A Spanish city called Seville is using Oranges to generate Electricity. Yes, you heard it right! The streets of the city are filled with almost 50,000 orange trees. There are so many Oranges in the streets that the city hired 200 workers just to clean the leftover oranges that fall from the trees and get squeezed under cars. Then it attracts bugs and flies, thus posing threat to the health of citizens. Therefore, a company called Emasesa is squeezing electricity from leftover Oranges. After recovering bitter oranges from the streets of the city, methane gas from the fermenting fruit is used to generate electricity.
Then the Electricity is supplied to the water purification facility. Not only this, but Oranges that were not used in this process are turned into compost which is reused in agriculture. All the city’s Oranges can power 73,000 houses for 1 day. If we were to do this in India, which fruit do you think we can use?
Did Nikola Tesla do time travel experiments?
When Tesla died on January 7 in 1943, the FBI first raided his house and banned all the documents he had written and sealed it. It is believed that Nikola Tesla was a mysterious scientist. He knew the whole universe. Scientist Nikola Tesla also revealed some ideas about his time travel. He said in his book that he saw the present past and future together. And he has also done time travel, you can also learn from the book The Potential of Problem of Increasing Human Energy.
He has many books which the government has kept closed even today. The views of another scientist will be found on Google, but you will find very few views of Nikola Tesla. Because each of his ideas has a spark which will be published in the form of a huge explosion in the coming time and it will open a new dimension of science.
The Rich Guest Paradox: Can You Crack It?
There is a little town where everyone is in huge debt with someone, but has no money to pay it back. There is a hotel which is hardly seeing any business anymore. The Hotel will soon shut down. One day a very wealthy American guest shows up and wants to spend a night there. The receptionist asks for a security deposit which the guest can take back in case he doesn’t like the rooms. The guest agrees. By luck, this is the exact amount that the hotel owed to the chef as salary for three months which they hadn’t been able to pay. They gave the cash to the chef.
The chef saw that this was the exact amount of cash he owed the grocer for months of groceries he hadn’t been able to pay for. He paid the grocer. The grocer realized it was the exact amount he owed the doctor for treating his wife’s arthritis, so he paid the doctor. Then the doctor paid the money to the nurse for two months of service he couldn’t pay for. The nurse was new to the town, so she had been staying in the hotel for a few days. She too was poor and couldn’t pay the hotel at that time. The money she received from the doctor was exactly what she owed the hotel, so she paid. Now the hotel had got back the exact amount it had paid the chef. Then the guest has finished his tour of the rooms, and it turns out he doesn’t like it. He takes back his security deposit from the hotel and leaves, never to be seen again.
So everyone’s debt has been paid, but nothing is different from before. No one has earned anything. Therefore, this paradox is basically describing how nothing had changed from the start, but along the way, debts were paid, with no money. Are you smart enough to crack this paradox?