** March 31, 1889** is the day the Eiffel Tower opened to the public in Paris, France. Google is celebrating the 126th anniversary of the tower's opening with a Google Doodle.

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TopNewestHappy 126th Anniversary of the public opening of the Eiffel Tower!

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A nice doodle .....

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Ya, but google forgot einstein's birthday on 14th march!

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It's bad that Google forgot the birthday of a noble prize winning legend .

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And my inspiration is $\text{Stephen Hawkings}$.

He is a epitome for all physicists in the world .

It shows that despite being disabled , you can be the greatest Physicist of your time !!!

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youbelieve in GOD?Log in to reply

Godbut I believe in theGod particle(Higgs Boson).Log in to reply

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Scientist. And you ???Log in to reply

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$\ddot{\smile}$ image

You got it ........Ha Ha Ha . Happy April fools day .Log in to reply

Happy April Fool's Dayto you too! Well, I saw you have posted very good problems on Brilliant. Can You tell which books do you refer for Maths?Log in to reply

Sadly, but true. don't know why they never did one.

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