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wats my love hopescoope for cancer

Busy week, not much to show for it. Jennifer and Christopher are coming out next week for Victoria's birthday, so she is very excited. I am, too! The schools had a day off today, so we had an extra kid hanging around. She came with us to Spanish class, then she and V pestered my next-door neighbor all afternoon while he was spreading mulch, and finally we hauled them off to Boo at the Zoo where they ran themselves out.

I skim LJ all week and think I have lots of things to write about. Then when I have time to write, all my ideas seem stale or pale or somehow inadequate. So today I will tell you some more about ChaCha. From what I can see, residents of Utah are disproportionately represented. The population of Utah is less than one percent of the population of the United States. Why are one in six people texting ChaCha from Salt Lake City or Provo? And they want to know the score of the BYU game. Or--this is a big Friday night query--the current score of a high school game in progress. Ok. Or--this is an anytime query--does Tracy like Taylor. What are the biggest boobs in the world. The biggest penis. Average penis size. Erect and non. What is a rusty trombone? Will the world end in 2012? Can you get pregnant with clothes on? Can you send a dirty joke? A racist joke? A Chuck Norris joke? An inspirational quote? Can you rank the main atmospheric gases in the troposphere in order from most abundant to least abundant not including the trace gases? (Actually, that particular one has only appeared once but there are many obvious homework questions that come through.) What are the lyrics to Taylor Swift's Love Story? What does it mean if your penis curves? How do lesbians have sex? And the masturbation questions--dozens and dozens of them and NEVER spelled correctly. Kids these days...


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Oct. 18th, 2008 06:05 am (UTC)
"wats my love hopescoope for cancer"

The magnetic field required to jumpstart a hope scoop is on par with that commonly used for MRI, (power consumption 240 KVA, highly inductive) but the field needs to be sustained for a much longer period. Add to that and the minimum required speed to make the hope-hope concept fusion stream self sustaining, while far less than the minimum speed of it's forebear the Bussard ram scoop, would still rapidly drain the batteries on the worlds most advanced motorized wheel chair, so you need to assume a power supply cabable of at least 75 kilowatts.

Since we have already established the unlikelyhood of maintaining a self sustaining hope reaction (absent an Obama rally), you will need to maintain this power flow until your lover's cancer is completely cured. Based on the latest studies you will need to collect enough concentrated hope to match the equivalent of 1.6 standard minor miracles, or 26.765 million WWE (well-wisher equivalents). Thus on the surface it would appear that a cure for cancer would be merely a matter of time. Unfortunately the nature of the hope scoop is such that the longer it operates the less ambient hope is available, eventually all hope in the immediate vicinity is consumed, and the hope scoop shuts down and must be abandonned. In 1977 the small town of Desolate Rock, New Mexico was evacuated when the secret gov't research laboratory had a hope scoop overrun that they were unable to shut down. It created a nilhistic fracture in the space time continum. The area is still quarrentined by the US Army, but every year a dozen or more daredevils slip past the road blocks, only to commit suicide before reaching the goal. At present the suicide ring surronding the Desolate Rock is 5-3/4 miles in diameter and is growing at a rate of 83 feet per month.
Oct. 18th, 2008 05:40 pm (UTC)
You have far too much fun with these things.
Oct. 18th, 2008 12:13 pm (UTC)
I like the fact that the first sentance of your post look like the answer to the question.
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