Mar 6, 2011

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Chocolateo-cosmology : combine Chocolate and Cosmology for some pun

physis pun

This is a good start, but there is so much potential here; I haven’t even used Mars bar pun yet, or postulated Punion, a smallest single unit of pun in this discussion yet!

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SK: A little piece of chocolate gives me a lot of energy, proving that Energy equals milk chocolate square.

D: But most of the energy is in the form of dark chocolate matter… Then there’s dark chocolate energy…. which is an entirely different matter…

and the milk chocolate part, the part that you see, is only 7%.

Lets not forget the two dimensional manifold that surrounds and creates S4xC2 symmetric space to contain this chocolate.

P:physicist at work…..i’m reading a Deepak Chopra book on the spontaneous fulfilment of desire and loving it….i thought i was way to dumb to understand physics….

D: shortly after the chocolate (especially dark) is placed in front of me, I no longer see any of it. So, apparently the visible component spontaneously turn to the dark component. THen I can **feel** the energy…

SK: I guess you don’t subscribe to the Licorice string theory! Prof Nestle at the Hershey lab did some experiments on Toblerone and found that the visible milk chocolate expands the circumference or adds to the convexity of nearby objects, its called Twix-ass effect.

I don’t believe those results because Toblerone is so triangle, they should have used Rolo instead.

I’ll just wait for the Heath telescope to Caramelize the Milkeyway Galaxy. it is an expensive telescope, it cost 1000 Grand, some people Snicker at it, but I think it will be a Powerhouse and might even find Goobers; that will be NutRageous, a big Payday. There is some data but I want S’more.

It might even explain the asymmetry between dark chocolate and white Chocolate using the Cadbury’s Fudge factor.

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  1. In my lab at 5th Avenue, I have successfully created a trap for Chocolate. It is very small, but very effective. Massive and metallic, I call them M&M. I can have them in different frequencies, like Red&Blue and violet on Special occasion.

    First time I captured that piece, I was a Happy Hippo, now it is like taking Candy from Baby Ruth.

  2. Mike Bajor says:

    Just a bunch of Nerds…

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