If you ever drop your keys into a river of molten lava, forget em', cause, man, they're gone. –Jack Handey
Question #5641 posted on 05/15/2004 12:01 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I was told by a co-worker today that if one sets a car battery on a concrete floor, the battery will disharge. I told him that I don't believe it and that it sounds like an urban myth. So I got to thinking IF it WERE true, then how might a concrete floor cause a battery to discharge?

So, do you have any electron flow therorists that might have a hypothesus of this shocking phenominon?

(I know my spelling sucks)(And thanks for the Apollo 100 song. It was it.)
- Kimberley Witchey

A: Dear Kimberley Witchey-

Nope. It's just a myth.

If it were true, it would be because conrete has magical properties. Which it does, but not that one.

-The Franchise