Wednesday June 18, 2008

This I Believe #32

It should be considered false advertising to claim that a car is propelled by a "Hybrid Synergy Drive" if that car is incapable of exceeding the speed of light, or, at least, of achieving high-γ sublight speeds.  Here's a rule of thumb: if you didn't have to adjust your watch when you arrived at your destination, no hybrid synergy occurred.

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I adjust my watch every time I drive from New Mexico to California. Does that count?

Posted by: Pat Mathews at Jun 21, 2008 6:13:21 AM

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