What did he see?
[3434] What did he see? - An explorer goes on an expedition in the jungle. He sets up a camp in the middle of the jungle. The next morning he sees something with a head and a tail, but he is not afraid. What did he see? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 29 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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What did he see?

An explorer goes on an expedition in the jungle. He sets up a camp in the middle of the jungle. The next morning he sees something with a head and a tail, but he is not afraid. What did he see?
Correct answers: 29
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
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Died 27 Apr 1999 at age 72 (born 4 Feb 1927).German-born American physicist known for his formulation of Landauer's principle concerning the energy used during a computer's operation. Whenever the machine is resetting for another computation, bits are flushed from the computer's memory, and in that electronic operation, a certain amount of energy is lost. Thus, when information is erased, there is an inevitable "thermodynamic cost of forgetting," which governs the development of more energy-efficient computers. While engineers dealt with practical limitations of compacting ever more circuitry onto tiny chips, Landauer considered the theoretical limit, that if technology improved indefinitely, how soon will it run into the insuperable barriers set by nature?«
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