Which should you light first?
[2194] Which should you light first? - You have three stoves: a gas stove, a wood stove, and a coal stove, but only one match. Which should you light first? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 253 - The first user who solved this task is Erkain Mahajanian
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Which should you light first?

You have three stoves: a gas stove, a wood stove, and a coal stove, but only one match. Which should you light first?
Correct answers: 253
The first user who solved this task is Erkain Mahajanian.
#brainteasers #riddles
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Never Trust a Street Gang in Heaven

One day St. Peter saw a street gang walking up to the Pearly Gates.
St. Peter ran to God and said, "God, there are some low-life street gang members at the Gates. What do I do?"
God relied, "Just do what you normally do with that type. Redirect them."
St. Peter went back to carry out the order, but he suddenly came running back and yelling, "God, God, they're gone! They're gone!"
"The street gang?"
"No, the Pearly Gates!"

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Ross Granville Harrison

Died 30 Sep 1959 at age 89 (born 13 Jan 1870).American zoologist who developed the first successful animal-tissue cultures and pioneered organ transplantation techniques. In an early experiment, using tissue grafting techniques, he joined parts of embryos from differently coloured frogs to observe the movement of cells during the subsequent development of the embryos produced in this way. In another experiment, he took tissue from an amphibian embryo that would have formed a left limb, inverted and transferred it to the embryo's right side, where it formed a right limb. He discovered the hanging-drop culture method (1907), a new method of studying cells, by which he kept fragments of living tissue alive in suitable media and watch them multiply. Using this technique, he settled a controversy about the embryonic origins of nerve fibres. The hanging-drop method has also been valuable in oncology, genetics, virology and other fields.
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