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Guest Message by DevFuse

Mr. Chan

Member Since 17 Oct 2012
Offline Last Active Oct 18 2012 06:57 AM

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17 October 2012 - 01:07 PM

Please forgive me if I am trying to act smart but it seems there's another possible answer, which doesn't involve the concepts of geography and calculations and gives this puzzle a kind of a new perspective.

Let us assume that this man is standing on a rotating disc. Let's take his start position as A and end position as B. Now it can easily occur that after the man went from A to B, the disc rotated in such a manner that original A and B coincide (the whole idea is that the platform he is running on, is mobile. Ain't it??)

Just a thought. :P Don't kill me on this guys!