Hi, Benjamin here. One of the things we learned in Health class last semester was the relationship between tiredness and brain function, specifically memory. Funnily enough, I forgot to do the memory assignment we were supposed to do when tired. This evening, though, I thought I'd have a go with my cognitive skills when they're not at their best?
My question is this: using the energy from a single bowl of cheerios, how high could you lift a 2000 pound car? The answer I got was approximately 170 feet, even after double-checking. In the state I'm currently in, I don't know how feasible this is, so if anyone else wants to try out this problem, I'd be happy to find out how my brain works when tired. Health is a wonderful thing.