Is this cat going up or down the stairs?

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ferrit worrier
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Re: Is this cat going up or down the stairs?

Postby ferrit worrier » 2 Nov 2016, 5:05am

It's neither the cat is in a 3D pavement picture. it's all on the level,

http://www.boredpanda.com/44-amazing-3d ... an-beever/

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Re: Is this cat going up or down the stairs?

Postby 9494arnold » 18 Jan 2018, 8:25am

It's standing still. It's stuffed. :lol: :mrgreen:

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Re: Is this cat going up or down the stairs?

Postby NEvans » 5 Mar 2018, 11:14pm

Long as he knows that's the important thing.

If not, we've got problems...
Newton's first law; Large body mass and weight equals fast going down hill but slow going up,
So blame Newton not me when you're bored waiting at the top of the hill.

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Re: Is this cat going up or down the stairs?

Postby NEvans » 5 Mar 2018, 11:18pm

ferrit worrier wrote:It's neither the cat is in a 3D pavement picture. it's all on the level,
http://www.boredpanda.com/44-amazing-3d ... an-beever/
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Seen before, very clever.
Newton's first law; Large body mass and weight equals fast going down hill but slow going up,
So blame Newton not me when you're bored waiting at the top of the hill.

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Re: Is this cat going up or down the stairs?

Postby Tangled Metal » 6 Mar 2018, 8:33am

It's a photograph, they're static so the cat isn't moving.

If you wanted to find out whether the cat was going upstairs or downstairs when the photograph was being taken then why not just ask that question? :D