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An 118 MPH Wind Could Lift Mary Poppins

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In my latest Because Science, I am again attempting to answer your questions sent in via social media. Could you ever swim through loose change like Scrooge McDuck? What could be a real-world analog for vampirism and lycnathropy? Is there a strong enough wind to get Mary Poppins up in the atmosphere, up where the air is clear? I do my best with these nerdy queries above!

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  1. Shadowknight says:

    Peter Griffin found out the hard way diving into a vault of coins.