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1. The Polytechnic designer prepared to plan for no walls between rooms in the polytechnic.  He did this by eating from the flat bowl. First, he touched the left side of the pea. Second, he touched the right side of the pea with another finger on his hand. Third, he moved the pea to the left. In this way, the Polytechnic designer prepared to plan for no walls between rooms in the polytechnic by eating from the flat bowl.


2. The airlifter prepared to count the number of rescued crew. He did this by writing ‘A’ with the chalk. First, he lifted his hand to the line. Second, he applied the chalk to the blackboard. Third, he wrote the letter ‘A’. In this way, the airlifter prepared to count the number of rescued crew by writing ‘A’ with the chalk.


3. The airlifter tested that all of the rescued crewmember’s articles of clothing were securely worn. He did this by eating the slice of cake. First, he ate the strawberry. Second, he ate the cake topping. Third, he ate the main part of the slice of cake. In this way, the airlifter prepared to test that all of the rescued crewmember’s articles of clothing were securely worn by eating the slice of cake.


4. The rocket artist drew the regions of the rocket. He did this by cutting out the letter. First, he opened the scissors at the edge of the paper. Second, he cut along the lines of the outside of the letter. Third, he folded the paper in half, made a cut in the hole of the letter, and cut out the hole. In this way, the rocket artist prepared to draw the regions of the rocket by cutting out the letter.


5. The pilot prepared to test the system was working. He did this by lighting the candle. First, he made sure the candle was upright. Second, he lit the candle. Third, he made sure the flame stayed alight. In this way, the pilot prepared to test the system was working by lighting the candle.


6. The helicopter pilot prepared to remove the lavender from the heliport. She did this by burning the aromatherapy oil. First, she squeezed oil from eucalyptus leaves into water. Second, she rubbed two sticks together to produce a fire. Third, she evaporated the liquid to produce an aroma. In this way, the helicopter pilot prepared to remove the lavender from the heliport by burning the aromatherapy oil.


7. The helicopter pilot prepared to take off and land. He did this by heating the vegan sausage. First, he placed it in a pan. Second, he lit a fire. Third, he heated the sausage in the pan over the fire. In this way, the helicopter pilot prepared to take off and land by heating the vegan sausage.


8. The body artist mimicked a sapling. He did this by painting himself green with body paint. First, he uncapped the body paint. Second, he applied the body paint to a brush. Third, he applied the brush to his body. In this way, the body artist prepared to mimic a sapling by painting himself green with body paint.


9. The swimmer kicked the water with his feet. He did this by feeling his heartbeat. First, he undid his shirt. Second, he placed his hand on his heart. Third, he felt it beat once. In this way, the swimmer prepared to kick the water with his feet by feeling his heartbeat.


10. The artist prepared to dabble with the paints. He did this by adding milk to the cake mixture. First, he opened the carton of milk. Second, he placed it over the mixture. Third, he poured it onto the mixture. In this way, the artist prepared to dabble with the paints by adding milk to the cake mixture.


11. The millinery consultant prepared to manufacture the hat. He did this by writing an emoticon. First, he wrote a colon (“:”) representing a man’s eyes. Second, he wrote a hyphen (“-”) representing his nose. Third he wrote a right parenthesis (“)”) representing his mouth. In this way, the millinery consultant prepared to manufacture the hat by writing an emoticon.


12. The Lord prepared to appear based on objects. He did this by eating the candy cane. First, he licked the crook. Second, he ate the stick. Third, he digested the base. In this way, the Lord prepared to appear based on objects by eating the candy cane.


13. The doctor prepared to eat the meal with a knife and fork. He did this by eating the soufflé. First, he licked the sweet top. Second, he lifted the spoon. Third, he made an incision in the soufflé. In this way, the doctor prepared to eat the meal with a knife and fork by eating the soufflé.


14. The astronaut drove to the launch pad in the shuttle bus. He did this by eating the ship lolly. First, he held the lolly with one hand. Second, he unwrapped the lolly. Third, he ate the lolly. In this way, the astronauts prepared to ride to the launch pad in the shuttle bus by eating the ship lolly.


15. The astronaut prepared to travel through the space dock. She did this by eating the sphere space station jube. First, she placed it in front of her. Second, she melted it on her tongue. Third, she swallowed it. In this way, the astronaut prepared to travel through the space dock by eating the spherical space station jube.


16. The central nervous system specialist tested that the program worked. He did this by opening the deck chair. First, he placed the bottom of the back of it on the ground. Second, he held the folded seat with one of his hands. Third, he unfolded the seat, so that all four legs were touching the ground. In this way, the central nervous system specialist tested that the program worked by opening the deck chair.


17. The heart specialist constructed a heart beat triangle. He did this by licking the triangular lollipop. First, he licked the lollipop. Second, he tasted the guava lollipop. Third, he bit it. In this way, the heart specialist constructed a heart beat triangle by licking the triangular lollipop.


18. The physiologist read the answer in the book. He did this by eating the spinach. First, he uncurled it. Then, he pinned down all four corners of it. Third, he cut a square from it and ate it. In this way, the physiologist read the answer in the book by eating the spinach.


19. The theologian scientifically tested whether God had a higher quality of life. She did this by eating the seaweed. First, she stood on the shore. Second, she waded in to the sea. Third, she collected and ate the seaweed. In this way, the theologian scientifically tested whether God had a higher quality of life by eating the seaweed.


20. The roboticist prepared to operate on Toby to be positive. He did this by shredding the spinach. First, he cut the spinach. Second, he placed it in strips. Third, he lined up the strips in a square. In this way, the roboticist operated on Toby to be prepared to be positive by shredding the spinach.


21. The astronaut prepared to live in a house. He did this by eating the sesame seed. First, he removed it from its packet. Second, he pressed it onto his bottom lip. Third, he chewed it. In this way, the astronaut prepared to live in a house by eating the sesame seed.


22. The geneticist prepared a plan for Earth Two. He did this by oiling the carrot. First, he oiled the pan. Second, he placed the carrot in the pan. Third, he removed the carrot. In this way, the geneticist prepared a plan for Earth Two by oiling the carrot.


23. The farmer held a candle at its base. He did this by eating the turnip. First, he chopped off its head. Second, he chopped off its stalk. Third, he ate it. In this way, the farmer held a candle at its base by eating the turnip.


24. The neuroscientist prepared to match the picture with the signal going to the brain. He did this by rotating the circular food server. First, he held the circle in front of him. Second, he rotated the circle 45 degrees clockwise. Third, he noticed that the bowl of bean curd was in front of him. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to match the picture with the signal going to the brain by rotating the circular food server.


25. The neuroscientist prepared to copy the information in the brain cell. He did this by drinking with the straw. First, he placed the straw in the apple juice. Second, he put his lips around the straw. Third, he drank the apple juice. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to copy the information in the brain cell by drinking with the straw.


26. The neuroscientist downloaded all the information directly relevant to a thought from the brain. He did this by pouring the water down the sink. First, he lifted the glass of water. Second, he positioned it above the sink. Third, he emptied it into the sink. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to download all the information directly relevant to a thought from the brain by pouring the water down the sink.


27. The neuroscientist prepared to order the brain data in a string. He did this by pressing a flower. First, he placed the press on the table. Second, he placed the paper in the press. Third, he placed the flower in the press. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to order the brain data in a string by pressing a flower.


28. The neuroscientist prepared to examine a conclusion structure in the brain. He did this by jumping with his knees. First, he bent his knees. Second, he pushed off the ground. Third, he lifted his feet into the air. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to examine a conclusion structure in the brain by jumping with his knees.


29. The neuroscientist studied a reason structure in the brain. He did this by making the olive paste. First, he placed a pitted olive on the chopping board. Second, he cut the olive into squares. Third, he mashed the olive with a pestle. In this way, the neuroscientist prepared to examine a reason structure in the brain by making the olive paste.


30. The neuroscientist achieved the highest quality pinnacle in science. He did this by photographing the setting from the mountain. First, he walked from the subject to the mountain. Second, he climbed the mountain. Third, he photographed the subject from the mountain. In this way, the neuroscientist achieved the highest quality pinnacle in science by photographing the setting from the mountain.


31. The professor prepared to execute the brain program. He did this by dismantling and measuring the components of the pinhole camera. First, he took the top off the camera. Second, he took out the paper. Third, he measured the illustration on the paper. In this way, the professor prepared to execute the brain program by dismantling and measuring the components of the pinhole camera.


32. The neuroscientist identified colours of different anatomical regions of the brain, each with different functions. She did this by tasting the lolly’s differently coloured parts. First, she chose a lolly. Second, she chose one of its parts. Third, she tasted the part. In this way, the neuroscientist identified colours of different anatomical regions of the brain, each with different functions, by tasting the lolly’s differently coloured parts.

Breasoning ListEdit

1. Polyhedron, flat bowl, pea, mitten, margarine, wall


2. Lift, chalk, line, blackboard, A, crewmember


3. Airlifter, cake, strawberry, topping, slice of pie, clothing top


4. Rocket, letter, scissors, outline, paper, hole, paintbrush


5. Plane, candle, candle stick holder, match, flip book, musical note


6. Helicopter, aromatherapy burner, eucalyptus leaf, stick, liquid, heliport


7. Helicopter pilot, vegan sausage, pan, fireplace, fire, launch pad


8. Person, green paint, cap, brush, art, sapling


9. Swimmer, heart model, shirt, hand, beater, pool


10. Artist, glass of milk, raisin, carton, spout, paint mixture


11. Hat, face, colon, hyphen, right parenthesis, consultant


12. Lord, candy, crook, stick, base, picture


13. Doctor, soufflé, sweet, spoon, scalpel, knife


14. Astronaut, ship lolly, paper holder, wrapper, dentures, shuttle bus


15. Space dock, sphere jube, plate, tongue, stomach, space station


16. Brain, deck chair, leg, clamp, square on ground, program listing


17. Heart specialist, triangular lollipop, napkin, guava, incisor, triangle


18. Physiologist, spinach, curler, pin, cutter, book


19. Theologian, seaweed, shore, pants, bowl, pocket


20. Robot, celery, fork, strip, glaze, plus sign


21. Star, sesame seed, packet, bottom lip, molar, house


22. Geneticist, carrot, pot, oil, paper clip, Earth Two


23. Farmer, turnip, head, stalk, eatery, base


24. Neuroscientist, circular food server, glove, 45 degree angle, bean curd, signal


25. Information, straw, glass of apple juice, mouth, bottle, brain cell


26. Download paper, sink, glass of water, bull’s eye, plughole, star


27. String, flower, press, paper, clamp nut, hierarchical marker


28. Conclusion, jumper, knee, ground, air object, spider


29. Reason, olive paste, chopping board, grid, pestle, child


30. Discovery marker, mountain, subject, backpack, photograph, pinnacle


31. Professor, brain program assembly, pinhole camera, lid, paper, illustration, paper roll


32. Coloured paper, lolly, box, stick, taste bud, mathematical function

Room Essay Edit

What is the thesis statement?


I will argue for room.


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Prolog - Finds a random order for rooms in a linear house Edit

?- room([bed,bath,kitchen,study,living,dining],Building).


Building = [kitchen, living, study, dining, bed, bath].


?- room([bed,bath,kitchen,study,living,dining],Building).


Building = [bed, dining, kitchen, living, bath, study].


?- room([bed,bath,kitchen,study,living,dining],Building).


Building = [dining, living, study, kitchen, bed, bath].


?- room([bed,bath,kitchen,study,living,dining],Building).


Building = [study, bath, dining, living, bed, kitchen].


?- room([bed,bath,kitchen,study,living,dining],Building).


Building = [bed, bath, kitchen, study, dining, living].


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room(List1, List2) :- %% Randomly reorders List1 as List2, the order of rooms visited in a building.


room(List1,[],List2).


room(List1,List2,List3) :- %% The linear building works as a whole. (conjunction of connected rooms)


select1(List1,Room,List4),


append(List2,[Room],List5),


room(List4,List5,List3).


room([],List,List) :- !. %% The final room has been added. (reason for connection between rooms)


select1(List1,Room,List2) :- %% Add a room to the linear building. (connection between rooms)


random(N1),


length(List1,L),


N2 is L*N1,


N3 is ceiling(N2),


select2(List1,N3,Room),


delete(List1,Room,List2).


select2(List1,N1,Room) :- %% Select the room at random. (room)


N2 is N1-1,


length(List3,N2),


append(List3,List4,List1),


List4=[Room|_].


select2([Room],1,Room) :- !. %% The possible rooms have been exhausted. (reason for room)


Paragraph 1 – The linear building works as a whole (conjunction of connections between rooms) Edit

A: He did this by rotating the circular food server.


B: He did this by oiling the carrot.


C: He did this by drinking with the straw.


D: He did this by eating the turnip.


E: He did this by eating the sesame seed.


What is the objection to A?  


The diners did not sit at intervals around the circle that were the circumference of the circle divided by an integer (where the subject rotated the circular food server in the hostel).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to A?  


The diners sat around the circle at intervals that were the circumference of the circle divided by an integer.


What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement?


Room is correct because of the dining-organisation of nature, which is correct because the diners sat around the circle at intervals that were the circumference of the circle divided by an integer.


What is the objection to B?


The subject lost her grip on the carrot while she was oiling it (where the subject oiled the carrot in the library kitchen).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to B?


The subject dowsed the carrot, on a skewer, in oil in a glass.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A?  


The diners were seated around the circle at intervals that were the circumference of the circle divided by an integer, like skewers around the circumference of a carrot being cooked on a flame.


What is the objection to C?


The subject’s nap seemed too short to him (where the subject drank with the straw, like a progress bar for a businessperson’s nap).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to C?


The subject took a deep breath and performed his regimen to prepare for the afternoon’s work.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B?


The subject dowsed the carrot, on a skewer, in oil in a glass, like a lung alveolus being dowsed in air when the subject took a deep breath and performed his regimen to prepare for the afternoon’s work.


What is the objection to D?


The subject complained that the raw turnip was bitter (where the subject ate the turnip in a café).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to D?


The subject cooked the turnip before eating it, when it was sweet.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to D and A?


I pointed to a number of whole potatoes to count them with an integer, like the anaphor “it” in “The subject cooked the turnip before eating it” points to “the turnip”.


What is the objection to E?


The subject found the non-sesame seeds contained rancid oil (where the subject ate the sesame seed which he bought at the vegan supermarket).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to E?  


The subject found the sesame seeds’ oil didn’t become rancid.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D?


The subject cooked the turnip in sesame oil.


Paragraph 2 – The final room has been added. (reason for connection between rooms) Edit

A: He did this by eating from the flat bowl.


B: He did this by cutting out the letter.


C: He did this by writing ‘A’ with the chalk.


D: He did this by eating the slice of cake.


E: He did this by lighting the candle.


What is the objection to A?


The subject cut the book cover too large to cover with the paper to glue to it (where the subject cut the homemade book in the shape of the flat rectangular platter).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to A?


The subject cut the book cover small enough so that the paper to glue to it overlapped it by 1 centimetre.


What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement?


Room is correct because of the bookmaking of nature, which is correct because the subject cut the book cover small enough so that the paper to glue to it overlapped it by 1 centimetre. 


What is the objection to B?  


The subject broke the “A” when lifting it because of its hole (where the subject cut out the pastry letter “A” and cooked it for dinner).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to B?


The subject slowly and evenly lifted the pastry “A” to prevent it from breaking.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A?  


The subject cut the book cover small enough so that the paper to glue to it overlapped it by 1 centimetre where the paper was glued to it evenly, like the subject slowly and evenly lifted the pastry “A” to prevent it from breaking.


What is the objection to C?


The subject’s hands were too chalky to serve the breakfast (where the subject wrote “A” with the chalk, denoting the room in which breakfast would be served).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to C?


The subject washed her hands before serving the breakfast.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B?  


The subject washed her hands before lifting the pastry “A” to prevent it from breaking.


What is the objection to D?


The subject couldn’t keep up with the autocue (where the subject made reading news a piece of cake).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to D?


The algorithm adjusted the scrolling speed of the autocue with the newsreader’s speed.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to D and A?


The subject cut the book cover the required size, where the writer wrote a cosmologically interesting number of words per page, affecting the rate the pages were turned.


What is the objection to E?


The subject found the candlelight was too dim to write with (where the subject lit the candle to write about the main course).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to E?  


The subject wrote during the daylight.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D?


The subject adjusted his volume of writing to write the number of pages required.


Paragraph 3 – Add a room to the linear building (connection between rooms) Edit

A: He did this by adding milk to the cake mixture.


B: She did this by burning the aromatherapy oil.


C: He did this by heating the vegan sausage.


D: He did this by painting himself green with body paint.


E: He did this by feeling his heartbeat.


What is the objection to A?  


The subject added too much milk to the cake mixture (where the subject fetched his friend to add milk to the cake mixture).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to A?


The subject added enough milk to the cake mixture.


What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement?


Room is correct because of the ingredient-measurement of nature, which is correct because the subject added enough milk to the cake mixture.


What is the objection to B?  


The subject shouldn’t spill the aromatherapy oil (where the subject burnt the aromatherapy oil in a burner he carried, like he carried dinner).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to B?  


The subject should carry and use the aromatherapy oil burner separately.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A?  


The subject added enough milk to the cake mixture like adding enough oil to the aromatherapy oil burner.


What is the objection to C?


The subject shouldn’t drop the vegan sausage in the fire because the vegan sausage is too heavy for the stick (where the subject heated the vegan sausage when he went to dinner).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to C?


The subject should use a strong enough stick to cook the vegan sausage on.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B?  


The subject should carry the aromatherapy oil burner, like using a strong enough stick to cook the vegan sausage on.


What is the objection to D?


The subject shouldn’t dirty the table with body mask (where the subject paints himself green with body mask when preparing for lying on the table).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to D?  


The attendant should sponge the excess body mask from the table.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to D and A?  


The attendant should sponge the excess body mask from the table, where the body mask is like the milk added to the cake mixture.


What is the objection to E?  


The subject couldn’t easily feel his heart beat with his hand (where the subject felt his heartbeat, like feeling the breakfast tray on the bed).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to E?  


The subject felt his pulse at his wrist, instead of at his chest.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D?


The subject should sponge the excess body mask from the table with his hand, like feeling his pulse at his wrist, instead of at his chest, with his hand.


Paragraph 4 – Select the room at random (room). Edit

A: He did this by opening the deck chair.


B: He did this by shredding the spinach with a grater.


C: He did this by eating the spinach.


D: She did this by eating the seaweed.


E: He did this by licking the triangular lollipop.


What is the objection to A?  


The lock prevented the subject from opening the deck chair (where the deck chair, like a chair in a study, is opened).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to A?  


The lock was unlocked, allowing the deck chair to be opened.


What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement?


Room is correct because of the ownerisation of nature, which is correct because the subject should unlock the deck chair.


What is the objection to B?  


The subject couldn’t grate the spinach because it was too thin (where the subject shredded the spinach with a grater in a kitchen).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to B?  


The subject cut, not grated the spinach.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A?  


The lock was unlocked, allowing the deck chair to be opened, like opening non-hurtness by cutting, not grating the spinach, which would hurt to grate.


What is the objection to C?


The subject dropped the spinach (where the subject ate the spinach in the dining room).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to C?


The subject cooked another sprig of spinach.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B?  


The subject cut, not grated the spinach to cook the sprig of spinach.


What is the objection to D?


The subject shouldn’t over eat seaweed (where the subject ate the seaweed, as depicted by a newspaper in the living room).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to D?  


The subject should only eat enough seaweed.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to D and A?  


The lock was unlocked, allowing the deck chair to be opened because the subject should only eat enough seaweed.


What is the objection to E?  


The subject shouldn’t trip over the bottom edge of the sheet when attempting to climb into bed (where the subject folded the bed sheet in a triangle).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to E?  


The subject should access the bed from the side, and tuck oneself into bed.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D?


The subject should only eat enough seaweed, like taking small enough steps when accessing the bed from the side, and tucking oneself into bed.


Paragraph 5 – The possible rooms have been exhausted (reason for room). Edit

A: He did this by writing an emoticon.


B: He did this by eating the soufflé.


C: He did this by eating the candy cane.


D: She did this by eating the sphere space station jube.


E: He did this by eating the ship lolly.


What is the objection to A?  


The computer couldn’t recognise the emoticon because it was a face on its side (where the person’s job was writing an emoticon).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to A?  


The computer recognised the face on its side.


What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement?


Room is correct because of the polyglot-likeness of nature, which is correct because the computer recognised the face on its side. 


What is the objection to B?  


The soufflé collapsed before I ate it (where the room’s function was for the subject to eat the soufflé).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to B?  


I ate the soufflé before it collapsed.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A?


The computer recognised the face on its side as it ate the soufflé before it collapsed.


What is the objection to C?


The subject’s perspective of the candy cane was blocked by his face (where the subject attempted to eat the candy cane that he could see from his perspective).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to C?


The subject moved the candy cane forward so that he could see it from his perspective.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B?  


I ate the soufflé before it collapsed because I moved the candy cane-like hourglass forward so that I could see it from my perspective.


What is the objection to D?


The subject couldn’t fit the settee in his flat because it had a circular cross-section (where the subject sat on the sphere space station jube-shaped settee).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to D?


The designer designed a settee with an oval back.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to D and A?  


The computer recognised the face on its side, like a settee’s oval back.


What is the objection to E?


The subject shouldn’t sail on a ship with a hole in its hull (where the subject wore the ship-print clothing).


What is the rebuttal to this objection to E?


The ship’s hull hole was repaired.


What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D?


The designer designed a settee with an oval back, like a ship’s repaired hull.


Select the order of paragraphs: Edit

A: 4 - The lock was unlocked, allowing the deck chair to be opened. 

B: 1 - The diners sat around the circle at intervals that were the circumference of the circle divided by an integer. 

C: 3 - The subject added enough milk to the cake mixture.

D: 5 - The computer recognised the face on its side. 

E: 2 - The subject cut the book cover small enough so that the paper to glue to it overlapped it by 1 centimetre.


What is the connection between the paragraphs B and A?  The lock was unlocked, allowing the deck chair to be opened (to view the next plant) after the diners sat around the circle at intervals that were the circumference of the circle divided by an integer (having eaten and recommended the plant).


What is the connection between the paragraphs C and B?  The diners sat around the circle at intervals that were the circumference of the circle divided by an integer (to eat the cake) after the subject added enough milk to the cake mixture.


What is the connection between the paragraphs D and A?  The lock was unlocked, allowing the deck chair to be opened (to look for more corn to eat) after the computer recognised the face on its side (where the face belonged to the man who was eating the corn). 


What is the connection between the paragraphs E and D?  The computer recognised the face on its side (to read the book’s spine) after the subject cut the book cover small enough so that the paper to glue to it overlapped it by 1 centimetre.