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#26 2006-06-13 01:26:22

Magister_Magi
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Re: Ninja's Puzzles!

Ninja 101 wrote:

ganesh wrote:
My answer to THE EVIL QUESTION:

Xanthopan morgani praedicta is a moth discovered in 1903 in Madagascar.  In his Origin of Species, Darwin described the orchid
Angreacum Sesquipidales. He noted its white, star-like flowers
were only fragrant at night, and that its nectar was to be found at
the bottom of a foot long spur. To others' incredulity, he went on
to predict that, because of these features, it must be polllinated by
an unknown moth with a tongue of approximately the same length as the spur. Sadly Darwin never saw proof of this theory, but years later such a moth was discovered and named Xanthopan morgani praedicta in his honor.

MEIN GOTT! HE'S A GENIUS!

You can google search it. That's what I did, and you can DEFINATELY find it.
So, technically speaking, it's not quite so evil...hmm

Last edited by Magister_Magi (2006-06-13 01:27:14)


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#27 2006-06-13 05:32:35

Zach
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Re: Ninja's Puzzles!

Most of his questions are from QI. I got the Mr. Chicken one from that.


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#28 2006-06-13 22:01:00

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Re: Ninja's Puzzles!

Magister_Magi wrote:

Ninja 101 wrote:

ganesh wrote:
My answer to THE EVIL QUESTION:

Xanthopan morgani praedicta is a moth discovered in 1903 in Madagascar.  In his Origin of Species, Darwin described the orchid
Angreacum Sesquipidales. He noted its white, star-like flowers
were only fragrant at night, and that its nectar was to be found at
the bottom of a foot long spur. To others' incredulity, he went on
to predict that, because of these features, it must be polllinated by
an unknown moth with a tongue of approximately the same length as the spur. Sadly Darwin never saw proof of this theory, but years later such a moth was discovered and named Xanthopan morgani praedicta in his honor.

MEIN GOTT! HE'S A GENIUS!

You can google search it. That's what I did, and you can DEFINATELY find it.
So, technically speaking, it's not quite so evil...hmm

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That is what I expected


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