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OMG why make life hard, can no one throw a ball stright up??? Yes up, and then stand still. Unless your unable to throw it stright it will come back.... LOL

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Orbit the planet? You know there are easier ways. You throw it as hard as you can straight up into the air. Gravity does all the work for you.

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To the people complaining about how people re coming up with different answers, complicated answers, why waste the time telling them to just use the easy answer when you could just go on to the next riddle? We all know that the easy answer is to simply throw it up, or as stated earlier, throw it as hard as you can from one hand to the other. Not everyone likes using the easy answer though. Some people like to think and so they come up with more complex answers. Ever think of that? You don't have to read everything, unless you're planning on posting. This is a perfect example of people posting before they read the previous posts. There are lot of people who posted the exact same thing. For the people who simply stated their answer, fine, but to those saying the same thing about something else, it was already said. No need to repeat it 50 times.

To anyone else, I'm surprised no one realized you could do the exact same answer as the original,but opposite (yes I know it's contradictive). If you put a hole straight through the earth, you could throw it DOWN and it will still eventually come back without hitting anything. This is, assuming a few things. One - no one is on the other end that will catch it and ruin your fun. lol Two - you have the digging equipment used in the 25 century already, And, three - the ball is invincible and isn't crushed too small for you to catch and wouldn't burn from the intense heat.

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Wow. I just signed up for this site and I'm absolutely amazed at the complicated and intricate solutions to problems that my 5 yr old nephew would figure out. If I handed him a ball and told him to throw it as hard as he could and catch it before it hit anything he would just throw it straight up and wait a second or two. Catch it. Look at me like I'm stupid and tell me to go get my baseball glove, cause playing catch by yourself is no fun at all.

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throw the ball straight up.

the ball will come back down and you can catch it...

not that complicated.

simple actually

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>Or you could have a transforming ball that converts to a flying machine after you throw it, like those little bombs the Green Goblin uses in Spiderman!

Of course!

welll.... it couldn't really happen

STICK TO THE PROGRAM

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Couldn't you just throw the ball straight up in the air and wait for it to come back down.

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You people are scary. What about throwing it straight up? Although...I did like the tornado idea.

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This is a very easy logic puzzle. It only took me a minute to think of the right anwer which is throwing the ball up in the air and nothing else.

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i thought im going to tie a garter onto it so that even if i throw at any direction it will come back 2 me..

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throw it up =)

but guys, seriously, why do you go into technological assumptions, when common sense is so much easier?

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So ya. No one said nothing about throwing it in front of you. You can throw it up! Gravity will bring it down.

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