Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Fairy Tale Physics: Myths and Legends Explained

"If you assume the golden egg is three kilograms [seven pounds], then the laws of physics dictate that when the goose ejects the egg it would have to move in the opposition direction to the egg but with equal force," she said.

The industrious goose would therefore shoot away from its egg with the same coniderable amount of force required to lay the egg.




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