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  • Santa has to hit 132 million homes worldwide on Christmas.

  • With 31 hours of night, Santa must stop at 1,178 homes every second.

  • That's a fraction of a millisecond to climb down the chimney, fill the stockings, eat the cookies, and climb back up.

  • Sound impossible?

  • Not for Santa!

  • Because he's a master of science.

  • In order to cover his 175-million-mile journey on Christmas Eve, Santa would need to travel 7,800 times the speed of sound.

  • But that's deadly, so Santa probably creates rips in time and space.

  • This would give him literally months to deliver presents, while only a few minutes would seem to pass here on Earth.

  • Good thing we leave out cookies for this long journey.

  • Assuming every good kid gets a toy weighing 2 pounds, Santa's sleigh would weigh over 660 million pounds, heavier than 1,400 Statues of Liberty.

  • No way Santa could stay airborne with thatunless his sack was also a Nano-Toymaker.

  • Similar to DNA that grows organs cell by cell, Santa's Nano-Toymaker could transform chimney soot and other carbons into gifts.

  • That's one form of re-gifting we don't mind.

  • In order to keep track of all the naughty and nice people, Santa probably spies on you more than the NSA.

  • Write a mean text? Santa's read it.

  • Post a mean comment? Santa's logged it.

  • Of course, he can't do it all by himself.

  • Theories suggest Santa runs naughty/nice algorithms with more computing power than Google.

  • That's why he lives in the North Poleto keep all of his servers cool.

  • So, the next time someone tells you Santa isn't real, point to the science that proves that not only is Santa real, he's also real impressive!

Santa has to hit 132 million homes worldwide on Christmas.


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使命必達的聖誕老公公!Scientific Proof That Santa Exists

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