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If you open it, close it.

If you turn it on, turn it off.

If you unlock it, lock it up.

If you break it, admit it.

If you can't fix it, call in someone who can.

If you borrow it, return it.

If you value it, take care of it.

If you make a mess, clean it up.

If you move it, put it back.

If it belongs to someone else, get permission to use it.

If you don't know how to operate it, leave it alone.

If it's none of your business, don't ask questions.
1.  2.  3.  
s = 1 Trivial.  s = 2 Proved by Frits Göbel in 1979.  s = 2 Proved by Frits Göbel in 1979. 
4.  5.  6.  
s = 2 Trivial.  s = 2 + 1 / √2 = 2.707+ Proved by Frits Göbel in 1979.  s = 3 Proved by Michael Kearney and Peter Shiu in April 2002. 
7.  8.  9.  
s = 3 Proved by Erich Friedman in 1999.  s = 3 Proved by Erich Friedman in 1999.  s = 3 Trivial. 
10.  11.  14.  
s = 3 + 1 / √2 = 3.707+ Proved by Walter Stromquist in 2003.  s = 3.877+ Found by Walter Trump in 1979.  s = 4 Proved by Erich Friedman in 1999. 
15.  17.  18.  
s = 4 Proved by Erich Friedman in 1999.  s = 4.675+ Found by John Bidwell in 1997.  s = (7 + √7) / 2 = 4.822+ Found by Pertti Hamalainen in 1979. 
19.  24.  26.  
s = 3 + 4 √2 / 3 = 4.885+ Found by Robert Wainwright in 1979.  s = 5 Proved by Erich Friedman in 1999.  s = 7 / 2 + 3 / √2 = 5.621+ Found by Erich Friedman in 1997. 
27.  28.  29.  
s = 5 + 1 / √2 = 5.707+ Found by Frits Göbel in 1979.  s = 3 + 2 √2 = 5.828+ Found by Frits Göbel in 1979.  s = 5.934+ Found by Thierry Gensane and Philippe Ryckelynck in April 2004. 
37.  38.  39.  
s = 6.598+ Found by David W. Cantrell in September 2002.  s = 6 + 1 / √2 = 6.707+ Found by Frits Göbel in 1979.  s = 6.818+ Found by David W. Cantrell in August 2002. 
40.  41.  50.  
s = 4 + 2 √2 = 6.828+ Found by Frits Göbel in 1979.  s = 6.947+ Found by David W. Cantrell in October 2005.  s = 7.598+ Found by David W. Cantrell in September 2002. 
51.  52.  53.  
s = 7.704+ Found by Károly Hajba in July 2009.  s = 7 + 1 / √2 = 7.707+ Found by Frits Göbel in 1979.  s = 5 + 2 √2 = 7.823+ Found by David W. Cantrell in September 2002. 
54.  55.  65.  
s = 7.848+ Found by David W. Cantrell in October 2005.  s = 7.987+ Found by David W. Cantrell in October 2005.  s = 5 + 5 / √2 = 8.535+ Found by Frits Göbel in 1979. 
66.  67.  68.  
s = 3 + 4 √2 = 8.657+ Found by Evert Stenlund in 1980.  s = 8 + 1 / √2 = 8.707+ Found by Frits Göbel in 1979.  s = 15/2 + √7/2 = 8.822+ Found by David W. Cantrell in September 2002. 
69.  70.  71.  
s = 8.828+ Found by Maurizio Morandi in June 2010.  s = 8.912+ Found by David W. Cantrell in August 2002.  s = 8.963+ Found by David W. Cantrell in October 2005. 
82.  83.  84.  
s = 6 + 5 / √2 = 9.535+ Found by Frits Göbel in 1979.  s = 4 + 4 √2 = 9.657+ Found by Evert Stenlund in 1980.  s = 9 + 1 / √2 = 9.707+ Found by Frits Göbel in 1979. 
85.  86.  87.  
s = 11 / 2 + 3 √2 = 9.742+ Found by Erich Friedman in 1997.  s = 17 / 2 + √7 / 2 = 9.822+ Found by Erich Friedman in 1997.  s = 9.851+ Found by David W. Cantrell in August 2002. 
88.  89.  
s = 9.901+ Found by David W. Cantrell in August 2002.  s = 5 + 7 / √2 = 9.950+ Found by Evert Stenlund in 1980. 
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Poland's Mysterious Crooked Forest
In a tiny corner of western Poland a forest of about 400 pine trees grow with a 90 degree bend at the base of their trunks  all bent northward.
Surrounded by a larger forest of straight growing pine trees this collection of curved trees, or "Crooked Forest," is a mystery.
Planted around 1930, the trees managed to grow for seven to 10 years before getting held down, in what is understood to have been human mechanical intervention.
Though why exactly the original tree farmers wanted so many crooked trees is unknown.
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