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Monday, July 09, 2007

Height of Democracy?

So you thought that electing the wonders of the world was a height of democracy? Wrong.

There are more fantastic ways in which the democratic rights of the breeding multitude be used to establish fundamental facts. The algorithm of democracy mandates a clear answer to all long impending questions. Let me tell you some of them:
  • Vote to ascertain the validity of the Newton's laws of motion
  • P = NP? Vote to find out
  • Are dinosaurs really extinct? Vote to derive the correct answer
  • Vote to determine if God exists
  • Tsunami, is it? Vote to determine if Tsunami is really harmful
  • Is euthanasia cruel? Vote for it
  • Vote to determine where e = m . c^2 (or e = m . c^10000, for that matter). Also vote for the value of c, pi, e, etc
  • Should the value of pi be constant? Vote for it
  • Did Pratibha Patil's company go bankrupt? Vote for it
  • What's the DLF's share value? Vote for it
  • Vote for 2 + 2 = 4
  • Is all this the height of democracy? Vote to find out
Einstein once said, "God does not play dice".
Right. He votes.
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