Personal experiences can often be applied to many other situations in life. This of course aplies to the proces involved in falling from a tree. However the process may be varied by confounding factors such as type, time and style of the the tree and the fallee. Having said that, this guide will focus on only types of fallee, an apple and a person.
Probably the most limiting factor is the outcome of the fall is in fact the tree itself. given that height, scalability and propensity for climbing are key factors in the decision to climb, the outcomes of having scaled a 3 foot tall tree as opposed to say a 40 foot tree would indeed be distinctly different.
So to begin, let us first define a tree that would in the eyes (or lack of) for both types of fallee be considered appropriate. Given that one type of fallee is in fact an apple, we can see that for sake of arguement the type of tree would be limited. It is doubtful that apples would indeed be found in say an oak or eucalypt tree, except of course where such was carried by the second type of fallee on the ascent. This being doubtful, then the type of tree would almost certainly be limited in the case of this arguement to being an Apple tree (as apposed to an IBM - indiscript birch or maple).
Apples it has been found, can almot alway be found in apple trees, except of course in the instance where the have already becme the fallee or have been plucked from destiny by another intervening force (often involving a cherry picker). One other form of common intervenion has been defined as the delinquent juvenile.
This intervention also makes up the most common fallee from both cherry and appe trees except of course for apples themselves. usually betwen about 8 and 15 years old, depending on the state of maturity, the latter has been observed to make a habit of ascending aple trees, often in the paddocks of farms, not usually associated with the fallee.
These fallees are easily startled while in the ascent or in the process of liberation (for want of a better term) of the original inhabiting falle of the tree. Famer, tractors loud yells, rcks and even snakes hae been known to cause the fallee to become same.
From the discussion so far it is clear that several fatcors can be clearly defined in the process of becoming a fallee.
Firstly is the hot topic of arival at the location from which the fall originates. Ascention is the most probable cause for the later fallee while conception is apparent for the first. The second point to consider is that of cause. For both the fall can be caused by an intervention, the first falle can also be as part of the life cycle (as opposed to a uni-cycle where only one possible cause exists lol).
Outcomes can be varied and are two many to discuss in this brief interlude. Needless to say, many would be final or at the least damaging.
Ergo - falling from a tree requires and results in - Locating within a tree, an intervention or natural occurrence resulting in a fall and finally an undecided final outcome. All of which should now make the process of falling from a tree as clear as day (or mud) depending on your viewpoint.
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