I suppose if you look at it with Zeno’s Paradox, 65 feet could be bottomless..
I had to look that one up, but you’re right since it supports Parmendes’s doctrine that “all is one”. Because after falling 65 feet you will become “one” with the bottom of the pit.
At 65 feet, we just don’t call it the “bottom”.
this was funny when i saw it 5 min ago on fail blog
Hey, I’ve seen that sign before, I think. If I’m right then that sign is at Lake Anna State Park in Virginia at the top of the collapsed mine. Still hilarious.
What if it’s conical? It’s not really a bottom if it’s just the walls coming together, right?
There used to be a bottom, but it dropped into the center of the Earth. You can still see the pegs that were holding it at 65ft.
“It can’t possibly be bottomless.” “…For all intents and purposes.”
Let’s hope the pit bathes daily..
Further evidence that lawyers screw up everything
You misunderstand: you are only allowed to enter the pit if you are naked from the waist down.
Can I vote this response up?
65 feet, how deep is that in normal units of length?
I don’t know about its depth in normal units of length, but its length in normal units of depth is 10 5/6 fathoms.
+1 internets for you, sir/madam.
eff you eurotrash, feet are a normal unit of length in America!
1.981×10^11 Å (ångströms)
Or about 66 light-nanoseconds.
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