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[Phys-L] Re: Physics (chem.) Humor

Well the word "and" should be "an." Just too early for my brain. orange has pulp.....more or less the outer skin. A few
years back there was a hit movie...Pulp Fiction. So when an orange
slides there is friction between the pulp and the plane...thus Pulp
Friction. A play on words if you will.
A student thought this up many years ago. I am still charmed by it.

herbgottlieb@JUNO.COM 3/23/2005 8:54:40 AM >>>

On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 06:41:34 -0800 Glenn Malin <GMalin@IUSD.ORG>
And for something completely different:
What do you call an orange sliding down and inclined plane?

Pulp Friction

Please explain.....
... unless I'm the only one whose
having trouble with this one.


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