Are you in a British sitcom? Because I think you just got served.
I'm British, it's a start, what?
And now, some comedy, relevant to the situation:
An owner wins a big prize when his best horse comes in first at the Grand National, and resolves to spend a decent portion of his winnings wisely; he hires a biologist, an engineer and a physicist, and instructs them to return in a month with a plan to secure a win at the next Grand National in a year's time; whoever has the best plan gets hired to implement it.
A month later, his boffins return and pitch their ideas. The biologist starts:
"I've been examining nutrition, and I think I can improve the diet of your horses to give them a 5-10% edge - it should be enough to get the best of them ahead of the pack."
The owner is interested, but 5-10% is not so impressive; the engineer takes a turn:
"I've been looking at aerodynamics, and I think that by re-shaping the saddle and getting the jockey to wear a particular helmet we should be able to cut drag by 10-20%."
Intringuing, but the owner motions for the physicist to pitch:
"I've been working on simulations - I've come up with a model which should allow us to work out exactly what parameter changes we need to make to ensure your horse certainly wins the race."
"Oh? This is magnificent! Please explain!"
"Well, first we assume that the horse is a perfect sphere of unit size, moving through a vacuum..."
Thank you, you've been a wonderful audience.