# A couple of Relativity Puzzles (no not Einstein...

prosoccer
Posers and Puzzles 19 Apr '06 21:42
1. 19 Apr '06 21:42
Thich Nhat Han once said that their is always a cloud in a piece of paper, can you explain how?

And a harder one, Charles Darwin said that Cat-Loving Spinsters make London one of the most pleasant places in the world to live. Hint: The answer has to do with flowers (forget allergies). Why are Cat-Loving Spinsters so integral to the beauty of London?
2. 20 Apr '06 21:41
Cmon, any ideas? any one?
3. 21 Apr '06 02:16
OK...

Spinsters love cats, so less mice, so more bees, so more clover, so more beef, so more sailors, so greater Naval prowess, so more trade, so more wealth?
4. slappy115
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21 Apr '06 05:31
Originally posted by prosoccer
Thich Nhat Han once said that their is always a cloud in a piece of paper, can you explain how?

And a harder one, Charles Darwin said that Cat-Loving Spinsters make London one of the most pleasant places in the world to live. Hint: The answer has to do with flowers (forget allergies). Why are Cat-Loving Spinsters so integral to the beauty of London?
What's a cloud?
5. 21 Apr '06 23:10
Originally posted by PawnCurry
OK...

Spinsters love cats, so less mice, so more bees, so more clover, so more beef, so more sailors, so greater Naval prowess, so more trade, so more wealth?
That could work, but Darwin had a different solution. You had everything right until clover, there you went wrong. Bees and this beautiful plant have a symbiotic relationship (probably gave it away). And if you get the last answer, that is all you need.
6. AThousandYoung
22 Apr '06 00:13
Originally posted by prosoccer
That could work, but Darwin had a different solution. You had everything right until clover, there you went wrong. Bees and this beautiful plant have a symbiotic relationship (probably gave it away). And if you get the last answer, that is all you need.
How does "less mice" lead to "more bees"? Mice don't eat bees...do they?
7. 22 Apr '06 00:45
Originally posted by AThousandYoung
How does "less mice" lead to "more bees"? Mice don't eat bees...do they?
maybe in london they do?

i also want to know what a cloud is.
8. 22 Apr '06 02:10
You really don't know what a cloud is? Really? Really? Those things that float across the sky and occasionally percipitate, obscure the sun, etc. It think it is that mice sometimes disturb underground nests that bees have. It is something like that.
9. Bowmann
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23 Apr '06 13:35
Originally posted by PawnCurry
less mice
fewer mice
10. 29 Apr '06 23:31
clouds are undefined