ME: hi cheti! what is the square root of a lemon?

C: lemon marangue pie

C: i think

ME: really?

C: it's entirely possible

C: what do you think?

ME: well, steve says it's georgia.

C: hmm

ME: steve say that "its a universal constant derived by dividing the number of electrons by the amount of midget in a room " Steve: "strangely is equal to the square root of a lemon" idk....sounds legit

ME: lol

C: well the electron to midget ratio should be proportional to the propotional to the charge/mass ratio multiplied by a mass per midget ratio

C: so, if we launch midgets into a uniform magnetic field under a certain voltage

C: we should be able to deduce the charge.mass ratio

C: by observing the radius of the helical path the midget will travel, we should be able to deduce an experimental value for the square root of lemon

C: we just need to use the formula Q/M = 2V/r^2 B^2

ME: omg....

ME: genius

C: hmm...

C: we would need some large equipment

C: we can most likely accumulate a charge of 100 micro-coloumbs on a midget and the subject could probably survive 120 volts

C: if we assume an average mass in the neighborhood of 40kg

C: and a magnetic field in the neighborhood of .1 tesla

C: seems reasonable

ME: OMG.... again... this is genius...

C: under these conditions, the radius of the path would be about 1x10^5 meters, or about 100Km

C: so i don't think the experiment is feasable

C: so a theoretical, or computer simulated model will have to do

C: circumstantial evidence does seem to suggest that the square root of the lemon will only converge for values close to that of georgia

C: so i think i'll have to agree with steve on this one

C: so i think i'll have to agree with steve on this one

C: and i think it's bed time for me

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