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शनिवार, 26 नवंबर 2011

Of physicists, engineers, and mathematicians

The difference between a physicist, an engineer, and a mathematician?

An engineer walks into a room and sees a fire in the middle and a bucket of water in the corner, he takes the bucket of water and pours it on the fire and puts it out.

If a physicist walks into a room and sees a fire in the middle and a bucket of water in the corner, he takes the bucket of water and pours it eloquently around the fire and lets the fire put itself out.

If a mathematician walks into a room and sees a fire in the middle and a bucket of water in the corner, he convinces himself there is a solution and leaves.

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Why did the chicken cross the road?

Newton: Chickens at rest tend to stay at rest, chickens in motion tend to cross roads. 



Einstein: Whether the chicken crossed the road or the road crossed the chicken depends on relative motion


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Two atoms bump into each other. One says 'I think I lost an electron!' The other asks, 'Are you sure?', to which the first replies, 'I'm positive.' 
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