Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Poets And Writers

Poets And Writers

  Subjects who do this experiment in real life are a sight to behold. They twist and contort and lunge and jump. In the hopes of gaining even a millimeter of extra reach, they hold the pliers every which way, as if trying to figure out some secret handshake. Of course the pliers are the key, but not if used in the usual way. You must think instead about weight, motion, momentum. The solution is to tie the pliers to one of the pieces of string and give a gentle shove. Then walk calmly over to the other piece of string, turn around, and wait for the unreachable to come to you.

Poets And Writers

Poets And Writers

Poets And Writers

Poets And Writers

Poets And Writers

Poets And Writers

Poets And Writers

Poets And Writers

Poets And Writers

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