The science behind Santa

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+21 1. Guyshortyssk88 commented 9 years ago

I was gonna say please dont let your kids see this video but then all the numbers got big and well im sure they woudln't get it.
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-13 2. andriy2991 commented 9 years ago

alright, we all already know that it is impossible for Santa to exist, however what is the point of this video, to show children, no they will not get it, those who did this video must be from different religion, ooo came on jerky people
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0 3. Cloe commented 9 years ago

i bet santa is russian .you know...cuz rusians are 140% more resistent to G forces.
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+9 4. 01nvr commented 9 years ago

That was absolutely hilarious :D
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+7 5. Calvinius commented 9 years ago

Santa is AWESOME!!!! :D
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+18 6. blue_alien commented 9 years ago

Actually he travels through wormhole. That means that he can deliver the presents just by stretching his hand from the sofa, and since a wormhole is a "shortcut" through space-time he can be doing that in June. ;) :D
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+1 7. WildMonkey commented 9 years ago

I wish they would do this much research trying to explain religious lunacy.
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+1 8. YoArgentino commented 9 years ago

If you can't explain Santa, doesn't mean Santa doesn't exist!
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+2 9. Neutral commented 9 years ago

Santa doesn't do all the job by himself, he do assign them to the parents to do it on behalf of him.
Please don't let your child know :P
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+3 10. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

That's why Rudolphs nose is red. it is the enormous speed.

Or is it the Quantum dialation frame, creating a bubble around the sledge. making it possible to go faster then time, and deliver a present to all the kids in just one our. but the relative time inside the bubble would be one whole year - 1 day. Santa does not work at Christmas day
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-1 11. iwinu commented 9 years ago

santa is just teleporting everywhere :)
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0 12. davor1387 commented 9 years ago

This video must be hidden from children, it will destroy their childhoods. :x
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+3 13. huldu commented 9 years ago

Santa doesn't exist yet "God" does, great logic.
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+1 14. xwyhul commented 9 years ago

Santa is Coca-cola product
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-1 15. Chrisofskjern commented 9 years ago

Santa hired Chuck Norris for delivery.

There. Problem solved.
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-1 16. dave9191 commented 9 years ago

All of these science shows never take everything into account.

Firstly, different cultures celebrate Christmas in slightly different ways. In the UK it is common that Santa comes during the night of Xmas Eve and delivers the presents in time for the morning - but in Poland for instance the presents are opening after dinner on Xmas Eve. So in fact he has more than 31 hours to deliver them. Here is another spanner in the works - Orthodox Xmas day is the 7th Jan. Giving him yet more time.

And why would he carry all the presents in one go? And not distribute them in key locations along his route in advanced of the delivery night, so it wouldn't be such a heavy load on the slay.
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0 17. Esthreel commented 9 years ago

Think with portals
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0 18. leolazer commented 9 years ago

She is only considering dimensions limited to three, time as a univariate unidirectional property and mass-energy as non-collapsible non-co-convertible entity.

Rest mostly is fine.