Originally Posted by Burgey
Fact: cats, when dropped always land on their feet.
Fact: drop a piece of bread on the ground and it always lands buttered side down.
Assumption: a piece of bread is strapped to a cat's back, buttered side up.
Question: When dropped from 1 foot off the ground, will the cat/ bread arrangement land:
a. cat first, on it's feet?
b. bread first, buttered side down?
c. will not land at all, but get 6 inches off the ground and begin spontaneously spinning around, defying gravity?
Bonus point: give reasons for your conclusion.
Depending on the surface area to volume ratio of the cat and the height it's dropped from the bread may be slightly toasted by the time it hits the ground. Given sufficient height the bread may also be covered in 'Vegemite'.
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