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Hide and seek

Hide and seek

Hide and seek

Einstein, Newton and Pascal are playing hide and seek. It is Einstein's turn to count so he covers his eyes and starts counting to 10. Pascal runs off and hides. Newton draws a square 1m x 1m and stands in the middle. Einstein reaches the count of 10 and opens his eyes. Immediately he sees Newton in front of him and says, "Newton! I have found you. You are It!" Newton smiles and says, "No Einstein. You have not found me."

How did Newton explain what just happened to Einstein?

RE: Hide and seek

You have found Pascal (Newton/m^2)

RE: Hide and seek

I bet that made Einstein feel some stress... glasses

RE: Hide and seek

Very fast.

RE: Hide and seek

He was working under pressure.


RE: Hide and seek

I love it.... Very funny.

RE: Hide and seek

Just realized that the best thing about this joke is that now I can actually remember what a Pascal is.

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