August 29, 2013

New Ideas-1

Have you ever thought in the future when there will be water scarcity, how to get a solution?
Yes, I have thought of some of these things. This is one.When I'll grow up I'll become an automobile engineer and I'll make a tanker with a mechanism which sucks air through a vacuum in pipe and cold water flowing through the edges of the pipes. The moisture in the air will condense and the water droplets will fall in the tanker. This water may be used. This can be solution to water scarcity and a way of earning money.But why future why not now??? I said future because today water is cheaper than the mechanism installed for condensation.
I think youth is the future of the whole world and these ideas are way to achieve success.If any one has any other idea so you may share it with me.  

Laugh Out Loud-2

One day Sherlock Holmes and Dr.Watson went on camping.They put there tent below the stars.In midnight Sherlock Holmes wake Watson up and asked-What can you see above?
Watson-Thousands of stars.
Holmes-What do you interpret from this?
Watson If there are so many stars, they may have there own planets and if there are so many planets than there may be one planet like Earth and if there is some planet like Earth and if there is some planet like Earth life may exist.
Holmes-Idiot!! This means that our tent has been robbed!!!!!

January 1, 2013

Brain Teaser-2

Katie the cook was in a predicament over a pie. The recipe called
for baking it for exactly nine continuous minutes, but all she had in
the way of clocks were two egg-timers. The first one measured a
period of four minutes, and the second one seven minutes. If there
are no graduations on the egg-timers, and sand cannot be removed or
transferred from them, what is the quickest way that Katie can
measure nine minutes with the two timers?













SOLUTION
Put the pie in the oven and start both egg-timers. When the first one
runs out, turn it over. (Elapsed time so far is 4 minutes.) When the
second timer runs out, turn it over, too. When the first one runs out
again (after a total of 8 minutes), the second timer has been running
for one minute since it was re­started, so turn it over again.
When the one minute runs out, the pie is ready.