This is how I spend so much stupid time not doing homework.
- I need to do physics homework like a good student
- It’s online! How handy. Let’s go to Lon-Cappa
- Hmm. This problem requires that I use the gravitational acceleration constant for the moon. I don’t know that, and it’s not stated in the problem or the book.
- I know! Wikipedia. Not always 100% reliable, but can be handy for things like this.
- That’s a really short article. Doesn’t have the number I need. But hey, look! It’s a reference to faked moon landings. Wow!
- Ok, don’t get distracted. Some other website must have it.
- Volia! 1.62m/s^2. How easy!
- Gah! It says the answer was wrong! Stupid site gave me bad info. Good thing I’ve still got four tries left on the problem.
- Click! I close the tab of the treacherous website. Oh, look. It’s the wikipedia page on faked moon landings.
- Time passes…
- Wait, it’s how late? Gah!
Tune in next week, when James SSHes to letnet… and certain doom!