Saiu no De Telegraaf – It was in De Telegraaf


Hoje duas matérias interessantes saíram no De Telegraaf aqui na Holanda. (Today two interesting articles were in De Telegraaf here in The Netherlands.)

1 – Quem veio primeiro, a galinha ou o ovo? A galinha, segundo pesquisa realizada na Universidade de Sheffield na Inglaterra, que provou que o ovo, pelas sua composição, só poderia sair de uma galinha. Obviamente que a pergunta continua: e a galinha veio então daonde? (Who came first, the chicken or the egg? The chicken, according research made at Sheffield University, England, that has proved that the egg, because of its composition, could only come out from a chicken. Obviously the question goes on: and the chicken, where it came from?)

2 – Boca fechada na piscina. Esse pedido veio dos donos de piscinas públicas em Viena. Mas não tem nada a ver com contaminação na água, ou ingestão de bactérias. Tem a ver com o gasto que os clubes têm com a água consumida pelos banhistas. Segundo estatísticas, nas 18 piscinas públicas são engolidos 5.000 litros de água por dia! E isso sem falar em uma tentativa anterior de proibir shorts de banho. A cada vez que banhista sai da piscina leva consigo alguns litros de água. Acho que a melhor maneira seria abrir piscinas para nudistas com esparadrapos na boca! (Keep your mouth shut at the swimming pool. This call came from the public pools owners in Viena. But there is nothing to do with water contamination or bacteria ingestion. It has to do with the amount of water drunk by the public. According to statistics in the 18 public pools an amount of 5.000 liters of water are swallowed per day! And there was also another previous attempt to forbid swimming with shorts. Every time the swimmer gets out of the pool a huge amount of water goes out in the shorts. I do think the best way to avoid all this is to open pools for nudists using tapes in their mouths!)  

 Nanda

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