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The theory that, any rock, no matter the shape or size, can still skip a considerable distance upon a body of water if spun fast enough. This theory disproves that a rock HAS to be flat in order to skip upon water.

NOTE: This theory was in fact proven through vigorous testing during a boring afternoon near a lake.
Kid: "Hey, that rock is squarish. It wont skip on the lake. You need to find a flat one."

Friend: "No, it should skip. Sean's Fundamental Law of Rock Skipping disproves that myth."

Kid: "It doesn't have to be flat?"

Friend: "Nope"
by Mark5991 November 10, 2009
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