Doors >>>>>>>


It all started with a viral tweet from early in the month of March by a New Zealand rugby league manager when he asked the question: Are there more doors or wheels in the world?
There is an obvious answer to this question: doors.
Let’s look at the facts.
Growing up we watched movies like “Monsters Inc. by Disney’s Pixar. This movie is purely a bunch of doors to kids’ closets. If we assume that every single closet has a theoretical door attached to it in an alternate dimension, then the math tells us that there are a lot of doors.
Next, if we want to stay away from the fictional side of things, I will point out some doors in the world around you! To begin, let’s understand the definition of a door, as that is the main root of the problem for the #doors side. A door, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is “a swinging or sliding barrier by which an entry is closed and opened.” With that in mind, we begin in just the average household. Every room has at least one door, sometimes more, along with closets, cupboards, microwaves, washers and dryers, and fridges. That adds up to a lot just in one average household.
Furthermore, hotels and cruise ships. Hotels are endless hallways of doors, with no wheels might I add. Each hotel room has a bathroom and an entrance way, 2 doors, with cupboards, a microwave, and a mini fridge. In the end this gives us the sum of about 12 doors for each hotel room, at least, multiplied by each room and every hotel. That’s a lot of doors.
Want even more doors? Well, container ships are filled to the brim with containers that have doors on all four sides. Of course, some of these containers may have wheels being transported, but think about it: containers also transport containers. More doors!
To the #wheel people out there, most of your arguments are very weak. Their main argument is that everyone and their mother has a car. That argument can be easily refuted, as every car has doors – it is as simple as that, cars cancel themselves out.
According to Intermountain Health Care, an obscure healthcare company founded in 1975, “A sodium channel is a door to the cells in your body.” In every mammal there are sodium channels in your skin and your kidney. In total, there are about 10 sodium channels PER MAMMAL. You can’t beat that. Multiply 10 by the number of mammals on the planet; that number is almost infinite. That can’t be beat.
Overall, there are more doors in the world. Anyone who claims otherwise will have their sodium channels methodically removed from their body, courtesy of Intermountain Health Care. Think carefully.