So lets say there are 4 boys and 4 girls in a class. Each of the boys decide to have a girlfriend. How do we decide who gets who? Before that we’ll assign characters to each of them: Characters Boys #1 Most Handsome #2 Handsome #3 Average #4 Below Average Girls #A Most Beautiful #B … More Game Theory: How to select your Date?
“When a true genius appears in this world, you may know him by this sign, that the dunces are all in confederacy against him.” – Jonathan Swift 1. Galileo Galilei (1564) He advocated Copernican heliocentric model over the geocentric based on his own telescopic observations (astronomical observations of 1609). Extract from his letter: “I hold … More Ten Scientists From The History Who Were Not Believed
The Liebster Award Hey guys! We have been extremely lucky. First we were nominated by The Nexus. Thank you Harvey! Then by Zovel Sanj. Thank you for the tag Sanjay! We wouldn’t be wrong to call them internet educator, they make such wonderful contents about science that fascinates everyone and rather than answering; yields a dozen more … More The Liebster Award
Is there no perfect circle in the universe? by Dhiraj Khanal https://www.quora.com/Is-there-no-perfect-circle-in-the-universe/answer/Dhiraj-Khanal?srid=mSn9&share=2ee96bb1
Famous answer by famous people. Sir Issac Newton: Chicken at rest tend to stay at rest. Chicken at motion tend to cross the road. Charles Darwin: Chicken,over great period of time, have been naturally selected in such a way that-now they’re genetically disposition to cross the road. Albert Einstein: Whether the chicken crossed the road … More Why did the chicken cross the road?