What can climb mountains, cr...
[4741] What can climb mountains, cr... - What can climb mountains, cross streams, handle hundreds of feet each day, yet never moves? What is it? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 19 - The first user who solved this task is Fazil Hashim
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What can climb mountains, cr...

What can climb mountains, cross streams, handle hundreds of feet each day, yet never moves? What is it?
Correct answers: 19
The first user who solved this task is Fazil Hashim.
#brainteasers #riddles
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Discharge

A young lady walks into a doctors office. "Doctor I'm suffering from a terrible discharge."

The doctor lays her down, lifts up her dress and has a good probe around and asks her, "How does that feel?"

The young lady replies, "Oooh doctor, that feels lovely... but the discharge is from my ear!"

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William Henry Pickering

Died 16 Jan 1938 at age 79 (born 15 Feb 1858).American astronomer who discovered Phoebe, the ninth moon of Saturn (1899). This was the first planetary satellite with retrograde motion to be detected, i.e., with orbital motion directed in an opposite sense to that of the planets. He set up a number of observing stations for Harvard. He made extensive observations of Mars and claimed, like Lowell, that he saw signs of life on the planet by observing what he took to be oases in 1892. He went further than Lowell however when in 1903 he claimed to observe signs of life on the Moon. By comparing descriptions of the Moon from Giovanni Riccioli's 1651 chart onward, he thought he had detected changes that could have been due to the growth and decay of vegetation.[Image: Voyager Image of Phoebe.][DSB gives date of death 16 Jan 1938. EB gives 17 Jan 1938.]
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