# If I stood on a set of scales... • Page 2

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• phAge 3 Oct 2012 12:26:10 24,446 posts
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 And yes, heat has mass. But not very much.
• neilka 3 Oct 2012 12:26:37 16,551 posts
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 Can geese hear dubstep?

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• RyanDS 3 Oct 2012 12:26:54 9,861 posts
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 sport wrote: There are 3 doors. 1 has a prize behind. You pick one. Then 1 of the other doors is opened to show that a prize is NOT behind it. You then know the prize is either behind your door, or the other unopened one. You are then offered the chance to switch doors? What should you do? Switch. Gives you 50/50 chance of winning. Sticking gives you 1/3.
• sport 3 Oct 2012 12:26:57 12,812 posts
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 LeoliansBro wrote: Always switch. It's because the person who chooses which door to open after you made your choice has more information than you. yeah, stats friend explained it to me, but it still feels like it defies logic ;-P
• Lukus 3 Oct 2012 12:27:04 19,480 posts
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 Only if there is no one else around.

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• Tonka 3 Oct 2012 12:27:29 21,360 posts
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 Why switch? Only difference is that your odds went from 1 in 3 to 1 in 2.

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• RyanDS 3 Oct 2012 12:28:55 9,861 posts
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 Tonka wrote: Why switch? Only difference is that your odds went from 1 in 3 to 1 in 2. If you stick your odds are still 1/3. They didn't change. They only change if you switch. It's a famous questions anyway, call the Monty Hall Problem if I recall. Worth googling to get your head around it.
• Lukus 3 Oct 2012 12:29:33 19,480 posts
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 Basically, when you pick 2 times out of 3 you'll pick an empty box to start with. The host removing one of the empty boxes leaves an empty and a full, which means your odds increase if you switch. Now shut up.

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• LeoliansBro 3 Oct 2012 12:32:44 44,963 posts
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 If a duck's quack doesn't echo, does that mean you can be picked out of a line up of real ducks because your quack does echo?

LB, you really are a massive geek.

• RyanDS 3 Oct 2012 12:35:55 9,861 posts
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 LeoliansBro wrote: If a duck's quack doesn't echo, does that mean you can be picked out of a line up of real ducks because your quack does echo? Quacks do echo anyway.
• Tonka 3 Oct 2012 12:37:05 21,360 posts
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 @RyanDS Cheers. Found a video about it on youTube. Still feels strange...

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• Deleted user 3 October 2012 12:37:19
 Duck's quacks do echo. If a fly hits a windscreen of a truck that's full of birds that are flying around inside a sealed container on a treadmill, does it take off on Mars?
• neilka 3 Oct 2012 12:38:46 16,551 posts
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 Gremmi has been stealing ducks from his pond and making them quack in his basement. Don't ask how.

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• phAge 3 Oct 2012 12:39:25 24,446 posts
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 If you pick your answer randomly from the options below, what is your chance of being correct? * 25% * 50% * 60% * 25%
• RyanDS 3 Oct 2012 12:44:41 9,861 posts
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 phAge wrote: If you pick your answer randomly from the options below, what is your chance of being correct? * 25% * 50% * 60% * 25% No wait! Let me think... Um... My brain hurts. I think that there is no right answer, but I am trying to figure out why I think that. Edited by RyanDS at 12:45:00 03-10-2012 Edited by RyanDS at 12:46:28 03-10-2012
• sport 3 Oct 2012 12:46:48 12,812 posts
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 phAge wrote: If you pick your answer randomly from the options below, what is your chance of being correct? * 25% * 50% * 60% * 25% QUACK!
• LeoliansBro 3 Oct 2012 12:50:34 44,963 posts
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 phAge wrote: If you pick your answer randomly from the options below, what is your chance of being correct? * 25% * 50% * 60% * 25% Oh, that's beautiful.

LB, you really are a massive geek.

• Lukus 3 Oct 2012 13:08:52 19,480 posts
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 Depends what the correct answer is... And the question. Edited by Lukus at 13:09:30 03-10-2012

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• Tonka 3 Oct 2012 13:14:53 21,360 posts
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 Can I switch?

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• LeoliansBro 3 Oct 2012 13:34:11 44,963 posts
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 It's unsolveable. It would be 25%, except when you choose 25% (when it becomes 50%).

LB, you really are a massive geek.

• Deleted user 3 October 2012 13:36:00
 50% of the time, it works 25% of the time.
• Razz 3 Oct 2012 13:40:16 61,662 posts
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 Such an overused meme

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• mcmonkeyplc 3 Oct 2012 13:41:16 39,570 posts
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 This thread is giving me a hard on.

Come and get it cumslingers!

• Lukus 3 Oct 2012 13:47:02 19,480 posts
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 mcmonkeyplc wrote: This thread is giving me a hard on. True?

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• Bremenacht 3 Oct 2012 17:17:12 19,665 posts
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 Four cats have catbells on their collars. Catbell A Catbell B Catbell C Catbell D How many catbells should you remove? Sorry phAge
• Rusty_M 3 Oct 2012 17:26:43 4,949 posts
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 sport wrote: LeoliansBro wrote: I don't care whether you survive, I care how much you weigh at the end. Of course, it has to be the same amount. So no energy can leave or enter the spacesuit. Therefore mass inside the suit will stay the same but it might change form i.e. live human to dead human. Although it did baffle scientists for some time (I'm not sure if it still does) that the human body loses a very small amount of weight at the point of death. Some have hypothesized that this is the weight of "life" or the "soul".

The world is going mad. Me? I'm doing fine.
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• LeoliansBro 3 Oct 2012 17:28:27 44,963 posts
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 That was disproven some time ago I'm afraid.

LB, you really are a massive geek.

• Deleted user 3 October 2012 17:35:35
 Am I heavier with a lungful of air than I am without? Eh? Eh? We could have a new diet craze here. Want to lose weight? Stop breathing.
• RobTheBuilder 3 Oct 2012 17:40:21 6,521 posts
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 @RyanDS Surely it is still 50/50 as there is one right and one wrong door. It doesn't matter in this case about information level as whether you switch or not the odds are still 1 in 2. Just like how the odds of heads and tails are 50/50 even if you've had 100 heads in a row.
• phAge 3 Oct 2012 17:44:05 24,446 posts
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 @Bremenacht Hey, at least I've made an impression! /removes all catbells
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