Pun Of The Weak: Here’s Looking At Euclid

Higgledy-piggledy Euclid Geometer Pained by the asking of “What is the use Studying the doctrines so Axiomatical?” Answered acutely, “Oh, Don’t be obtuse!” — Anthony Harrington

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Obsolete Geographical Knowledge

“You mean there are two Koreas?” — U.S. Ambassador to Singapore Richard Kneip, when questioned about his opinion during a congressional hearing on the conflict between the North and South Korea. Doctor, a newspaper targeted to general practitioners published once a week, was well received by the doctors due to its excellent content and service. […]

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The Missing Leprechaun Puzzle

At first, there were 15 leprechauns when the three pieces of the puzzle pieces were put together. However, after swapping the two smaller pieces, there are now only 14 leprechauns left. One of the leprechauns has vanished! So, how is this possible?

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The Ten Digits Of The 3-4-5 Pythagorean Triangle

The 3-4-5 Pythagorean triangle is the smallest Pythagorean triangle. It can also be represented by the digits 0 to 9. 1 – The inradius, or . 2 – The indiameter, . 3 – The short leg, .

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