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The Secret Science Behind Santa Claus!!
Proof that Santa exists
Scientists at a leading American university have published across the Internet a proof of the impossibility of Santa Claus. According to calculations apparently made at the Massachusetts institute of Technology, Santa has The report continues: "Assuming that each of these For the purposes of comparison, the fastest man-made vehicle on earth, the Ulysses space probe, moves a t a poky The scientists calculate the weight of the sleigh, assuming that each deserving child gets a present weighing about as much as a medium-sized box of lego, 2lbs.
I may be Santa's Grumpy Elf, but that question always makes me grumpier. Why do people keep asking? There's even websites that say Santa is not real! Ok, ok, so is Santa real? Not only is Santa true, he is legendary! And if you still don't believe me, here are NINE proofs to prove that point like the point on my pointy shoes! Well, you can see Santa Claus is real right here in this photo, but keep reading for more proofs that Santa exists!
I love this cool visualization of Santa Claus' Christmas Eve trip as seen from space but, with the current laws of physics, we know he wouldn't be able do it. Or would he? Can Santa be real and deliver on his promises? The question is tricky, as this scientific debate shows. Let the classic scientific fight begin once again.
Well, apart from being a somewhat cruel thing to do to a small child the distinguished professor for the public understanding of science should pick on someone his own size , the argument is, to be charitable, an incomplete explanation. Dawkins may be no slouch when it comes to evolution, but he knows by his own admission rather less about physics.
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The next step in proving Santa Claus was real is an attempt to match DNA with other bone fragments found in southern Italy. Tales of St Nicholas are thought to originate from Turkey were the bishop of Myra who was known for his generosity towards the poor. By linking this historical figure to the legend of St Nicholas scientists hope to be able to finally confirmed he was real. The remnants of an unknown traveller's food container were found by excavation technician Regula Gubler and archaeologist Kathrin Glauser atop the 2,metre 8,foot high Loetschen Pass in the Bernese Alps in Switzerland. In the years since they have found more pieces of the bow, bits of leather, stone arrowheads, a jar made of wood that held flour and the wood lunchbox. The good fortune for Gubler and Glauser is the result of bad luck for whoever the items belonged to, as he or she is thought to have died on a journey through the mountains. Perhaps he still lies somewhere up there, under the rocks.
Those first few Christmases are easy-kids believe just about anything you say. As they get older, however, some creativity is in order. Here's help proving that Santa is for real. Make a Quick Call Download the Parents Calling Santa app and you can have Saint Nick call your phone and choose the message your naughty or nice child hears. Send an Email Sure, you can send a letter via snail mail, but kids can also email the big guy with the Letters to Santa Claus app and get a response from Father Christmas.