What If Santa Has Conseris?

What If Santa Has Conseris?

In 3 days Santa and his reindeer will take off into the night sky to deliver Christmas cheer. While Hermey, Buddy and all of our favorite elves work year round to make sure enough toy trains, baby dolls, and noisy toys our parents all hate, make it under the tree, we sometimes wonder how Old Saint Nick does it all.

There are currently 2 billion children in the world, and Santa visits about 91.8 million homes.

Assuming Santa travels east to west, he is provided a 34 hour day to work his magic. While 10 extra hours may seem advantageous to his efforts, he still visits a mere 822.6 houses per second.

Rudolph's nose may shine bright, but he also flies at 3,000 times the speed of sound for Santa to meet his delivery quota. He is also on a strict training routine to ensure he can carry the 500,000 tons of presents across the night sky.

Upon a rooftop arrival Santa has 1/1000th of a second to park the sleigh, squeeze down the chimney, place presents under the tree, stuff the stockings, munch on some cookies (250 calories of that night's 374 billion), drink a glass of milk (one of 46 million), kiss mommy, squeeze back up the chimney, and take off.

So while this may seem impossible to some, it raises the question, does Santa have Conseris? He could Gather his naughty and nice list, Explore his route, and Share it all with Mrs. Claus. It would effortlessly streamline his toy production, speed up the delivery process, and track his cookie consumption.

While we all want to know Santa’s secrets, it wouldn’t be in the spirit of Christmas if we told you, now would it? So sip your eggnog and sing your carols, but always remember “What if Christmas….doesn't come from a store. What if Christmas...perhaps...means a little bit more!”

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the Conseris Team.

Adapted from The Original Post: Is There A Santa Claus? Written by sirius@wam.umd.edu (The Human Neutrino aka Linda Harden)