These 5 Accomplishments Prove That Santa Claus Is The World’s Greatest Scientist
“With 500 million households to hit in just 42 hours, there is so much that Santa needs to accomplish at each one. At a bare minimum, he has to:
- travel from the previous house to the next one without wasting too much time,
- park and depart his sleigh, entering the household undetected,
- deliver each and every one of the necessary presents to that house,
- eat any snacks that were left for him,
- and then exit the house undetected, re-entering the sleigh, and beginning the process all over again.
If we allot him the entirety of the 42 hours available to accomplish this task, he can only spend a maximum of 300 microseconds (or 0.0003 seconds) on the sum total of these tasks for each and every household. It might seem an impossibility, at least for a normal human with conventional technology.
But if Santa truly is the world’s greatest scientist, it could all feasibly fall into place. Here are each the five challenges he’s clearly conquered, with speculation as to how.”
Have you ever wondered how Santa Claus delivers toys all over the world in just one night to so many households? The answer is easy: with science!