Posted by Jock on September 15, 2005 at 21:52:13 from 22.214.171.124 user Jock.
In Reply to: Re: Purely AR: posted by Owen Roberts on September 15, 2005 at 14:54:26:
I found this on another message board. AR connection = flat tire + Tarboard connection = Hobbel N. Kramp.
I think this has to do with the uncertainty principle and Schroeder's cat (or was it Charlie Brown's dog?). If no one is watching the tires, they have a 50-50% chance of being flat, so one day they're flat, and the next day they're full of air. But as long as you're watching them, they have to behave normally. The solution is to keep the bike in the living room, so the tires will have to behave. Another solution is to put the bike in the closet when the tires are flat and not take it out until you find them full of air.
There must have been two cats. Or perhaps half the time the cat belonged to Schroeder and the other half of the time to Schroedinger.
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