## Tuesday, 24 September 2013

### The Correct Date for the End of the World based on apples and science . . . . . .

After yesterday’s lesson on the wonders of the universe the Ghost Writer ruined everything by putting another apple on my apple tower to make it six apples high, all I can say is that it must predict the next possible End of the World.  It has been some time since we had a decent End of the World prediction date in fact the whole End of the World prediction business has sort of Ended.  I wonder if someone predicted the End of the Worlds, End of the World predict business, anyway I can start it up again now after the shock news of an apple tower taller than five apples. Even Isaac Newt-man stated that an apple will always fall at a fixed rate even if it was a largish apple up to a point (note the up to a point). You see he knew that if the apple was so large that the planet Earth was proportionally the size of an apple in comparison to the huge apple, then Earth would fall onto the apple with the same force as the small apple falls to Earth. However the small apple and Earth would both fall onto the surface of the hypothetically huge apple at the same speed, presenting the paradox that a six apple tower represents. Clearly predicting the End of the World.

So after telling everyone at school this morning that the End of the World was due in twenty five minutes it was decided that there was little point in having any maths homework. As it happens after recalculating the time and date of the End of the World, I had not thought about the diameter of the apple and its effect on Pi (HAH HAHAHH AHH AHhah ha hah ah ahha ha hahh hah ahah h hah ha) I have worked out it will now be the 1st Feb 3456 approximately when Earth will be destroyed by terrible mutant Zombies who will look just like Granny Smith.

Zombies will call this their deliciously golden era although it too will eventually crumble……

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1. If you look carefuLLy at the picture you see 6 apples stacked verticaLLy, BUT, and this is crucial, notice that the bottom apple is stabilized by an apple on each side. So this is not truly an eXample of six apples stacked verticaLLy by themselves.

1. Yes this is true Mr ESB, it did cross my mind but the table is far from stable and I think if I touch the other apples the universe (sorry table) will move and thus destroy the tower.

Throughout history across the universe a lot of towers have been destroyed, and apples and religion have played their part....

2. Oooooo you were dead quick tonight Mr ESB our time frames must be in sync in our respective time zones

3. Its just the wanna-be lawyer slash engineer in me pretending he knows what he is talkin' about.

4. I have removed the apples on each side tonight Mr ESB and it still stands. A clear indicator of The End of the World.

5. Did you rebuild it from scratch or already have the existing apple structure from the picture and then remove the side apples? I looked at several apples, several kinds, and they do not appear to have top and bottom surfaces that are routinely close to being parallel. I think the stems would interfere alot and I found it difficult stack them with stems, not wanting to removethem as the apples still belonged to the groc store. Very challenging.

I finaLLy got my Cintiq 13HD drawing pad today, but it does not seem to configure well with my computer. The tech support wants me to talk to my computer support because a dual monitor mode isn't happening with the computer config. I can make the screen info show up on the Cintiq and its touch screen is sensitive to the pen and the touch screen of the main monitor still works but no picture shows on the main monitor.

2. A Golden Delicious era, indeed. Mutant Zombies looking like Grannie Smith and rotten to the core.

The tower of Apple has appeared.

1. Ooooo damn I missed rotten to the core. All I can say good sir is:-

Pip pip tally ho, jolly good show

3. This is a monument that Steve Jobs would be proud of.

1. AH yes he was fond of apples, Although he never thought of creating the imaggot a small wriggly device to surf about inside the world wide magnet.