Two archeologists exploring a remote mountain in Tibet came across a huge giant statue which resembled a sitting man. It stood almost 400-feet tall, and its bodily details were accurate down to the fingernails and teeth.
“It looks real enough to talk,” says one.
“Let’s try,” says the other and turning to the statue asks its name. No answer.
“How old are you?” Again, no answer.
After many questions and no answers, one of the archeologists ask, “What’s the square root of 64?”
Suddenly the mountain shakes as the giant statue rises onto its feet and puts its hand on its chin. Then after about 10 seconds, the statue answers in a roaring voice, “Eight.”
“Of course,” says the scientist, “it only stands to reason!”