"Feathers hit the ground before
the weight can leave the air"
bury magneyts ha. its a ref. to
the towrer of pisa and some exper. about dropping lead weights
and feathers. but you all knew that. [Stipe,
on AOL] * He said that a hammer and
a feather will hit the ground at the same time if there is no
air. In fact they tried an experiment on the moon (where there
is no air) with a hammer and a feather. The astronaut dropped
them both at the same time, and they hit the ground at the same
time. It was quite spectacular to watch really. [Joe Locke]
I.e., unsafely built buildings.
"It's gonna fall"
This is a reference to the Chicken
Little story, where Chicken Little gets hit on the head with
something and assumes it was a piece of the sky, and runs around
telling everyone that the sky is falling. [Chris Piuma]
"(melt the statues in the park)"
An acid rain reference. [Ron Henry]