Abus driver was going down the street.He was on the wrong side.He went at a stop sign and didn’t signal at a turn.He went under the minimum speed and yet he did not get in trouble for his actions.How is this possible?
A peasant has 30 camels. On his way back to the farm, he counts 29. Alarmed, he gets off his camel and counts the camels again. He finds 30. Half an hour later, he counts his camels again and finds 29. Alarmed, he gets off his camel and counts again. He finds 30. Can you explain?
A magician was boasting one day at how long he could hold his breath under water. His record was 6 minutes. A kid that was listening said, “that’s nothing, I can stay under water for 10 minutes using no types of equipment or air pockets!” The magician told the kid if he could do that, he’d give him $10,000. The kid did it and won the money. Can you figure out how?
The kid filled a glass of water and held it over his head for 10 minutes.
There is a dead man hanging from the ceiling in a noose with a puddle of water underneath him. The room is a legendary ‘no way in no way out’ room. The noose is too far in the air to jump into. How did the man hang himself?
He stood on a block of ice and put his head through the noose. When the ice was melting we was being hung.
Before airplanes were invented, a suspension bridge was being planned to span the gorge near Niagara Falls. There was no way a boat could carry the necessary suspension cables across the violent water, and the bridge could not be built until the cables spanned the river. One day the builders staged a contest open to the public that solved their problem. The contest was won by a young boy. Shortly thereafter, the cables spanned the water. What countries did they stage and how did they use it to solve their problem?
The builders of the bridge were inspired to offer a prize to the first person to fly a kite from the American side to the Canadian side. Once the kite string made the crossing, a heavier cord was tied to this string and it was pulled across. This process continued in succession using heavier cords and ropes until the first cable spanned the river.