[ExI] A basic test question in Newtonian Genetics

Damien Broderick thespike at satx.rr.com
Sun Mar 15 03:17:08 UTC 2009

At 08:46 PM 3/14/2009 -0600, Jeff Davis wrote:

>The furthest from the tree the "apple" can fall then is the midpoint
>between the lowest branches and the ground, which, from the above, is
>clearly less than half a cubit.
> From that point onward in its fall the "apple" will once again be
>getting closer to the tree, in the form of the root system radiating
>outward along the ground.  Of course, all bets are off if the ground
>is steeply sloping and the "apple" can roll after falling.  Strictly
>speaking however, rolling is not falling.

This is, of course, a completely accurate answer in Newtonian 
Theophysics, but I'm afraid it fails the Newtonian Genetics aspect of 
the problem.

C-, because at least the working was shown and accurate.

Dr. Herr Brodstich, Dip. Theoillogy

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