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These tiny creatures can appear and disappear in the blink of an eye. You may never know if you've seen one or not! But you can be sure of one thing: there is a wealth of fascinating lore about these little people who can vanish at will. The Banshee: This Irish fairy is more often heard than seen. Her mournful wail, called keening, is heard outside the home of a dying person. The Bogeyman: Also called bogies or bugbears, these fairies are nasty to children and frighten them in the dark. Only children can see their furry bodies and fiery red eyes.
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Brownies: Brownies are helpful little men with brownish skin and brown clothing. They have been said to visit farms in Scotland and do household chores while the family sleeps.
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All they ask in return for their work is a bowl of cream. Changelings: A changeling is a fairy child who takes the place of a human baby who the fairies think is being fussed over too much. Dwarfs: These aged creatures of the mountains are miners with magical powers. They won't appear aboveground in daylight because they'll turn to stone. They wear long clothes to cover their feet, which are deformed or point backward.
Elves: Elves are merry creatures who live in colonies under the earth. They love parties, music, and dancing, but they kidnap people who are caught listening to their music. Flower fairies: In the gardens of China, flower fairies dress like young girls and spread the scent of flowers as they dance.
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We decided to give 4 Prizes, 3 Honorable Mentions and 14 Commendations without order. We initially thought that the theme was rather difficult, but the number of entries seems to have proven that we were wrong. As usual we awarded problems that showed the theme intensively and we praised rich strategy as well as a good and pleasant construction, with all white or black officers used in the solutions.
Interplay must also play a role in the solution. We hope, however, their authors will be able to find out improved settings and even win prizes in other tournaments. Original Problems 19 th ;22 nd of September, Original Problems th of September, Tinker Bell, the main fairy from the Peter Pan universe, seems to be a little under six inches tall.
As another data point, the statue of Tinker Bell at Madam Tussaud's wax museum is 5. That's less than humans or horses , and probably comparable to the total mass of all humpback whales. At these numbers, fairies would be a minor piece of the ecosystem, although possibly a pretty annoying one.
But it wasn't always the case. In the early days of our species, our high birth rates and death rates plus our low population mean that we would have accumulated fairies quickly. The exact numbers depend on when the modern human fairy-generating species developed, but by the time the last ice age was over, the accumulated fairies could have outweighed our tiny living human population 10 to 1. Once our population started growing following the agricultural revolution , we would have quickly outstripped fairies in terms of weight.
In , fairy biomass would be down to about 1.
But as long as humans keep reproducing, the fairy population would keep growing. If we assume the human population will level off at around 9 billion partway through this century, then the share of mass occupied by fairies would continue rising steadily. In the year ,, if our species is somehow still around, they'll outweigh us. This makes things interesting. Let's assume fairies need to eat. If fairies weigh about as much as us, they'd presumably be consuming a similar share of food and water. So even if the Earth can support million tons of human, it may not be able to support million tons of human and another million tons of fairy.