Engineering Gone Mistaken? Anand Mahindra Turns Quizmaster for Twitter, Netizens Left Baffled

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Business tycoon Anand Mahindra is famous for sharing and promoting brilliant ideas he meets on Twitter. He often supports them and sometimes even rewards them. He recently shared a picture that is the opposite of a smart idea. Mahindra posted two pictures, one of a roof top solar panel and one of a drain hole, and asked people to guess what the two had in common.

“A friend sent me this (picture) to the left of a solar panel on a roof. What do you think has to do with the (picture) on the right that I tweeted a while ago? Mahindra wrote in the Twitter post.

A friend sent me this picture to the left of a solar panel on a roof. What do you think it has to do with the picture on the right that I tweeted a while back? pic.twitter.com/A2kXmzzbQk

– anand mahindra (andanandmahindra) October 16, 2020

It doesn’t take a genius to figure out what was wrong in the pictures. As a result, there have been many responses from internet users, some of which brought up the question directly and some of which were just funny. Swiss Post received over 15,000 likes.

First things first is the correct answer. “The solar panels are covered with a roof, making them unusable. And the sink is at a level (above the surface) so that the water cannot go in. Both of these are basically useless, ”replied one user, Manas Pawar.

The solar panels are covered with a roof … making them unusable. And the sink is at a level so that the water cannot go in. Both are basically of no use.

– Manas Pawar (@ ManasPawar10) October 16, 2020

Here is another explanation from another user: “Both arrangements do not serve the intended purpose. Solar modules do not generate electricity and the drainage cannot drain off. “

Both agreements do not serve the intended purpose. Solar modules do not generate electricity and the drainage cannot be emptied

– Nitin Aggarwal (@ MODIfiedIn2014) October 16, 2020

“Same engineer!” commented one user.

“What they have in common is that there is no such thing as common sense!” another user wrote.

What they have in common is that there is no such thing as common sense!

– Dr. Bikash Mohanty (@bindass_bicky) October 16, 2020

One user blamed online classes for the errors. “When you become an engineer through online courses,” he wrote.

When you become an engineer through online courses.

– Rishabh Kushwaha️ (@ Rishabh_K21) October 16, 2020

Left: Solar water heater with temperature control mechanism at the source for extremely hot places. Right: Shallow swimming pool with overflow drainage scheme.

– AK Jha (@ AKJ2K15) October 16, 2020

However, there was one user who tried to refute the general theory. According to him, both arrangements are fine. “Left: Solar water heater with temperature control mechanism at the source for extremely hot places. Right: Shallow swimming pool with overflow drainage, ”he wrote. These are strong arguments indeed. The user was appreciated by another who replied, “Cover-up Engineer of the Year award for (you)”

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