There's a trophy on this page. Can you find it?
9$\begingroup$ Note that the blue ball machine is only half the fun without the sound: csee.umbc.edu/~squire/blueball.htm $\endgroup$– ChristophJul 5, 2018 at 11:22
Of course, this answer is only valid
if you're using the desktop version of the site. On the mobile version and in the Stack Exchange app, there's no such trophy, as @StephenS notes.
6$\begingroup$ Pure evil!. Great find $\endgroup$ Jul 5, 2018 at 12:59
$\begingroup$ LOL. Next is what? :D $\endgroup$– m4n0Jul 5, 2018 at 15:24
$\begingroup$ My bad for disqualifying mobile web users. I'm a frequent mobile user, too. $\endgroup$– iBugJul 6, 2018 at 12:07
$\begingroup$ I'm really glad I didn't spend a ton of time looking for it, since I'm on the app. $\endgroup$– KatJul 6, 2018 at 15:15
In medical practice, hormonal and nerve inputs that maintain an organ or body part are said to have trophic effects. A diminished muscular trophic condition is designated as atrophy. Atrophy is reduction in size of cell, organ or tissue, after attaining its normal mature growth.
You have 4 repeated cells instead of one healthy one!
Source : Wikipedia
$\begingroup$ Smart. Haven't thought about it that way. $\endgroup$ Jul 5, 2018 at 17:18
I found a trophy on the page.
Similar logic to the original. I hope it's not "cheating". I was thinking of uploading an answer with a picture of a trophy but felt it maybe pushes the limits a little bit.
$\begingroup$ In similar fashion, lbh pbhyq unir zragvbarq gur jbeq 'gebcul' va gur dhrfgvba gvgyr (ROT13). $\endgroup$ Jul 6, 2018 at 11:28
$\begingroup$ I had thought of explicitly stating that the English word "trophy" does not count, so my bad for not declaring it. $\endgroup$– iBugJul 13, 2018 at 1:00