1. I'm still confused on #3, I'm such a dumb........... Anyone wanna enlighten me?

2. >>I'm still confused on #3, I'm such a dumb........... Anyone wanna enlighten me?

Add it all up on a calculator. You'll see. Your brain is dropping a 0. Why? I dont know. I've seen math tricks simular to that before so I was kind of expecting it.

>>Maybe Clyde has an alternate explanation...
>>LOL.... I would say probably, but probables cannot exist unless science has defined them extensively.

You people give the guy way too hard of a time. I've yet to see him post a scientific response that wasnt correct. He does actually know his stuff.

>>waiting...

Yes yes. Getting to it. I have to work you know. Pay the rent and all that?

Upon [re]finding these questions I realise that they are actually a little different in nature than the ones Betazep posted. I'll drop 'em down anyhow.

The questions are not that
difficult.

1. How do you put a giraffe into
a refrigerator?

The correct answer is: Open the
refrigerator, put in
the giraffe and close
the door. This question tests
whether you tend to do
simple things in an
overly complicated way.

2. How do you put an elephant
into a refrigerator?

refrigerator, put in the
elephant and close the
refrigerator.

refrigerator, take out the
giraffe, put in the
elephant and close the door. This
to think through the

3. The Lion King is hosting an
animal conference. All
the animals
attend except one. Which animal
does not attend?

Elephant is in the
refrigerator.
This tests your memory. OK, even
the first three
questions, correctly, you still
have one more chance

4. There is a river you must
cross. But it is
inhabited by crocodiles.
How do you manage it?

All the Crocodiles
are attending the
Animal Meeting! This tests
whether you learn quickly
According to Andersen Consulting
Worldwide, around 90%
of the professionals
they tested got all questions
wrong. But many
preschoolers got several
Consulting says this
conclusively disproves
the theory that most
professionals have the brains of
a four year old.

3. Originally posted by lightatdawn

>>Maybe Clyde has an alternate explanation...
>>LOL.... I would say probably, but probables cannot exist unless science has defined them extensively.

You people give the guy way too hard of a time. I've yet to see him post a scientific response that wasnt correct. He does actually know his stuff.

He knows his stuff but he's pretty dogmatic about limiting what's possible to only what's currently known and proven. This is a good base, but doesn't do much for speculation or advancement. If it's not proven already, he seems to think it's false.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding him, but I don't think so. His views seem kind of fundamentalist to me. But he seems a smart individual, despite disagreeing with him.
No flame intended

4. Same as Ken, I missed 'em all but the last one.

5. 2: If you overtake the last runner, what position are you
now in?
Depends on how you define overtake. If it was a track event it would be possible to lap the last runner.

6. Nick has a point