February 10, 2013
Gravity is a Mistake
A mistake that the Institute for Centrifugal Research** works tirelessly to correct. The ICR's "pioneering achievements in the realms of brain manipulation, excessive G-Force and prenatal simulations" are illustrated, quite vividly, in Till Nowak's short documentary, presented below. I beg you, please, wait for the "wedding cake" amusement ride.
Posted by gerardvanderleun at February 10, 2013 9:07 AM
Dr. Seuss designs carnival rides!
True story: At a carnival in a small Mexican village I joined some friend on the ol' Egg Scrambler ride. Problem was, the operator got to talking/flirting with some girl and forgot to stop the ride. At one point, you could feel your brain moving inside your head. It startled the stoic Aztec descendant when we screamed and begged for it to stop. I was sick for a day afterwards.
I no longer go to the movies anymore, since I only come out with a very expensively obtained migraine, with all the trappings of nausea, dizziness, and a desire for immediate death. I read somewhere that people aged 45 and over should stay off most carnival rides and not go to 3D movies, since they have a tendency to cause strokes.
Gravity would be all right if only everything were downhill. Anyway, it's probably better than anti-gravity, which is totally confusing.
An excellent study in reactions to speed of change with emphasis on the involuntary ones. Sanitation might be a problem.
I just know that he's working with Al on global warming now. The CNN asteroid effect is probably a real problem in temperature transfer.
Gravity is not a mistake. Gravity wins.
It's not a mistake, it's just mis-cued. You have to move the holes three pins back. Then gravity works just fine.