From the article: The art of cake-cutting requires care and skill to ensure no party is left feeling cheated or envious. Now, however, parents and party hosts can approach the task with a little more confidence mathematicians claim to have found the perfect way to cut a cake and keep everyone happy :D
Paul has published a small tips collection titled as – “The easiest way to get rich”
From the article: Judging by their behavior, most people have an obsession with wealth. Politicians promise to create it, most popular magazines are filled with gossip about those who have it, and the average person spends much of their adult life trying to obtain it. We are creatures obsessed with money, partly for what it can buy, but also as a thing of value in itself.
But most people misunderstand money. They don’t really know how to obtain it, or how to hold onto it once they have it.
If you flay frequently, these tips may help you out.
Flying may be the safest form of transport, but many of the three million people who take to the air each day are terrified of crashing. Now more than ever, though, it’s possible to survive a plane crash.
Most people believe that if they’re in a plane crash their time is up. In fact the truth is surprisingly different. In the US alone, between 1983 and 2000, there were 568 plane crashes. Out of the collective 53,487 people onboard, 51,207 survived.
We’d like to point out that we’re aware of the fact that some of the cartoons listed below did not originate in the ’80s. However, they were on during the ’80s, that’s when we watched them, so they’re ’80s cartoons to us. It’s like when we refer to bedwetting as “late ’90s behavior.” Without further adieu…
Scientist thinks invisibility possible in future Ã¢â‚¬Â¦
According to Dr Ulf Leonhardt, a theoretical physicist at St Andrews University in Scotland, Invisibility is an optical illusion that the object or person is not there. Leonhardt uses the example of water circling around a stone. The water flows in, swirls around the stone and then leaves as if nothing was there.
If you replace the water with light then you would not see that there was something present because the light is guided around the person or object. You would see the light coming from the scenery behind as if there was nothing in front,” he said.
Blast rocks commuter train in Mumbai. This is the hard time. More than 130 people have died so far.
This is clearly a terrorist attack on us. As usual government failed to provide emergency services in the city. Mumbai’s local trains are the lifeline of the city and more than 5 million people travel everyday.
May God help all of us in such terrible time.
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