CLASSICAL GAS --
SOLUTION TO LAST ISSUE'S PUZZLER
The solution is:
The nozzle must be at least two meters in diameter.
Given the stated assumptions (that there is no evaporation, there is no
ground absorption, and there are no animals of any kind or size, even microscopic),
this is the only solution that would permit ketchup to flow across Canada
in the allotted time of 75 years.
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