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Crossing the road for physicists

Funny story: Crossing the road for physicists

The major cause for the loss of life among young physicists is road traffic accidents. Who knows how far humanity would have advanced if there had been a lollipop lady outside the Massachusetts Institute of Technology? However, with the aid of a few simple rules, a young bold physicist can become a middle-aged physicist by taking heed. All physicists are aware of the Heisenberg Uncertainty prin...

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27 - Mathematics, Amy Winehouse and Crossroads

Funny story: 27 - Mathematics, Amy Winehouse and Crossroads

Twenty seven is a mystical number in several religions, including the religion that is modern mathematics. For a start, it is a perfect cube, three to the power three. Twenty-seven to the power three is 19,683. Add those numbers up (1 + 9 + 6 + 8 + 3), you get twenty-seven. Start counting the digits of pi at zero, and when you reach twenty-seven, there, in the digits of pi, is the number twenty...

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Cyclists complain about new Oxford Circus X-Crossing

Funny story: Cyclists complain about new Oxford Circus X-Crossing

A new type of pedestrian crossing system has been unveiled at Oxford Circus in London today. It works by stopping all road traffic from time-to-time so that pedestrians can all traverse the crossroad junction together, either over one road, or diago...

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Lenny Henry to re-open Crossroads

Funny story: Lenny Henry to re-open Crossroads

Comic relief and funnyman Lenny Henry is to re-open Crossroads. The self-styled 'Birmingham buffoon' is already the face of the 'Anyone Inn' but having caught the B&B bug is now branching out on his own. Crossroads, the 1970s soap opera fam...

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UK "Crossroads" claim

The famous story of Robert Johnson (the guitarist who sold his soul to the devil for the ability to play blues at a crossroads in Rosedale, Mississippi in 1930), now has a British counterpart. It transpires that Tony Osmond, lead guitarist with The Barron Knights, had a similar experience on the junction of the B3192 Exeter Road and Luscombe Hill, near Teignmouth Golf Course, outside Dawlish in...

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