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deskitty
deskitty
Des
Tue, Oct. 3rd, 2006 09:35 am
I have determined that cats are not, in fact, a liquid. They are a gas.

Cats have the capacity to squeeze through very tight spaces, such as the window cracked open a couple inches for ventilation, and the ability to expand themselves to cover all available sunlight on the living room floor.

Compared to gases, liquids aren't particularly compressible. Cats have a wider compression range than most liquids. Thus, cats must be gases.

-- Des

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faerylore
faerylore
faerylore
Tue, Oct. 3rd, 2006 06:15 pm (UTC)

Don't forget that gases can dissapate... which my cat did last night when I went to feed her and found that she had vanished from my room and reappeared on the other side of the closed door.
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deskitty
deskitty
Des
Tue, Oct. 3rd, 2006 06:20 pm (UTC)

heeeee! I had forgotten about that.


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amethest
Amethest
Tue, Oct. 3rd, 2006 08:39 pm (UTC)

I think you're wrong...They aren't liquids or gases, they are plasma, retaining some qualities of both.

Have you ever picked up a limp cat, affecting passive resistance because it doesn't want to be levitated right then? Heavy. Dense. Not gaslike, not even a heavy gas.

Like gases, liquids and plasmas they can flow to fill up the shape of something, becoming whatever that shape is. (The premise the bonsai kitten craze was based on)

Plasmas can disappate even farther afeild than gases, leading to the "cat is everywhere and nowhere at once" effect.

If you've ever felt them, you'll notice their substance is at intense pressure...you can feel it vibrating.

Plasmas also generate electic currents and magnetic feilds. Which probably explains why your car keys always go missing, and why you get an electric shock from your cat zipping round the carpet on a winter's day.

Plasmas are also many times hotter than gas, but cools as they age, indicating why the speed of kittens is so many times greater than adult cats.


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deskitty
deskitty
Des
Tue, Oct. 3rd, 2006 11:02 pm (UTC)

Wow... you're right. I didn't even think about plasmas. That actually explains quite a bit more cat behavior than either the liquid or gas theories. ;)

Plasma it is, then.


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