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Brain Teasers (11/24)

ENIGMA A

ICE BOATS (MUMMY SOLD SEPARATELY) 

On a hot summer day by a lake, you are determined to build a boat made of ice using a refrigeration unit and a large mold, in which you can pour water. Nearby, you notice an Egyptian mummy resting on a pile of wood pulp. What is the best strategy for building an ice boat that will not melt before you sail it across the lake?

ENIGMA B

MYSTERY MAGIC LIQUID

Gunji, the nutty professor, gathered the class one day for an experiment. Gunji began, “I have in my hands a rock and a piece of wood. I am going to place them in this beaker of mysterious liquid, and you may observe what happens.” Surprisingly, the rock floated and the wood sank! He turned to the class and said, “My question is: What is this mysterious liquid in the beaker?”

Do you know the answer?

ENIGMA E

WEIGHT, HOW IS THAT POSSIBLE?

We all know that if you weigh yourself on the moon, it is less than your weight on Earth. Can you tell me something that actually weighs more on the moon than on Earth?

ENIGMA Θ

WORKER’S LAWSUIT: HELP BAN DRUGGING IN THE WORKPLACE

Mr. Jones filed a lawsuit against the company he worked for. He claimed that the company he worked for was drugging him to make him a better worker. He claimed that the coffee the company provided contained a drug called Trimethylxanthine. Trimethylxanthine is an addictive drug that increases alertness, improves concentration, and gives you a euphoric feeling. It operates using the same mechanisms that amphetamines, cocaine, and heroin use to stimulate the brain only to a lesser degree. When the coffee was tested it was found that it did contain large amounts of Trimethylxanthine. But, Mr. Jones did not win his lawsuit. Why?

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