This is the science behind Santa’s Christmas Eve trip – FireWire
Today is Christmas Eve, that means Santa Claus, Father’s Day, Saint Nicholas, Old Easter, Or whatever you call it, you have this day to give many gifts to millions of children in the world.
Although, of course, Santa Claus will come to your house at night, it must be remembered that the rotation of the Earth does not make it night at the same time all over the world.
So really, you have more than one night to do that, you actually have a little over 24 hours to hand in all those gifts. However, even the two days seem to be a very short time to give out millions of gifts.
But everything seems to indicate that Santa Claus is not only good at choosing gifts, but also has certain scientific skills that allow him to achieve his goal every birthday.
high speed sled
Depending on how we estimate, Santa Claus should visit between 80 and 800 million homes, in about 36 hours. This means that you should spend less than a second at home.
Not only might Santa’s sleigh be carried by his flying reindeer charm, he might need some extra help: Antimatter thrusters.
So far these types of thrusters are just engineering projects to power spacecraft. But perhaps NASA should contact the North Pole for advice.
[ ¿Qué tan rápido debería viajar Santa Claus para entregar los regalos? ]
Camouflage to go unnoticed
One of the reasons why Santa Claus does his quick job of gift giving so well is because no one sees him, how can he make it happen?
Perhaps the reason is that his sled himself uses some form of camouflage, such as the camouflage of animals such as a chameleon, imitating the colors and patterns of his surroundings so that it goes unnoticed.
Perhaps Santa’s sleigh and suit were designed Paranormal material. If an object is covered with this type of material, it distorts the path of light in such a way that it appears that there is nothing in its path: it makes the object practically invisible.
Rodolfo the bioluminescent reindeer
Perhaps Santa Claus and his sleigh can camouflage or become invisible, but something will not go unnoticed: Rodolfo’s reindeer, at least his nose.
Rodolfo’s bright red nose can have a scientific explanation: It must be a bioluminescence phenomenon, such as those that occur in fireflies.
Of course, it is not normal for reindeer to have biologically glowing noses, but perhaps this means that Santa Claus also mastered genetic engineering and designed a reindeer with these characteristics.
Difficulty entering homes
Tradition dictates that Santa comes to bring gifts through the chimney, but realistically that should represent a very small percentage. Many children in cities live in apartment buildings and even many homes do not have a fireplace.
Anyway, this means that Santa Claus managed to enter the closed houses to achieve his goal, does he have a master key for each location? The best lock game in the world?
Perhaps this will be achieved thanks to the fact that in addition to the great Christmas spirit, he also knows and deals with the principles of quantum entanglement. Could those gifts be yours Quantum entanglement with particles in every home, and thus can be transferred practically to them.
Now they won’t be able to suspect that maybe magic is helping Santa Claus a little bit, but surely science could have something to do with it. Anyway, I want you to stop by your house and leave a gift for you. Merry Christmas.
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