Monday, May 9, 2011

Filler Post!


   Hypothetically speaking, if you traveled to the North Pole and were to find the actual apex of the Earth and proceeded to quickly jog around that exact spot, could you not technically say that you have ran around the world? And not only that, but did it in a matter of a few seconds!

Beat THAT, ya prick!

60 comments:

  1. 1) fly to north pole
    2) run around pole of earth
    3) ????
    4) profit.

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  2. That's a pretty good point!

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  3. I like the bacon flaverrr =P Yes technically it is running around the world (gheez I hate using the word technically).

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  4. Then I would feel pretty awesome.

    +follow

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  5. I'm not sure if that's how it works...

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  6. I would have a feeling that if I did run around the world like that, the dumb girls in my classes wouldn't get it...

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  7. Ha, you reminded me of myself when I was like 10. I asked my uncle why was it not possible to go back in time if you flew against your time zone. Now that I think about it, I was a little old to be asking stupid questions.

    Ha...(That would be cool btw)

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  8. I'm not sure it'd be worth the journey to the North Pole, you may be eaten by a polar bear.

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  9. lol, good point. Definitely something worth bringing up in your next book club meeting.

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  10. Yes, technically, you could

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  11. Good point, I never thought of that before.

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  12. I had this exsact discussion with someone the other day. It's enlightening to see I wasn't the only one.

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  13. I'd love to go to the north pole, and running around the world in seconds would be a bonus.

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  14. I would feel like it was cheating even though it isn't.

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  15. Heh, I'd say that's only running around the pole, not the world ;)

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  16. that's cheating!...somehow :P

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  17. Tiptoe at the apex and spin on one foot! even faster :D

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  18. Welp, this just made it on my list of things to do.

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  19. You can do that!? I've been running around the equator the whole time...

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  20. You know, I've never really though about it that way. Now I want to do this just to say I did.

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  22. lol ive thought of this before...yea i guess technically you could say that

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  23. that would've been awesome !

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  24. You could say that you ran around the north pole, but it wouldn't be running around the world any more than running in a circle anywhere else on the planet is. Sorry to burst the bubble.

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  25. I disagree with The Suit. It is not the same as just running in a circle, but I think that you have to rephrase that. Something like that you have circled the axis of the world in that matter of a few seconds as this would actually be true.

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  26. I think i may just have to do that...

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  27. Hey that's cheating, but I like the thought :p

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  28. tbh id say no, running round the world implies you run in one direction until you've made it all the way round :P

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  29. Ummm... well you wouldn't be running around the world.. just... running around the North Pole. Or, that you ran through all the time zones! Both of those things sound equally cool

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  30. Hahahaha i think thats bending the rules a little :)

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  31. Wouldn't you also be traveling faster then time on earth, this is a confusing idea haha.

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  32. Yeah, technically you would. That's really cool

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  33. Hehhehe nice explanation heh. Thanks for share, i must say to my friends about it.

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  34. need...moree...postss...where'd u go? :(

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