The travels of a photon ..

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The travels of a photon ..

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A photon booked into a hotel and the receptionist asked: "Have you any heavy luggage?"
"No", replied the photon, "I'm travelling light." :wink:
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Ha! Good one - `light'ening this forum!

Here's one for you:

What did the nuclear physicist have for lunch?

Fission chips!
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That's definitely worth its salt :wink: .
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My goodness that "Fission Chips" joke is really really old....I remember that from Primary School..........and was eaten with "Nuclear (New Clear) Soup"....................maf
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OMG! And to think I have to share this planet with you all! AARRRGGGHHH!

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