Terry Pratchett - Soul Music