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Article:Buttered cat paradox
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==Thought experiments==
 
==Thought experiments==
   
Some people jokingly maintain that the experiment will produce an [[anti-gravity]] effect. They propose that as the cat falls towards the ground, it will slow down and start to rotate, eventually reaching a [[steady state]] of hovering a short distance from the ground while rotating at high speed as both the buttered side of the toast and the cat’s feet attempt to land on the ground.<ref>[http://www.waikato.ac.nz/fmd/newsletter/Newsletter_No14.pdf UoWaikato newsletter]</ref>
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Some people jokingly maintain that the bp is bad ady state]] of hovering a short distance from the ground while rotating at high speed as both the buttered side of the toast and the cat’s feet attempt to land on the ground.<ref>[http://www.waikato.ac.nz/fmd/newsletter/Newsletter_No14.pdf UoWaikato newsletter]</ref>
 
In June 2003, Kimberly Miner won a [[Student Academy Award]] for her film ''Perpetual Motion''.<ref>Available at http://www.kminer.net/2011/07/perpetual-motion/</ref> Miner based her film on a paper written by a high-school friend that explored the potential implications of the cat and buttered toast idea.<ref>PG Klein. University of Leeds. [http://www.physics.leeds.ac.uk/pages/PerpetualMotion ''Perpetual Motion''].</ref><ref>[http://www.scifidimensions.com/Apr04/oscaranimation.htm Oscar Nominated Animated Shorts 2003]</ref>
 
In June 2003, Kimberly Miner won a [[Student Academy Award]] for her film ''Perpetual Motion''.<ref>Available at http://www.kminer.net/2011/07/perpetual-motion/</ref> Miner based her film on a paper written by a high-school friend that explored the potential implications of the cat and buttered toast idea.<ref>PG Klein. University of Leeds. [http://www.physics.leeds.ac.uk/pages/PerpetualMotion ''Perpetual Motion''].</ref><ref>[http://www.scifidimensions.com/Apr04/oscaranimation.htm Oscar Nominated Animated Shorts 2003]</ref>
   
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