• Opinions on humans destroying nature?

    I creating a poem about how the earth is being destroyed and I wanted some outside point of view... Any opinion the the topic will help :)
    I creating a poem about how the earth is being destroyed and I wanted some outside point of view... Any opinion the the topic will help :)
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why can't we remember our past lives? (Except under hypnosis)?

    Best answer: Because when your body dies, so does your brain, and all your past memories.

    Only your spirit or ghost can remember your past life.
    Best answer: Because when your body dies, so does your brain, and all your past memories.

    Only your spirit or ghost can remember your past life.
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why is man so enthused about reaching the outer boundaries of space when he hasn't accomplished reaching the bottom of our own oceans yet?

    Best answer: Wow, interesting question. Now it makes me wonder more about the bottom of our oceans. Maybe they have? Maybe the question is what could they be hiding down there that they found out about?
    Best answer: Wow, interesting question. Now it makes me wonder more about the bottom of our oceans. Maybe they have? Maybe the question is what could they be hiding down there that they found out about?
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • The Nerve of Wikipedia?

    They have these annoying pop-ups asking for money. If they weren't so obviously negatively biased when it comes to things like parapsychology, ESP, psionics, etc., they *might* be worth supporting. But I like an "encyclopedia" to be fair, not distort the facts in one direction or another. Doesn't... show more
    They have these annoying pop-ups asking for money. If they weren't so obviously negatively biased when it comes to things like parapsychology, ESP, psionics, etc., they *might* be worth supporting. But I like an "encyclopedia" to be fair, not distort the facts in one direction or another. Doesn't that become propaganda instead being a reliable source of facts? I can get a billion lies from James Randi for free.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • When will we genetically resurrect the dinosaurs?

    Best answer: Unless scientists can get hold of genuine DNA, never, and that is unlikely after 65 million years, What is much more likely is to make a dinosaur-like creature. Bird embryos begin to develop features from their dinosaur ancestors such as teeth and tail, Evolution has caused these to switch off well before it is... show more
    Best answer: Unless scientists can get hold of genuine DNA, never, and that is unlikely after 65 million years, What is much more likely is to make a dinosaur-like creature. Bird embryos begin to develop features from their dinosaur ancestors such as teeth and tail, Evolution has caused these to switch off well before it is ready to hatch. If they stop that from happened what will be born is something very much like a feathered dinosaur. A more important question might be should they?
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is there any theory (physics, philosophy, music or art) that put CHAOS and ORDER together?

    Best answer: Yeah, there are a lot of these. One place you might want to start is with the pre-Socratic Greek philosophers, especially Empedocles, who had a theory that "neikos" (discord, chaos) and "philotes" (love, order) were engaged with each other in a perpetual cycle in which one would rise and the... show more
    Best answer: Yeah, there are a lot of these. One place you might want to start is with the pre-Socratic Greek philosophers, especially Empedocles, who had a theory that "neikos" (discord, chaos) and "philotes" (love, order) were engaged with each other in a perpetual cycle in which one would rise and the other would fall and would then gradually reverse their positions.

    For a very detailed look at theories like these, look for a forthcoming book (in the next year or two, probably) from Filippo Delluchhese, a historian of political philosophy at Brunel University in England. I don't know what the title of the book will finally be, but it's about the idea of "monstrosity" in ancient Greek and Roman thought, a topic that obviously intersects with issue of "order and chaos" quite a bit.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can a homosexual guy's head be transplanted to a woman's body in the future?

    Best answer: and why would we want that?
    Best answer: and why would we want that?
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • People trying to justify many genders by people are born with an abnormal set of sex chromosomes? But no correspondence is found.?

    Best answer: Liberals dislike anything that can be proven with facts. Their entire world is made up of half-truths, falsehoods, and the notion that if something is believable on the surface then it must be true.
    Best answer: Liberals dislike anything that can be proven with facts. Their entire world is made up of half-truths, falsehoods, and the notion that if something is believable on the surface then it must be true.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is there any way for a DNA test to find my real birthday?

    I'm adopted, and my parents aren't sure when my actual birthday is, they just have kind of an estimate. I know that it should not matter, but it feels weird not knowing my actual birthday. I wouldn't even know where to find it out, because I don't even know which hospital I was born in, or anything... show more
    I'm adopted, and my parents aren't sure when my actual birthday is, they just have kind of an estimate. I know that it should not matter, but it feels weird not knowing my actual birthday. I wouldn't even know where to find it out, because I don't even know which hospital I was born in, or anything about my biological parents. I'm trying to convince my parents to get me a DNA test for the holidays, and I'm wondering if there's any way for those tests to help find my actual birthday.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How can you prove that you are not a lizard dreaming about being a human?

    What if your whole life is just a lizard's real-feeling dream? You have to admit there have been time where you actually believed your dream was reality, so why can't your life be a long, realistic dream? How can you prove i's not possible?
    What if your whole life is just a lizard's real-feeling dream? You have to admit there have been time where you actually believed your dream was reality, so why can't your life be a long, realistic dream? How can you prove i's not possible?
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do people continue to believe the earth is flat despite contradictory evidence?

    Best answer: Believing, or pretending to believe, "facts" that are in opposition to all rational thought is a cheap and easy way to make yourself feel special and smarter than everyone else around you, despite them generally being FAR more successful and life than you. It's easier than actually doing any work to... show more
    Best answer: Believing, or pretending to believe, "facts" that are in opposition to all rational thought is a cheap and easy way to make yourself feel special and smarter than everyone else around you, despite them generally being FAR more successful and life than you. It's easier than actually doing any work to genuinely improve yourself, and is thus attractive to the lazy and stupid.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is 36 middle aged?

    71 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Who is father of home science?

    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why can only the rich access scientific journals ?

    Best answer: Why are you posting this question in the religion category?
    Best answer: Why are you posting this question in the religion category?
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago