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HISTORICAL BAROMETERHI-RISE BUILDINGPREFACE : A Barometer is used to measure the atmospheric pressure, which is more at earth's level and proportionately goes down as the height increases.  Or the pressure is inversely proportional to the height. Hence a Barometer could be used to measure the height, by finding the pressure difference at the top of a building relative to the atmospheric pressure at the Earth level. Pressure at Sea level is 1013 Millibars. Since more than half of the atmosphere's molecules are located below an altitude of 5.5 Km, atmospheric pressure decreases roughly by 50% (to around 500 millibars) within the lowest 5.5 km. Above 5.5 Km, the pressure continues to decrease, but at an increasingly slower rate (to about 1 millibars at 50 Km).
The picture of the Barometer in the above left is of the "Admiral Fitzroy Barometer" first introduced in 1860. The actual length of the barometer was about 3.5 feet. Photo courtesy of "Saunders and Cooke". Now packet size Digital Barometers are in common use.

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During early 1900s, One of the prime question in the Physics degree examination  at the University of Copenhagen (Denmark) was "Describe how to determine the height of a skyscraper with a   barometer ?"
One student answered
  : "You tie a long piece of string to the neck of the barometer, then lower the barometer from the roof of the skyscraper to the ground. The length of the string plus the length of the barometer will equal the height of the building." He provided such logically correct, and Un-disputably supported answers for many such Physics degree examination questions
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These highly original answers,  incensed the examiner and  the student was failed in Physics. The student appealed on the grounds that his answer was un-disputably correct. Also, he argued that the question paper was given only to provide the correct answer, and not any particular answer to suit the likings of any examiner.  In addition, he said "The answer provides an Un-disputed support to the Concept of Measuring Height, irrespective of the meter in question, like Ammeter, Galvanometer, Hodometer, Hygrometer, Lactometer, Odometer, Voltmeter.... name any...".  
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The university decided to appointed an independent arbiter to decide the case. The arbiter judged that the answer was indeed correct, but it does not reflect the basic and  expected familiarity of the student with a degree level physics. It was decided to call the student in, and allow him 10 minutes to provide a verbal answer to the prime question, which could show at least a minimal familiarity with the basic principles of physics.

For 5 minutes the student sat in silence with his forehead creased in thought. The arbiter reminded him that time was running out, to which the student replied that he had several extremely relevant answers, but he couldn't make up his mind which to use. He was served with the traditional Danish Punch Fruitee (See Recipe below), to wet, smoothen and open up his throat, as well as  advised to hurry up. The student then quickly and energetically replied as follows:

  1. Firstly, If the skyscraper has an outside emergency staircase, it would be easier to walk up,  and mark off the height of the skyscraper in barometer lengths, then add them up.

  2. Or if the sun is shining you could measure the height of the barometer, then set it on end and measure the length of its shadow. Then you measure the length of the skyscraper's shadow, and thereafter it is a simple matter of proportional arithmetic to work out the height of the skyscraper.

  3. Or you could take the barometer up to the roof of the skyscraper, drop it over the edge, and measure the time "t" it takes to reach the ground. The height of the H building can then be worked out from the formula H = 1/2(g X t2) . But bad luck is on the barometer. ("g" is the  gravitational acceleration).

  4. But if you wanted to be highly scientific about it, you could tie a short piece of string to the barometer and swing it like a pendulum, first at ground level and then on the roof of the skyscraper. The height L is worked out by the difference in the gravitational restoring force  T = 2 π (L / g)˝ (g is the  gravitational acceleration).

  5. If you merely wanted to be boring and orthodox about it, of course, you could use the barometer to measure the air pressure on the roof of the skyscraper and on the ground, and convert the difference in millibars (unit to measure the pressure) into feet, to give the height of the building.

  6. But since we are constantly being exhorted to exercise independence of mind and apply scientific methods, undoubtedly the best way would be to knock a locked  janitor's door and say to him "If you would like a nice new barometer, I will give you this one,  if you tell me the height of this skyscraper".

  7. It may be a worth while idea to find the museum room of the building. Look for the original Site map or the Engineer's drawings and the Architectural design maps. It will give the exact height, and serve as a sure source for the accurate height of the building. As a gesture and exhibition of your philanthropic attitude, you can  present the Barometer to the museum collection, in return to the information and reference service you got.

  8. The arbitrator inferred that the student has  given the correct answer (5).  Two answers involving formulae acceptable to physical science (3 & 4). Two logically supporting answers (1 & 2). However two answers were considered not acceptable to the area of physical science (6 & 7).

  9. The student was awarded the degree in "Pass Class",  without any consciousness of the student and his possible future potential contributions.

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Do you know who was that student ? A Million $ Question !!
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Niels Bohr, the only person from Denmark to win the Nobel prize for Physics (Even today).
His Atomic model was a huge leap forward, and he received the  Prize for this work in 1922, and he was only 37 at the time !!!

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Niels Bohr was born and educated in Copenhagen, Denmark. (Denmark is a monarchy and a modern democracy with Copenhagen as the capital). He lived, worked, and died there. But his mark on science and history was worldwide. His professional work and personal convictions were part of the larger stories of the century. At the University of Copenhagen, he studied physics and played soccer (though not as well as his brother, who helped the 1908 Danish soccer team win an Olympic silver medal). After receiving his doctorate in 1911, Bohr traveled to England on a study grant and worked under J.J. Thomson, who had discovered the electron 15 years earlier. Bohr began to work on the problem of the atom's structure. Ernest Rutherford had then suggested the atom had a miniature, dense nucleus surrounded by a cloud of nearly weightless electrons. However, There were a few problems with the model. For example, according to classical physics, the electrons orbiting the nucleus should lose energy until they spiral down into the center, collapsing the atom. Bohr proposed adding to the model the new idea of quanta put forth by Max Planck in 1901, as the  electrons existed at set levels of energy, or at fixed distances from the nucleus. If the atom absorbes energy, the electron jumps to a level further from the nucleus; if it is radiated energy, it fell to a level closer to the nucleus. His model was a big leap forward in making theory fit for experimental evidence, that other physicists had found over the years. A few inaccuracies remained to be ironed out by others over the next few years, but his essential idea was proved correct. He received the Nobel Prize in Physics for this work in 1922, and it's what he's most famous for. But he was only 37 at the time, and he didn't stop there. Among other things, he put forth the theory of the nucleus as a liquid drop, and the idea of "complementarity relationship between 2 opposite charges in balance",  and that things may have a dual nature (as the electron is both particle and wave) but we can only experience one aspect at a time. In addition to his major contributions to theoretical physics, Bohr was an excellent administrator. The institute he headed is now named after him, and he helped establish  CERN [Centre for European Research in Nuclear Physics or European Organization for Nuclear Research with Europe's great particle accelerator and research station. The World Wide Web (www) was invented by  Tim Berners-Lee, a scientist at CERN, in1989]. Bohr died at home in 1962, following a stroke.
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This is a Taste oriented Research & Development Drink. Keeping the Danish Tea, Butter and Honey constant, the number and quantum of other juices are flexible by trial taste, to suit the  individual appetite and liking. Any chosen 1 or more fruit juices, from 1 to any number of cups could be added , mixed and served.

  •  INGRADIENTS  (For 10 Cups)
  •  Balck Danish Tea - 2 Cups. 
  •  Danish Butter       - 1 Tea Spoon
  •  Danish Honey       - 1 Table Spoon.
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  •  Banana Juice        - 1 Cup (Filtered).
  •  Ginger Ale            - 1 Cup.
  •  Lemon Juice         - 1 Cup.
  •  Orange Juice        - 1 Cup.
  •  Pine Apple Juice  - 1 Cup.
  •  Tomato Juice       - 1 Cup (Filtered)
  •  Water                   - 2 Cups.
  •  Sugar                    - 1 Cup

PREPARATION (15 Minutes) 

  1. Boil the Water, add the Sugar and dessolve.
  2. In a bowl, pour the prepared Black tea, Sugar water from 1, Ginger ale, Banana, Lemon, Orange, Pine Apple,  and Tomato Juices.
  3. Mix thoroughly.
  4. Take the Danish butter in a Big spoon. Show it on a low flame till it fully melts (Do not over heat or boil). Add this to the mixture in 3, and mix well.
  5. Add the Danish Honey to the mixture in 4. Mix well.
  6. If needed cold,  refrigerate for 15-20 minutes.
  7. Stir the juice and serve in full glasses.

MORAL : Fruit juices with tea can  ferment ideas and open up the mind and throat  for concept support answers, to  un-accountable dimensions. It could also intuitively induct incredible ideas for in-depth research on infinitesimal particles.
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Denmark is made up of the Jutland peninsula, bordering Germany, and nearly 500 islands. The country is blessed with fertile grasslands and a moderate climate, and more than 70% of the country is farmland. Farming is an important profession in Denmark. According to the National Geographic Picture Atlas of Our World, young farmers must earn a farmer’s license before they can purchase land. Denmark is famous for its agricultural exports, including cheese, butter, and ham. Those of you who grew up with someone of Danish heritage in your family or who lived in a community with Danish roots have likely, been fortunate enough to sample Danish baked goods.  
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Archaeological excavations and finds from the stone age show that more than 4,000 years B.C. the first Danes began to burn down forests in order to cultivate land and to keep livestock. The first cattle was probably wild oxen, which were caught and kept in a close. The Vikings kept cows, and medieval frescos show women churning butter. From early on, dairy products formed part of the farmer’s tithes (tax) to his king, church and lord of the manor (large home). During the 16th and 17th centuries the Danes became increasingly skilled in dairy production, eg King Christian IV’s letters show that the court farms were well informed about dairy layouts and equipment. Denmark is the world’s top five dairy exporting nations.
Danish honey is a well-regulated brand for naturally produced and carefully processed soft and aromatic honey. The product is a healthy alternative to a sweetener. The main honeys are multi flora, with some dandelion (herbs), rapeseed (seed of rape plant's) honey, white clover and lime tree honey.  
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Yet another excellent tea gift was given in 1660, when Charles II (referred to as the Merry Christmas Monarch of England) brought a gift of tea to England. When he first married the Portuguese Princess Catherine, they were forced to live in exile in Denmark. At that time in Denmark, tea was already enjoying widespread popularity and both Charles and Catherine were fans. When  the couple was able to return to England,  they brought a chest of tea with them, which was met with thirsty enthusiasm by the British court. This gift provoked the craze for tea in Great Britain.

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