Hide and seek
One day, Einstein, Newton, and Pascal meet up and decide to play a game of hide and seek. Einstein volunteered to go first.
As Einstein counted, Pascal ran away scrambling to find a great hiding place. Giddily, he squeezed into a crawl space, sure he would win, as there was no way Newton could find a better hiding spot.
Newton, on the other hand, stood right in front of Einstein, pulled out a piece of chalk, and drew a box on the ground, measuring roughly 1 x 1 meters. Then he sat down neatly inside the box and waited for Einstein to finish counting.
Of course, when Einstein opened his eyes, he saw Newton right away and, with a bit of disappointment, said, “I found you Newton, you lose.”
But Newton replied, “On the contrary. You’re looking at one Newton over a square meter… Pascal loses!”