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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

All Time Great

Tinku and Mintu were talking..
Tinku: Mintu ,tell me who is all time great in your eyes?
Mintu:Thinking....Uuuuuuuu...
Tinku:You must be thinking of Alexander The Great who conquered whole world and won thousand war.
Mintu:No...not he..
Tinku:then? Nepolean?
Mintu:No...
Tinku:then............
Mintu:I think,all time great is..My Mother who beat my Father every day of year.he...heeeeeee

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Could Horse Do Maths?

Von Osten firmly believed that humanity had greatly underestimated the reasoning skills and intelligence of animals. To test his hypothesis, he took it upon himself to tutor a cat, a horse, and a bear in the ways of mathematics. The cat was indifferent to his efforts, and the bear seemed outright hostile, but the arab stallion named Hans showed some real promise. With further tutelage, Hans the horse learned to use his hoof to tap out numbers written on a blackboard. Much to Von Osten's delight, jotting a "3" on the blackboard would prompt a tap-tap-tap from his pupil, a feat which Hans could repeat for any number under ten.
Encouraged by this success, Von Osten pressed his student further. The scientist drew out some basic arithmetic problems on his chalkboard, and attempted to train the horse in the symbols' meanings. Hans had no problem keeping up with the curriculum, and soon he was providing the correct responses to a variety of math problems including basic square roots and fractions. Hans was proving to be a clever horse indeed.Here Full Text

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Beautifull Quotes

Albert Einstein:
The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.Ralph Waldo Emerson:
Don't waste life in doubts and fears; spend yourself on the work before you, well assured that the right performance of this hour's duties will be the best preparation for the hours and ages that will follow it.Norman Cousins:
Wisdom consists of the anticipation of consequences.Ralph Waldo Emerson:
The progress of religion is steadily to its identity with morals. Strength enters just as much as the moral element prevails.The random quotes change only when I add new quotes to the site. Hitting refresh won't produce new random quotes, sorry.More

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