Open wide for some SOCCAAAAAAH!?
S̶e̶n̶a̶t̶o̶r̶ ̶D̶o̶l̶e̶ Vice President Biden, why should people vote for you instead of P̶r̶e̶s̶i̶d̶e̶n̶t̶ ̶C̶l̶i̶n̶t̶o̶n̶ President Trump?
I know nothing about Chemistry, I only passed it in College because a friend of mine had taken the class, but flunked out, and gave me all her notes. For the record I passed and she still flunked out a second time. I do have Google-fu though and according to Google 1 calorie is equal to 4.2 joules so that eclair was equal to 4,200,000 joules or 4.2 megajoules. According to Wikipedia a single stick of dynamite produces enough energy equal to 1 megajoule, therefore that eclair exploded with the force of 4.2 sticks of dynamite. One stick of dynamite weighs 190 grams so 4.2 sticks equals 798 grams which translates to 0.798 kilograms of dynamite. This video I found shows a Sweed using 3 kilos of dynamite to destroy a porta-potty, a building a little smaller than Hans Molemans stand.I've been thinking recently about the scene with the poisoned eclair. Now, let me preface this by saying I know next to nothing about chemistry. Anyway, I always thought it was silly that it exploded when it hit the gruel but then, the chef claims that it's over 1 million Calories. Can any chemistry kiwis tell me: if you could somehow make an eclair that could have that much energy, and the gruel strongly reacted with the cream/butter/whatever, could it explode like that?
I had a Cat named Snowball, she died, she died.Poor Snowball II always deserved better