The buttered cat paradox is a common joke in view of the tongue-in-cheek combination of two proverbs:
Cats always land on their feet.
Buttered toast always lands buttered side down.
The paradox emerges when one considers what might happen on the off chance that one joined a bit of buttered toast (adulate side) to the back of a cat, then dropped the cat from a substantial tallness.
Some individuals tongue in cheek keep up that the analysis will create an anti-gravity impact. They recommend that as the cat falls towards the ground, it will back off and begin to pivot, in the end achieving a consistent condition of drifting a short separation from the beginning turning at fast as both the buttered side of the toast and the cat’s feet endeavor to land on the ground.In June 2003, Kimberly Miner won a Student Academy Award for her film Perpetual Motion. Digger construct her film in light of a paper composed by a secondary school companion that investigated the potential implications of the cat and buttered toast thought.