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# Puzzle watch

1. damn that was my next guess too (in reply to 2776!)
2. (Original post by 2776)
Assuming that there is a hell and a heaven thus the angel could exist.

We pose a hypothetical hell, that is underneath our crust in the "centre of the earth" as it were. With vector (i, -kj) denoting the distance, with the vertical distance being negative if we take upwards as being positive. And k being a constant.

For heaven we pose that it is a distance (i, cj) above the horizontal at the zenith.

Now, we have an a posteriori argument building up:

As "she" thus denoting a female member of a species or object was wearing a swimsuit, thus her coefficient of friction to any other object is smaller, thus we assume that "she" jumps directly vertical downwards with no other movements. Indeed we can model her as a particle, with mass m and downward acceleration g.

Since we don't know how far up she "dived" from then we assume she dived from a distance s upwards. Thus modelling her speed we see that she falls with final velocity gt. When t is the time it takes to fall the distance s.

Since scientific reports show that a person will not live if their head was dropped from a distance from 6m, then assuming that she must go to heaven, we model s as:

s > or equal to 6m.

Thus we see that the particle in the sentence is described as falling form a height of 6m onto a surface woth a hypothetical coefficient of restitution (e) of 0.6 say.

Thus the particle will be able to hit the ground with a force of 6gm, and will rebounce upwards with: (e^2)h. upwards. i.e. towards heaven. Since she is dead and we pose the hypothetical presence of heaven we assume that she will become an angel. Thus the question is answered.
ROFL!!!!!!! Classic.
3. very good adhsur u defeated us all!
4. <inhales to let out a big:>

Boooooooooooooo!!!
RIGHT! *drum roll...* ta-ta-dum!!!

There was a huge building on fire. The fire engines/etc scooped up water from the nearby lake and chucked it onto the buildings. No prizes for guessing what also got scooped up.
I thought about that situation. But then dicredited it due to it being overused too mch.
RIGHT! *drum roll...* ta-ta-dum!!!

There was a huge building on fire. The fire engines/etc scooped up water from the nearby lake and chucked it onto the buildings. No prizes for guessing what also got scooped up.
oh thats rubbish!
RIGHT! *drum roll...* ta-ta-dum!!!

There was a huge building on fire. The fire engines/etc scooped up water from the nearby lake and chucked it onto the buildings. No prizes for guessing what also got scooped up.
A woman in a swimsuit, oh I see.
8. (Original post by Fly By)
oh thats rubbish!
Sorry pal.
Sorry pal.
whatever book you got, it aint worth it love
LOL. Someone's insecure
Yes, someone is.
11. LOL. Have you all had enough yet?
LOL. Have you all had enough yet?
one more then i am happy
13. oh noo,, you cant get rid of your post counts in your sig!!
14. Btw, I changed your sig juwel but it messed up. Can't be bothered sorting it out.
15. (Original post by Fly By)
oh noo,, you cant get rid of your post counts in your sig!!
It was tres silly.
Btw, I changed your sig juwel but it messed up. Can't be bothered sorting it out.
It's OK, I helped you out
It was tres silly.

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