Wednesday, February 1, 2012

How To Prove 1 = 2

Let us prove that 1 is equals to 2. Is that possible? Can 1 = 2 ? Yes, it's possible theoretically. This is called Mathematical Fallacy. So, what is fallacy? It’s a statement or an argument based on false or invalid inference. In other words, it can be described as certain kind of mistakes in calculation, derivation or proof that are often exhibited, collected, as illustrations of the concept of mathematical fallacy. These maths tricks can sometimes be very interesting and entertaining. In the below equations, we will assume that a = b for our calculation to prove that one is equal to 2.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Ten Best Spy Gadgets

This post is all about the 10 best spy gadgets that have ever been invented. From a gun made out of a tube of lipstick to a poison umbrella, they are all here right out of a James Bond movie.

Lipstick Pistol
“It’s a classic,” Boghardt, the International Spy Museum’s historian, says of this 4.5 millimeter single-shot weapon, presumably taken from a KGB agent in the mid-1960s. While it’s unclear whether this dangerous “kiss of death” was ever used, a cyanide pistol was used for assassination in that era. These covert weapons are surviving examples of the “active measures” that were taken in this time period, unlike many of their intended targets.

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Unusual Luxury Yacht

By panta

A yacht is a high end recreational boat. The term designates two rather different classes of watercraft, sailing and power boats. Yachts are different from working ships mainly by their leisure purpose, and it was not until the rise of the steamboat and other types of powerboat that sailing vessels in general came to be perceived as luxury, or recreational vessels. Later the term came to encompass motor boats for primarily private pleasure purposes as well.

Sony's Biggest Misses

The PlayStation Vita won't hit store shelves for another month, but some critics are already declaring it a disaster, based on early sales returns. That's quite premature - not to mention a bit fatalistic - but you don't get to become a multi-billion dollar, multinational company without making a few mistakes. For every Walkman and Playstation 2 there exists a handful of other Sony ideas that didn't ring true with consumers. Some were critical flops. Some had disappointing sales. Some weren't even physical products. But, in the end, all of them fell short in one way or another. Here's hoping the Vita avoids the fate of these Sony misfires.

Some Facts That Are Fun To Know

Some facts are not important, but they are amazing dan fun to know, and others just make us wonder...

Cranky Croc Steals Aussie Zoo Worker's Lawn Mower

SYDNEY (AP) — A giant saltwater crocodile named Elvis with an apparent affinity for household machinery charged at an Australian reptile park worker Wednesday before stealing his lawn mower.

Tim Faulkner , operations manager at the Australian Reptile Park, north of Sydney, was one of three workers tending to the lawn in Elvis' enclosure when he heard reptile keeper Billy Collett yelp. Faulkner looked up to see the 16-foot (5-meter), 1,100-pound (500-kilogram) crocodile lunging out of its lagoon at Collett, who warded the creature off with his mower. "Before we knew it, the croc had the mower above his head,"

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