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Just think Freddy .... 3 more years and you too can get your licence!

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Is that what you call a sea plane?

But it might be in a lake or a dam or a weir!

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Yeah you're right gazza. Just 3 more years. But going by these pictures I'm not sure I want to get it!

 

I have an idea. Why don't we have a caption competition. Each week or fortnight one of gazza's many 'ooops' photos could be posted and then the person who comes up with the most creative caption wins.

 

Anyone for it?

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I honestly am not offended but be careful what you post gazza.

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Yeah just use one of them.

 

And now as the voice over says on Channel 7:

 

The following photo has been classified M for a mature audience of 15 years and over. It contains severed limbs and blood and gore.

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Is that what you call a sea plane?

Or would that be Plane Sailing

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Is that what you call a sea plane? 

 

 

Or would that be Plane Sailing

 

 

Nope it just plane sunk as simple a that :rolleyes:

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Oh no!!

 

Not that question again!

 

Judging from the picture I'd say it fell or stayed the same.

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It's a bit difficult to measure in a whole friggin ocean full of water!  :rolleyes:

lets try

 

Pacific ocean = 674,052,000,000,000,000 cubic mts (google it)

and a plane of that size = approx 1000 cubic mts of mass

 

so

1000/674052000000000000 = 0.0000000000000148% (rounded)

 

that is what the plane is taking up of the pacific oceans total space

 

so now ;

 

the surface area is 179,700,000,000 mts squre

 

0.00000000000000148*179700000000 = 0.0000000000002659 of a metre is what it'll raise up by ( or 2.659 billionths of a centimetre) :rolleyes:

 

<_<

Edited by lavenlaar

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so that would be a YES then!!!!!!!!

 

 

Gary

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Oh i forgot it shouldn't of sunk ..... because it's all mostly air!! ...... 2.5 tons this time

 

It doesn't have to be salt water for sea gulls,they are only rats with wings(haven't you ever been to the tip)

 

 

 

Gary

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You guys have missed it!!!....lol...Thats the lagoon on Gilligan's Island...thats the plane that came to rescue...

Gilligan, the Skipper too,

the Millionaire, and his Wife,

the Movie Star, the Professor and Mary Ann

 

:rolleyes: :rolleyes: <_<

 

cheers

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It's a bit difficult to measure in a whole friggin ocean full of water!  ;)

lets try

 

Pacific ocean = 674,052,000,000,000,000 cubic mts (google it)

and a plane of that size = approx 1000 cubic mts of mass

 

so

1000/674052000000000000 = 0.0000000000000148% (rounded)

 

that is what the plane is taking up of the pacific oceans total space

 

so now ;

 

the surface area is 179,700,000,000 mts squre

 

0.00000000000000148*179700000000 = 0.0000000000002659 of a metre is what it'll raise up by ( or 2.659 billionths of a centimetre) :lol:

 

:P

You are WRONG! You forgot to account for evaporation! ;):D:lol:

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