Topic: Objective Qualities of a Carrot

All carrots, all time all places have the same objective qualities. What are they?

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9e/CarrotDiversityLg.jpg

Hint: some of the qualities from the "rock list" will also appear here.

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Re: Objective Qualities of a Carrot

Carrots have mass and weight as rocks do, don't they?
As rocks are "inert" meaning inactive, the opposite would be reactive, but carrots are not reactive as far as I know.

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all carrots have the same basic make up.

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Basically a Carrot is a carrot some just grow faster than others and maybe look dirtier or greener but all look the same its just grown differently.

Re: Objective Qualities of a Carrot

sean.earle wrote:

all carrots have the same basic make up.

Define "same basic make up."

A list of objective qualities (all times all places for every carrot anywhere in the universe) is what is asked for in this discussion.

6 (edited by kirk.lawrence 2009-12-14 10:45:30)

Re: Objective Qualities of a Carrot

mkasyan wrote:

Carrots have mass and weight as rocks do, don't they?
As rocks are "inert" meaning inactive, the opposite would be reactive, but carrots are not reactive as far as I know.

Great you remember science class!!! And both rocks and carrots also occupy space.

Re: Objective Qualities of a Carrot

kirk.lawrence wrote:
mkasyan wrote:

Carrots have mass and weight as rocks do, don't they?
As rocks are "inert" meaning inactive, the opposite would be reactive, but carrots are not reactive as far as I know.

Great you remember science class!!! And both rocks and carrots also occupy space.

Yes, but what makes a carrot different from a rock. What qualities does a carrot have that a rock does not? There are a few.

Re: Objective Qualities of a Carrot

A carrot must grow, it reproduces, it lives. A quite significant quality of a carrot is that it is passive. It does not go out of its way to get food or to reproduce. It must receive nutrients, rain, sunshine to live. Its seeds must be carried by the wind or natural force or some external critter must plant them.

No carrot has passed a self defense class, shopped at the Co-Op, or picked up a date at "the bar".

To sum up, a carrot has the following objective qualities:
• mass
• weight
• charge
• life
• take food
• grow
• reproduce
• passive

Now, let's discuss the bunny.

9 (edited by zkoebel 2012-05-02 14:47:04)

Re: Objective Qualities of a Carrot

they have leaves