BBC Radio 4 - The Infinite Monkey Cage.
The infinite monkey theorem states that a monkey hitting keys at random on a typewriter keyboard for an infinite amount of time will almost surely type any given text, such as the complete works of William Shakespeare.In fact, the monkey would almost surely type every possible finite text an infinite number of times. However, the probability that monkeys filling the observable universe would.
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The monkey started going crazy. He was ramming himself into the door life there was a lion trapped in there along with him. The door fell to the ground. The monkey had enough strength to knock down a heavy door. As soon as the monkey got on the outside of the cage he started attacking everyone. The police officer was chasing him, but he just couldn't catch him. As the police officer chased him.
Notice the intense look of the monkey in the cage behind, as he or she observes the mistreatment of this monkey. Animal testing must stop! (Monkey - Experiment - 17) In this photo, they seem to be squirting water up the nose of the monkey to wash down the drugs. This must be absolute torture for the monkeys involved in these experiments. Michael Deusa explains that the drug is being pushed.
She tripped close to the cage. The monkey got startled and went crazy instantly. The monkey grabbed her arm and ripped her skin off in one bite. It is the gnarliest thing I ever saw. Her face turned pale white I think because of the shock and loss of blood. We carry her out the park while she and some of us were stained with blood, an old guy who is working in the park sees us and immediately.
The Monkey Cage is a 1966 Australian television play written by Ruth Fenner, with Storry Walton as a consulting producer. It aired as part of Australian Playhouse and aired 20 June 1966. Australian TV drama was relatively rare at the time. Plot. Joe is a city building caretaker with an ail-too attractive wife. In the course of trying to throw out one of her admirers (David Yorston) the two get.