Weird phenomenon

Just a couple of things for now…….

Let’s start with the light inside the fridge. Now, does it actually go off when you close the door?  Everything points to the fact that yes it does go out. You can press the switch yourself and it goes out, you can watch through the tiny crack in the door as you are closing it, and it goes out. I’m not convinced though. How do we actually know that it doesn’t come back on? How do we know that something inside the fridge doesn’t get up and turn it back on? Hadn’t thought of that had you? Take a tomato for instance. There it was, happily growing in its growbag, being watered, fed and sunbathing everyday. And then wham, pulled from its life source, dragged to a factory, shoved in a bag and taken to a shop to be sold. Then some random buys it, takes it home and puts it in a cold, dark (who knows) fridge to wait for its death in a sandwich. If i was that tomato, I’d definitely get up and turn the light on.

Next up is the thermos flask. Quite a simple thing really, but at the same time it confuses me (doesn’t take a lot I know). So, you put nice hot coffee in your flask first thing in the morning and hours later when you go to drink it, it’s still hot, marvellous. Alternatively, you put a nice cold drink of your choice in and hours later when you go to drink it, its still cold, perfect. So why do if find this so confusing? Well, how the hell does the flask distinguish between hot and cold?? Very clever.

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Hi, I’m Martin. 47 years old, living in Suffolk. I have three amazing grown up children. I have the best family and friends in the world. I am a football fan, love going to the gym and I am a motorcycle pilot. I’ve had mental health problems all of my life. This site is about my past, present and future. I’m hoping to make it easier for people to be able to speak freely about mental health. It can affect anyone at anytime.
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