• Do scientists stretch their imagination by making hypothesis in science?

    Best answer: Mog, I'm glad to see ur still denying reality/physics.
    Best answer: Mog, I'm glad to see ur still denying reality/physics.
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Lance Armstrong survived testicular cancer that spread to his brain and lungs back in the 90's. Why can't people see the govt is hiding the?

    Cure unless if it's certain people
    Cure unless if it's certain people
    8 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • What have you done for science if any?

    8 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Is there more evidence for supernaturalism than evolutionism?

    Best answer: No. In science, Evolution is so thoroughly proved, there is no doubt about it whatsoever. There is no evidence for the supernatural in science at all. However, .... There are other ways of knowing things. Epistemology teaches us that. However, even though there is evidence for the supernatural using these... show more
    Best answer: No. In science, Evolution is so thoroughly proved, there is no doubt about it whatsoever. There is no evidence for the supernatural in science at all.

    However, ....

    There are other ways of knowing things. Epistemology teaches us that. However, even though there is evidence for the supernatural using these other means, there is still far more evidence for Evolution.
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • When will we invent tiny nuclear reactors to power small devices like tablets?

    My dad was writing a science fiction book a long time ago, and in it, people had tablets that were powered by tiny nuclear reactors. (This was before tablets were invented, by the way.) The nuclear reactors would continue to generate electricity for a very, very long time. The people in the book found these tablets... show more
    My dad was writing a science fiction book a long time ago, and in it, people had tablets that were powered by tiny nuclear reactors. (This was before tablets were invented, by the way.) The nuclear reactors would continue to generate electricity for a very, very long time. The people in the book found these tablets after 6,000 years and they still worked. The amount of nuclear waste was so small that it could be contained in the device. When will scientists invent this? My friend Sam thinks that we would already have this technology if people weren't so afraid of nuclear power.
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Can a room be hot or cold? A friend told me it was hot in a room, but I said it was room temperature. Isn’t that true since, if you are in?

    Best answer: Room temperature is relative to what people are used to more so, so if you are used to it being 75 inside, that will be your room temperature.
    Best answer: Room temperature is relative to what people are used to more so, so if you are used to it being 75 inside, that will be your room temperature.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Is this true concerning the potatoes and the moon?

    Farmers have told me that potatoes roll over in the dirt on a full moon. Farmers tells me weird stories about potatoes and the moon. Wouldn't it be good to study how potatoes react when the moon is full --or out? Wouldn't scientist want to take in consideration about taking a sac of potatoes out when... show more
    Farmers have told me that potatoes roll over in the dirt on a full moon. Farmers tells me weird stories about potatoes and the moon. Wouldn't it be good to study how potatoes react when the moon is full --or out? Wouldn't scientist want to take in consideration about taking a sac of potatoes out when the moon is full, to see what they'd do? Serious question. I heard a lot about the potatoes reaction to the moon?
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Yes or no?

    Simple question
    Simple question
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Living near a transformer?

    Best answer: The fields from the three phase lines mostly cancel each other out, so their combined field is much less than the field from a single line of the same voltage and current. The only strong fields they produce are in between the lines, where the energy is actually being guided along. Almost all of the fields... show more
    Best answer: The fields from the three phase lines
    mostly cancel each other out,
    so their combined field is much less
    than the field from a single line
    of the same voltage and current.
    The only strong fields they produce
    are in between the lines,
    where the energy
    is actually being guided along.

    Almost all of the fields produced by a transformer
    remain inside the transformer.
    Especially if it is a three phase unit
    (connected to three lines)
    again, because of the cancellation effect
    of the three phases.

    An EMF meter,
    that will give you a rough measurement
    at various distances,
    is not a very expensive piece of equipment
    to buy or rent.
    https://www.amazon.com/KKmoon-Electromag...

    I'll bet that your own appliances and wiring
    are producing stronger fields,
    inside your house,
    than these lines and transformers are.
    Pull your main disconnect
    and all that remains
    would be from the outside sources.

    Presently, there is very little evidence
    that line frequency fields
    have specific biological effects.
    It is more of a worry
    that something might, someday, be discovered.

    --
    Regards,

    John Popelish
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • How do you clean a preserved insect?

    Best answer: It depends on how dirty it is and what kind of dirt is on it Surprisingly, you can give your bug a bath. This is effective when you have a lot of small dirt. For example, you might want to remove pollen. Remember that bugs live outdoors and get rained on. They won't melt on contact with water. Just don't... show more
    Best answer: It depends on how dirty it is and what kind of dirt is on it

    Surprisingly, you can give your bug a bath. This is effective when you have a lot of small dirt. For example, you might want to remove pollen. Remember that bugs live outdoors and get rained on. They won't melt on contact with water. Just don't leave them immersed for too long. Use plain water, not soapy water. Most bugs have a waxy coat and the soap will destroy that. Gently agitate the water with the bug in it. When you take the bug out, it will be a little soft, so be careful with it. Take the time to pose it as you want while it is still flexible. You may want to buy some insect pins for this. Practice washing on some bugs that you don't care about like houseflies.

    Some people aren't comfortable with giving their bugs a bath. And to tell the truth, I'm one of them. I don't like to resort to water unless I really have to. Most of the time I work using a stereo microscope with a bright light, tweezers, a paint brush and a porcupine quill. The quill is very effective for picking things (like hairs) apart without doing damage or sticking to other things. When you use the paintbrush, regularly blow the bristles clean using compressed air or canned air. Otherwise you'll transfer some of the dirt back to the bug.

    Mostly it takes patience. You have to work methodically. If you have a hunk of dust or a long hair stuck on the bug, you have to look at and figure out the best way to get at it and remove it without damaging the bug. When you get tired, quit and start again later. Don't force it. It sounds very tedious and sometimes it is, but mostly the bug ends up clean before I run out of patience, so it's not too bad. Depending on the bug, how hairy it is and how much crap got on it before you found it, the cleaning might take 15-20 minutes, on up to a couple of hours. Of course, for presentation quality, you will want to spend more time. Go over the bug quickly to get the worst of it off and then go back for the detail. A stereo microscope with a good light and a quality set of pointy tweezers are a good place to start.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Many scientists say that the age of the Earth is around 6000 years, however there are a minority that say the Earth may even be twice that?

    The latter says that fossils need at least 10000 years to formulate but is this correct? All fossils found have been made of stone, are they sculptures planted by the Illuminati? No! That is too far-fetched, however, are there any modern animals with stone bones? Yes, I hear you say, of course, horses have stone... show more
    The latter says that fossils need at least 10000 years to formulate but is this correct? All fossils found have been made of stone, are they sculptures planted by the Illuminati? No! That is too far-fetched, however, are there any modern animals with stone bones? Yes, I hear you say, of course, horses have stone bones. This is correct and we all know that horses leg bones will only heal is cement or concrete is used immediately after the break (a vet informed me of this at a party). The dinosaurs having stone bones easily explains everything, they died out 4000 years ago simply because their stone bones kept breaking and cement was not yet invented, this is why all the fossils found are broken. Isn't it about time 'normal' paleontologists caught up with Creation palaeontologists and did some reasearch?
    23 answers · 2 months ago
  • Height Increase by Lengthening Spine?

    Best answer: No, that's rubbish. Astronauts already experience a similar effect under extended periods of weightlessness, but their height always reverts to their pre-space heights under the effects of gravity after their return. Hanging upside down a few minutes a day won't get it done. . <this seems reasonable to... show more
    Best answer: No, that's rubbish. Astronauts already experience a similar effect under extended periods of weightlessness, but their height always reverts to their pre-space heights under the effects of gravity after their return. Hanging upside down a few minutes a day won't get it done.
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    <this seems reasonable to me> Those are the famous last words of a mark about to be separated from his money by a con man. Whether or not something seems reasonable has no bearing on whether or not it's true. Some people convince themselves of the absurd claim that they can exist on sunlight alone, and since our bodies require energy, and sunlight is pure energy, it "seems reasonable", doesn't it?
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    You *could* increase your height by severing your femurs and then progressively widening the gap via mechanical means (external fixators), which would require an extended period of bedrest and a huge pile of money, if you can find a physician willing to do such a procedure on an otherwise healthy individual.
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    What you really need, though, is to accept your body as it is, and recognize the fact that every quadriplegic and paraplegic on the planet would happily switch bodies with you in a heartbeat, if they could, as would vast numbers of others. You're not elderly, you're not sick, and you're not crippled or infirm. Count your blessings.
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    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • How do we know that science isn't a hoax?

    Best answer: How do you know that the idea of hoaxes isn't itself a hoax?
    Best answer: How do you know that the idea of hoaxes isn't itself a hoax?
    9 answers · 2 months ago
  • What can cooled lava used for.?

    12 answers · 2 months ago