Lateral Thinking About Food (not what you think)

Lateral Thinking About Food

At our core, there are three essentials we require to stay alive, food (nutrition), water (clean water) and air (breathable air). We can go without breathing for only a few minutes before we die. We can go without water for a week or so then we expire. And we can go without food for about…

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Lateral Thinking Puzzle #9

Lateral Thinking Puzzle #9

Q: The maker does not need it, the buyer does not use it and the user does not know their using it. What is it? CLICK CONTINUE READING ONLY TO SEE THE ANSWER!

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Lateral Thinking Puzzle #8

Lateral Thinking Puzzle #8

Q: How can you stick a pin in a balloon without popping the balloon? CLICK CONTINUE READING ONLY TO SEE THE ANSWER!

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Lateral Thinking Puzzle #7

Lateral Thinking Puzzle #7

Q: A truck attempted to drive under a bridge but the load was too high and the truck got stuck half way through the bridge. Moving it forward was not possible and it would not budge pushing it back. How did they end up freeing the truck? CLICK CONTINUE READING ONLY TO SEE THE ANSWER!

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Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #5

Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #5

Q: Use three identical digits (other than 4) in a simple addition so that the total is 12. CLICK CONTINUE READING ONLY TO SEE THE ANSWER!

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Lateral Thinking Puzzle #5

Lateral Thinking Puzzle #5

Q: In the middle of the night I go to the local police station and destroy hundreds of fingerprints. Yet I have never been charged, why not? CLICK CONTINUE READING ONLY TO SEE THE ANSWER!

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Lateral Thinking About Creation

Lateral Thinking About Creation

Lateral thinking is about exploring common beliefs and facts in order to find innovative ideas that advance the “status quote”. You challenge common beliefs and facts by looking at them from different points of view to see if there is something there you never seen before. This is called lateral thinking, a characteristic that differentiates…

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Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #4

Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #4

Q: A traveler walked around the world, only stopping when he returned to his starting point. Why did his head travel 10.97 meters further than his feet? CLICK CONTINUE READING ONLY TO SEE THE ANSWER!

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Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #3

Q: If an average hen’s egg is 5cm long and weighs 300 grams and an average Peacock’s egg is exactly twice the length and 2.5 times the weight. Which has the greater circumference? CLICK CONTINUE READING ONLY TO SEE THE ANSWER!

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Lateral Thinking Puzzle #6

Lateral Thinking Puzzle #6

Q: A man marries 20 woman in his village but is not charged with polygamy. Why not? CLICK CONTINUE READING ONLY TO SEE THE ANSWER!

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