As a primitive life form I'm pretty sure they are asexual and reproduce by budding.But what about the ecosystem? What if some of the peanuts get buried enough to actually hatch out? Or do they sprout?
Per @scatman’s idea of the circus peanut trail, it would appear that @scatman is making the big assumption that bears and other creatures of the wild won’t be tempted to eat said peanuts. However, perhaps @scatman has researched this already and has come to the conclusion that bears and other creatures of the wild won’t touch these circus peanuts. Which brings one to yet another question - why won’t the bears and other creatures eat the circus peanuts? And if they won’t eat them, why in the world would any human eat them?
Another question - can one roast these circus peanuts over a fire like a marshmallow? And if so, can one create a circus peanut s’more?
And can circus peanuts be used as a firestarter?
This problem is going to require much more than calculus. Maybe even some linear algebra. And engineering applications are often difficult and require a lot of testing. I mean, this could mean going well beyond the mean in applications. Are you guys up to the test? It could require spending the rest of the summer in Yellowstone you know.
Isn’t that a gun shop?
Bring me a goodie from the Crumb Brothers when you’re there. I used to go there every day for an espresso and palmier. After I moved back to Moab, one of their bakers came down on vacation and brought me a loaf of bread. Made my day.I'm going to stop in on my next trip to Logan.