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Heard of floating eggs?

Floating Eggs

 

When an egg floats in water,
it is bad and should not be eaten

 

Gases build up inside the shell making it more buoyant as eggs age.
This is the best way to test whether an egg has gone rotten without having to break open the shell,
risking the foul odor escaping.
When an egg is extremely fresh it will lie on its side
at the bottom of a glass of water. As it ages,
the egg will begin to point upwards,
and will finally float completely when it has gone bad.
Fresh eggs have a very firm white,
whilst old eggs have a very watery white.
This is why it is best to use the freshest eggs
possible for poaching and frying.
Older eggs are perfectly good for omelets or scrambling.

 

 

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Egg cooked by mobile phone

An egg
2 Mobiles
65 minutes of connection between mobiles.
We assembled something as per image:
 
 

 

Initiated the call between the two mobiles and
allowed 65 minutes approximately. ..
During the first 15 minutes nothing happened;
25 minutes later the egg started
get
ting hot;
45 minutes later the egg is hot;
65 minutes later the egg is cooked
.  


Conclusion: The immediate radiation of the mobiles has
the potential to modify the proteins of the egg.
Imagine what it can do with the proteins of your
brains when you do long calls.

 

 

Please try to reduce long time calls on mobile phones
and pass this mail to all your friends you

 

 

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The World’s Smallest Countries
1. Vatican City – 0.2 square miles – The world’s smallest state, the Vatican has a population of 770, none of whom are permanent residents. The tiny country which surrounds St. Peter’s Basilica is the spiritual center for the world’s Roman Catholics (over 1 billion strong).
Also known as the Holy See, Vatican City is surrounded by Rome, Italy.

2. Monaco – 0.7 square miles – The tiny state of Monaco lies along the French Riviera on the
 French Mediterranean coast near Nice. An impressive 32,000 people live
in this state known for its Monte Carlo casinos and Princess Grace. It has been
 independent off-and-on since the 13th century.

 

3. Nauru – 8.5 square miles – The 13,000 residents of the Pacific island Nauru rely on diminishing phosphate deposits. The state became independent in 1968 and was formerly known as Pleasant Island.

4. Tuvalu – 9 square miles – Tuvalu is composed of 9 coral atolls along a 360 mile chain in Polynesia. They gained independence in 1978. The former Ellice Islands are home to 12,000.

5. San Marino – 24 square miles – Located on Mt. Titano in north central Italy, San Marino has 29,000 residents. The country claims to be the oldest state in Europe, having been founded in the fourth century.

6. Liechtenstein – 62 square miles – This microstate of 34,000 is located on the Rhine River between Switzerland and Austria in the Alps.



7. Marshall Islands
– 70 square miles – The atolls (including the world’s largest, Kwajalein), reefs, and 34 islands (population 58,000) gained independence in 1986; they were formerly part of the Trust Territory of Pacific Islands (and administered by the United States).



8. Saint Kitts and Nevis
– 104 square miles – This Caribbean country of 39,000 gained independence in 1983. Nevis is the smaller island of the two and is guaranteed the right to secede.

9. Seychelles – 107 square miles – The 81,000 residents of this Indian Ocean island group have been independent of the United Kingdom since 1976.

10. Maldives – 115 square miles – Only 200 of the 2000 Indian Ocean islands which make up this country are occupied by 340,000 residents. The islands gained independence from the U.K. in 1965.

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General Facts

The human heart creates enough pressure when it pumps out to the body to squirt blood 30 feet.

A cockroach will live nine days without its head before it starves to death. (Creepy.)

The flea can jump 350 times its body length. It’s like a human jumping the length of a football field.

The catfish has over 27,000 taste buds.

Butterflies taste with their feet.

The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue.


Right-handed people live, on average, nine years longer than left-handed people.

Elephants are the only animals that cannot jump.


A cat’s urine glows under a black light.


An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain.
Starfish have no brains

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Interesting Facts

The human heart creates enough pressure when it pumps out to the body to squirt blood 30 feet.

A cockroach will live nine days without its head before it starves to death. (Creepy.)

The flea can jump 350 times its body length. It’s like a human jumping the length of a football field.

The catfish has over 27,000 taste buds.

Butterflies taste with their feet.

The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue.


Right-handed people live, on average, nine years longer than left-handed people.


Elephants are the only animals that cannot jump.

A cat’s urine glows under a black light.

An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain.
Starfish have no brains

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