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For every song that makes it into the pop charts, there are dozens more that flop. Now, scientists POP SONG Dua Lipa "New Rules":

What If the Earth Was Cube Shaped?

The physics of a cubic Earth would be pretty special.

If The World were shapes like a cube, the corners would collapse down as massive earthquakes emerge while the planet transforms from a cube to a sphere, which is the only stable shape under its gravity.

But if we suppose that doesn’t happen, then there are bound to be some strange effects. The further you go to any edge, the more the ground seems to slope as gravity pulls you towards the center of any given face of the cube. All the water would puddle in the centers of the faces, and going to any edge would be like climbing a gradually inclining mountain, with the edges being like mountain ranges.
To get more insight into how this works, I can recommend the following video: 

What If the Sun Dies?

What Will Happen to Earth When the Sun Dies?

Stars are born, they live, and they die. The sun is no different, and when it goes, the Earth goes with it. But our planet won't go quietly into the night.
Rather, when the sun expands into a red giant during the throes of death, it will vaporize the Earth.What do you Think ?

What if The earth was Actually Flat ?

What if The earth was Actually Flat ?

I do see how both views could be true. There are valid arguments on both sides. I have come to the conclusion that we really can’t KNOW anything...
We think we know what we are taught, but then we find evidence that causes us to question it...
And let’s face it, ‘un-learning’ isn’t fun. And maybe, earth is neither a sphere, nor a plane. Maybe it is something else entirely, like a holographic illusion! 

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What if There where other just like us or more ?

What if we are not the first technologically advanced civilisation on Earth?

Could there have been an industrial civilization on Earth millions of years ago? And if so, what evidence of it would we be able to find today?
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What If PRANK !!!

What If Best Tactics For Online Soccer Manager was just a PRANK !!!

Do you Play Online Soccer Manager (OSM)? Why not Downloading This Best Guide For OSM But The Question is : Is it Working ?

What if our customers paid what they wanted for our products or services?

What if our customers paid what they wanted for our products or services?

This is a bit of a new business model that is scary for a number of business people. It has been popularized by content owners. Basically content owners offer their intellectual property and the customer decides what they want to pay. This model is showing up in the creative service industry as a pricing strategy. 

Customers could pay zero but a minimum floor price can be set. Some set the price after usage. This is somewhat like tipping. Some of my business colleagues are using ‘donation pricing’. Under this model customers can leave a one-time donation or donate regularly if they like the product you produce. This business approach is something to watch for as it will be seen more and more in certain industries. Would you survive if your industry turned to this pricing model?

What if you were an inch wide and a mile deep?

What if you were an inch wide and a mile deep?

This has to be one of my favorite questions to ask. Every professional service provider has heard the expression; you need to be an inch wide and a mile deep. I don’t think a lot actually accomplish it. 

Adding what if component allows for interesting thinking and it is tied to the first question. Achieving inch wide mile deep would mean you are really niche in your business. Your services fit a specific market.

What if you simplified our customer value proposition?

What if you simplified our customer value proposition?

This is a challenging what if question. It assumes you are in some way different in the market place. That you stand out from the competition. Over the years I think every business leader struggles with this one. 

What if you could stand out from the competition? What really makes you different? How can we state it so clearly even a child would understand it (ie: Duct Tape Principle)? Why would our customers care to know that information? In what way would it change your communication or business? There are lots of questions to ask.

Use 'What If' Questions to Create Innovation in Your Business


“What if all your customers were blind?” How would you show them your products?

“What if everything you touched turned to chocolate?”

“What if everything you touched turned to chocolate?” 
Several kids always yell out, “Yum!” Then I ask, “What if you accidentally touched your best friend?” Oops! I continue to ask Who, What, When, Where, Why and How questions until they begin to see a story forming.

What If Questions to Ask Your Friends

  • What if everyone forgot everyone they ever knew, including themselves?
  • What if you had to pick one person to be with forever?
  • What if aliens from another Galaxy are just about ready to reveal themselves us?
  • What if we have dreaming & awake backward?

  • What if computers took over the world?
  • What if you could change one thing about the world? What would it be?
  • What if you could spend your life never sleeping? What would you do with the extra hours in each day?
  • What if you could stop time whenever you wanted to?
  • What if you have the power to see the future, what would you like to see?

What if nothing exists and we're all in somebody's dream?

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