Mission Possible C

Question: National Rules Clarification (section: 4 / part:  / paragraph: b / sub-paragraph: iv / line: )

Response: 4.b.iv. should read "Add water to a container to raise a standard, unmodified golf ball located in the same container at least 5 cm so that the golf ball rolls out of the top of the container and initiates the next action." (Added "standard, unmodified".)

Question: National FAQ: Do the heartburn tablets have to be whole or can they be crushed/broken into pieces? (section: 4 / part:  / paragraph: b / sub-paragraph: iii / line: 1)

Response: They must be in tablet form per the rules, not be broken or crushed.

Question: National FAQ: For scorable electric actions, is a secondary action for the sole purpose of turning off a running motor considered an illegal parallel task under 3.c.? (section: 3 / part:  / paragraph: c / sub-paragraph:  / line: 1)

Response: No. A secondary "action" for the sole purpose of turning off the electrical circuit in a previous scorable action is allowed. It cannot be connected in any way to any other actions.

Question: National FAQ: Is an unmodified golf ball which is designed to float in water allowed? (section: 4 / part:  / paragraph: b / sub-paragraph: iv / line: 1)

Response: No. The golf ball must be a standard, unmodified golf ball. Floater golf balls are not considered standard. Please see the posted Clarification regarding 4.b.iv.

Question: National FAQ: What constitutes a golf ball for scorable action 4.b.iv.? (section: 4 / part:  / paragraph: b / sub-paragraph: iv / line: 1)

Response: Please see the posted Clarification for Scorable Action 4.b.iv. The golf ball must be a standard, unmodified golf ball.

Question: National FAQ: Would placing weights into a balloon count as gravitational guidance? (section: 4 / part:  / paragraph: b / sub-paragraph: i / line: 1)

Response: Yes, placing weights in a balloon would count as gravitational guidance and would not be allowed.

Question: National FAQ: What defines water? Can the water that is being added to the container have
any additives in it such as salt? (section: 4 / part:  / paragraph: b / sub-paragraph: iv / line: 1)

Response: Water must be without additives.