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The Thought Bunker #1

Hello!

I am doing a new Forum Topic train. This one involves some thinking. But it's not math! It's the fun thinking. The kind you can talk and laugh(and in this case, maybe yawn) about. So, what do you say?

This week's Thought Bunker:

If everyone in the world were to yawn at the same exact time, would Earth have enough oxygen to sustain all of us?

Well, what do you think? Tell us!

And now for this weeks best-thought:

 
Nov 4, 2009. 4:33 PMSeleziona says:
 yes, everybody breathes normally, no oxygen shortages, and yawning takes a little more air, but not too much. So earth would have enough oxygen, and half of the world is asleep when we are awake, so it would be highly improbable
 

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what kind of crazy coincidence would that take to happen?
chopstx (author)  Zaphod Beeblebrox7 years ago
If it did happen!
Seleziona7 years ago
 yes, everybody breathes normally, no oxygen shortages, and yawning takes a little more air, but not too much. So earth would have enough oxygen, and half of the world is asleep when we are awake, so it would be highly improbable
chopstx (author)  Seleziona7 years ago
Congratulations with your Best-Thought!
Yay!
chopstx (author)  Seleziona7 years ago
Yep! It's up there!^
1st and best thought!
chopstx (author)  Seleziona7 years ago
Oh yeah! I forgot about the day/night thing! Smart. Hey, that reminds me, have you seen the movie "get smart"?
First, what proof do you offer that a yawn is of greater volume than a normal breathe?
chopstx (author)  Tool Using Animal7 years ago
No, if everyone yawned at the same exact time.

I don't know if the air intake is more or less.
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