Knows physics. Knows no fear. Has accurate calculator.


I could not believe this when I saw it.

(Even if he doesn't use an HP, he still deserves honorary membership)



It's a famous fake.

A viral advertising campaign paid for by Microsoft.




Evil, evil, evil!!

But still entertaining. :-)


IF he had known physics THEN he had chosen another water depth d;> The other parts looked more plausible. However, a nice video anyway.

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