Monthly Archive for August, 2008

Physical disability

Women proved themselves capable of excelling in every field.  They completed Herculean missions; scaled insurmountable heights.  But when it comes to Physics, they fail to grasp some basic physical laws.  They either don’t understand these laws or have utter disregard for them.  I believe a Physics 101 is in order.

Law of constant volume: The volume of an object is constant whichever way you bend it.  So the statement, “We can’t fit all the clothes if you just stuff them in the bag.  We need to fold the clothes properly” is not valid.

The law of uniform heat transference: It will take exactly the same amount of time for the wet towel to dry whether it is on the towel-hanger or on bed.

Law of non-magnetism of hands: Human hands do not act as magnets to bacteria, virus, germs and other vicious microbes.  Therefore, washing hands more than twice a day is utter waste of one’s valuable time.

Newton’s First Law: “Don’t throw the car keys in the sofa, you will lose them” contradicts Newton’s First Law.  The keys will continue to stay at rest on the sofa unless some restless force moves them.

Non-transitivity of physical objects: If person A touches an object and person B touches the same object, it is not equivalent to A and C touching and groping each other.  So it is perfectly alright to share a soap among a bunch of people.

Law of conservation of mass: Whichever way you squeeze the toothpaste tube, the amount of toothpaste in the tube does not reduce.

Law of opacity: Light does not travel through opaque objects.  Therefore, the state of disintegration of underwear is not visible to public through other opaque clothing.  So it is perfectly safe to use underwear until it is reduced to a few strands of threads.

Law of fixed boiling point under constant pressure: The gasoline in the gas-tank does not instantly evaporate as soon as the gas indicator lights up

Law of sound not being in visual spectrum: Eyes don’t have to be focused on the source of sound to hear the sound.  So when the eyes are looking at TV, ears can perfectly hear the sound coming out of somebody’s mouth.