Quote #4

When a bucket of any shape/size is kept underneath a running
tap, the final state is always a filled bucket, no matter what
the speed of water inflow is.
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4 thoughts on “Quote #4

  1. dude, my granny would be so happy if this were true in her house in chennai. there, “when a tap is opened, the final state is always a loud curse directed at the municipal corporation, no matter what the initial speed of the outflow of the water”. where do u think the “half-full, half-empty optimist-pessimist” argument arose? chennai, of course. Everywhere else, the bucket would be full, as you said.

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