10. Cows and Electrons are relativistically the same. 9. The "ability to produce milk" is almost like "charge". 8. Ever see a cow in a cyclotron? 7. Enrico "Muffet-Boy" Fermi often ate curds and whey, while lounging on his Craftmatic Adjustable Tuffet. 6. Proper "Brownian Motion" is the key to GOOD chocolate milk. 5. The elementary charge of a cow is THREE. Ha! No cumbersome exponential notation is needed here! 4. When a positively charged cow collides with a negatively charged cow, (SEE #8)...*WHAM*...YOGURT! (The cute little blueberries at the bottom are considered impurities and should be ignored when compiling any empirical data). 3. If you split a cow, you get hamburger...well roughly. 2. The Pauli Exclusion Principle doesn't apply to bovine. "Hmmm...Bossy and Lulu don't have antisymmetric wave functions! How odd." 1. Cows have relativistically slow drift velocities. This is, unless you shoot them out of an Electron Cow Cannon. BOARD #12: "If it's Borden...it's got to be electrostatically neutral!" (October 22, 1990 - 11:37 am)
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