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Nick

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How many people are cooking these 50 eggs?

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How much time would it take to boil 50 eggs?
I guess my point with cavitation is that water can boil at very low temperatures. When the pressure is dropped sufficiently (like at the "screw" of a submarine) the bubbles that boil (bubbling?) form the vibrations they "hear" (what they detect) when they listen for the submarine's position. If we're talking about boiling eggs and not about "cooking" them, there would be considerably less time involved.

If we're talking about 3 minute soft-boiled eggs (that somehow took 10 minutes to cook due to higher altitude perhaps), that would be different than hard-boiled (cooked) eggs. tim-from-pa uploaded a video about cooking scrambled eggs within the shell and we might want to consider that and test if an egg with that kind of pre-treatment would "cook" faster. Unsure but density of the egg material may cause a change. Does it have a yolk? Not all eggs do. Is it fertilized?

Here's the video. Would have been fun for April Fool's day, right?

[video=youtube;aazP6zvJmiQ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aazP6zvJmiQ[/video]
 
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Someone said it'd take 10 minutes. That's a fair answer. However...even under the constant conditions stated by someone here...it'd take beyond 10 minutes.
 

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...However I can't be so sure. Presence of impurities on the surfaces of the eggs can help make then ready even before 10mins

So, I'd suggest...someone should try this experiment. Pls don't use your wife's or mom's kitchen.
 

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Someone said it'd take 10 minutes. That's a fair answer. However...even under the constant conditions stated by someone here...it'd take beyond 10 minutes.
Unless, as others have pointed out, unless there were more than one pot or person to do the 50. Even when we consider covering the pot, the times change. All other things must be held equal. Then, and only then, may we say that it would take longer for the water to boil with 50 than it would for 1, because nobody has mentioned "cooking" either. The "Presence of impurities on the surfaces of the eggs" would be part of the holding ALL else equal.

We need a ceteris paribus clause in the first post, else every worm held in the can of my posts would spill out into our pot and need to be boiled also. Boiled worms? Not so appetizing.
 
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Lets take for instance the temp of the cooking water is XX Celcius, and that of a single egg is YY Celcius. One egg would lower the XX of the water. This is insignificant, maybe. However, 50 eggs at XX would have more impact on the XX of the water.
 

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Someone said it'd take 10 minutes. That's a fair answer. However...even under the constant conditions stated by someone here...it'd take beyond 10 minutes.
Unless, as others have pointed out, unless there were more than one pot or person to do the 50. Even when we consider covering the pot, the times change. All other things must be held equal. Then, and only then, may we say that it would take longer for the water to boil with 50 than it would for 1, because nobody has mentioned "cooking" either. The "Presence of impurities on the surfaces of the eggs" would be part of the holding ALL else equal.

We need a ceteris paribus clause in the first post, else every worm held in the can of my posts would spill out into our pot and need to be boiled also. Boiled worms? Not so appetizing.
Not appetizing? Don't upset our Chineese friends.
 

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Not appetizing? Don't upset our Chineese friends.
lol, I won't if you won't. It's spelled, "Chinese". Now back to the subject. All else must be held equal, right?
 
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Like I said before...just sneak into her kitchen and use her stuff. She's not used to keeping records or counts of kitcheries.
This is a chauvinistic remark! Though not yet, that kitchen will be "ours" ... not hers. And in my kitchen right now, I don't have the utensils to boil 50 eggs at once. So fork it over, bro, or forever wonder about the answer!

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Like I said before...just sneak into her kitchen and use her stuff. She's not used to keeping records or counts of kitcheries.
This is a chauvinistic remark! Though not yet, that kitchen will be "ours" ... not hers. And in my kitchen right now, I don't have the utensils to boil 50 eggs at once. So fork it over, bro, or forever wonder about the answer!

:toofunny
Women own the kitchen. Abberration, bro. Don't even think you are gonna have a spare key to her kitchen.:sad:sad:sad



once again, goodluck.
 

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I see our guys have issues with their wives kitchens. No one has come up with a result yet??? Fear of her rage when she dicvovers an intuder messed up her kitchen? She would yell at you but never kill.
 

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I have the big pots and I have as many eggs as you need. I have chickens.

Is this a guy thing and women are thought not capable? See what happens when you only skim the last page of a thread? :yes

*tiptoes out of the thread*
 

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I have the big pots and I have as many eggs as you need. I have chickens.

Is this a guy thing and women are thought not capable? See what happens when you only skim the last page of a thread? :yes

*tiptoes out of the thread*
You have all and the thread is suffering? :toofunny
 
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