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what law can do?Views: 145
Aug 12, 2008 6:40 pm re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: what law can do?

Ritu
Thanks Charu, I'm glad that you liked the scenarios ...& your deduction is both smart & funny...I like the humor & the spirit behind it. & it reminded me of 2 of my favorite deductive reasoning jokes, if one can call them that ( I dunno whether I should be posting them here but I'm posting them anyways)

1. A seventh grade Biology teacher arranged a demonstration for his class.He took two earth worms and in front of the class he did the following:
He dropped the first worm into a beaker of water where it dropped to the bottom and wriggled about. He dropped the second worm into a beaker of alchohol and it immediately shriveled up and died. He asked the class if
anyone knew what this demonstration was intended to show them.

A boy in the second row immediately shot his arm up and, when called on said:
"You're showing us that if we drink alcohol, all the worms in our stomach will die......so we should drink alchohol a lot."

2. A scientist performs an experiment. He takes a spider and tears off two of its legs.
"Go," he tells the spider and the spider goes.
The scientist makes a note in his log and tears off another pair of legs.
"Go," says the scientist and the spider goes.
He makes another note in the log and repeats the process until he tears off the last pair of legs.
"Go," the scientist says but the spider doesn't move. The scientist makes the following note in his log:
'Conclusion: A spider with no legs can't hear.'


Hiren, sting is sometimes the king ( but I guess the king is dead, long live the king...today stings have degenerated to very low standards...if Tarun Tejpal was dead he would be turning in his grave);somehow whenever I think of sting only those weird & crap stings done by India TV come to my mind ( remember the one with Shakti Kapoor?? or the Uma Khurana one??)...these stings simply stank. I'd like to be reminded of the real & good ones?? the stings as in how they are really suppossed to be.... honest, ethical & exposing the behind the scenes corruptions.

~In 2007 there was some buzz about enacting law to regulate sting operations. Has anything come out of it?
~Are stings admissible in courts as evidence?
~Is verbally abusing anyone punishable?
~If A abuses B & B hits A back does B escape punishment on the alibi that he hit A only cos he was provoked?

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