Student builds 7000 km long bridge for science project, connects India with Australia via road


30 February, 0041: Necessity is the mother of invention. But the necessity of scoring higher marks in science is the grandmother of invention. Students go to any length for higher marks and a student from Dubai had gone the longest length. HE BUILT A 7000 KM LONG BRIDGE OF PURE STEEL AND IRON CONNECTING INDIA TO AUSTRALIA. School Principal Mrs Devilish said that he did the entire project on his own and it took him an astonishingly small time of only 23 hours. Engineers from MITE have tested the bridge and have concluded that it is earthquake, tsunami, meteorite strike and volcano resistant. “It can help improve international relations between countries”, highlighted an Indian national daily. The student has been offered the Look-Asian chair of Mathematics of the Shamebridge University for his mathematical and engineering skills. It is the second most prestigious chair for a mathematician.

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay
Antarctica Daily


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  1. Dharmesh says:

    You have a wonderful way with words Arkadeep! I really enjoy reading these.

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    1. Thank you.😁

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