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Paul Seibert

Paul Seibert

String Theory

Given two pieces of string of identical composition, the one with the greatest diameter will be stronger.

If two balls of string are of identical diameter and one ball has string of greater diameter than the other, that ball with greater diameter string will have a lesser length of string than that of the ball with lesser diameter string. The difference in length of the string will be proportionate to the difference in diameter of the string.

A train leaves New York and travels at 60 miles per hour to San Francisco. If a length of string is extended from the front of the engine of a train to the end of the last car, the end of the string at the engine will arrive at the station first – assuming the train is traveling in a forward direction.

String cheese is neither cheese nor string.

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