< Scratch Wiki:April Fools

Rage icon.png This is an April Fools' Day version of Simulating Gravity. Please don't take it seriously. You can find the original here.
To simulate gravity in a project, you have to use MATH. That's right kids, just like in the class you dread at school where people buy 78 watermelons and add 10+9. Since so many people hate math, almost everyone just ignores the fact that gravity is very important. If you don't like math, we encourage you not to attempt this. If you do like math, though, you can try using the following steps.

1. Go to the highest floor in your house. Find a room with a window.

2. Open the window.

3. Grab your laptop (with Scratch currently running on it) and drop it out your window.

You just simulated gravity! Gravity is the force that pulled your book down. If you really like math, you can go get the laptop, but you might be better off without it.