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Top Ten Unanswered Physics Questions
(submitted by Deeeeva)
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
(Haflagent, Good Ol' Horseface)
Despite particles of opposite charge attracting each other, how is it that beautiful woman never seems to walk your way?
How did my pants get up there?
How far past empy can a vehicle actually go?
Why, oh why, can't I start a toilet paper roll without losing half the roll?
Who put the bop in the bop-shoo-bop-shoo-bomp?
Have you ever worn a hat for a while, and then taken it off and it felt like you were still wearing it? What is that? I mean, really?
Why are the stars at night big and bright deep in the heart of Texas?
(Good Ol' Horseface)
How do many Americans break laws of inertia by stopping what they're doing and watching Scooby Doo?
(scooby dooby doo, where are you?)
When you ask your professor to explain one little detail, how come he never gives you the short answer?
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