Monday, August 06, 2007

And they big ones are harder on fenders.

5 comments:

D.Chi said...

HAHAHAHAHAHA

Thoughtful Review Guy said...

I can't help but think that the curve should be convex, or at least quasi-convex. In a finite neighborhood, the curve is necessarily asymptotic to the number of sustainable obese squirrels. Although, I do wonder what shape the curve will take prior to that point.

But what if we're in an infinite neighborhood? In that case the number of bird feeders and squirrels are both countably infinite, so each squirrel gets it's own feeder, no matter how much they breed. So then it should be a straight 45ยบ line. I think.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilbert's_paradox_of_the_Grand_Hotel

Kell said...

ha ha ha! My father hates squirrels.... Can't understand why they won't leave his birdfeeder alone.

rick said...

clever!

Anonymous said...

Did you perhaps mean "the" rather than "they"?

 
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